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Score Adorable Baby Headbands for Your Little Girl at These 11 Online Stores
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  • When I learned that we were having a girl almost three years ago, I immediately imagined how my baby would look like in a big and colorful turban. I hoarded baby headbands when she was born. She wore a different piece each time we would go out and even while we were chilling at home. I don't remember how many photos I've taken because I find her so cute!

    Baby headbands for your daughter

    Years later, the styles of baby headbands have evolved — cuter, more chic, and more accessible. Want one for your little girl? Here are 11 trusted online stores — all of them are mompreneurs! — for your baby’s next headpiece.

    1. Lucas and Lucia

    Headbands start at Php50 depending on the design

    The store started as a hobby for owner Kristine Marasigan, a project she could do at home after quitting the corporate world to care for her two kids, Lucas and Lucia. She started selling the handmade headpieces to her mommy friends and the rest is history. Check her shop for bows, turbans, and flower crowns!

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    2. AdornMNL

    Headbands start at Php180

    Adorn started because its owner, Patricia, was looking for more ways to accessorize and dress her daughter up. She also wanted products that would cater to both tots and their moms. If you want to go twinning with your babies, this online store is perfect for you!

    3. FayeryTrinkets

    Headbands start at Php 30 for nylon bands (depends on design)

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    The store, run by Nicole Macasaet, who recently welcomed her second baby girl, specializes in pillow bows and made-to-order headpieces, but now stocks up on ready-made baby headbands and turbans so customers won’t have to wait long to make a purchase.

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    4. Zuri Baby Couture

    Headbands start at Php50 for wholesale and Php150 retail depending on the design

    Mompreneur Hershey Morgan, who put up this apparel brand in 2013 and popular for its wearable art, was looking for hypoallergenic headbands for her baby but failed to find the perfect fit. That’s when she decided to do it herself.

    5. Mpluskequalsa

    Headband prices range from Php60 to Php120 depending on the design


    The owner, Myra Michelle of M + K = A was inspired by her daughter, A, in putting up this business 6 years ago. Products are mostly made to order at a very affordable price.

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    6. RainbowsandFleurs

    Headbands start at Php150

    Kath Amores had started this business way back 2012 when she decided to become a stay-at-home mom (her daughter was the model). She now caters to a wide range of headband needs from parties to everyday wear.

    7. Isabels0912

    Headbands start at Php50


    Carmina Malabanan started sewing baby stuff like ‘bibdanas” and turbans when she was pregnant with her eldest. At first, it was just a hobby but her partner pushed her to sell her creations. Best decision, ever!

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    8. Biscuitskids

    Headbands start at Php120

    After giving birth to her daughter in 2013, Andie Bordallo was inspired to create accessories for her baby that was more subtle yet modern than the ones that are currently sold in the malls. Each design is inspired by vintage bows and classic fabrics and handcrafted and produced in limited quantity.

    9. Little Leuvy

    Headbands’ price ranges from Php120 – Php180


    The mom behind this enterprise, Natalie Hao, has been selling authentic handmade accessories from Davao for six years now. She had been inpsired to put up the business by her daughter and the lack of options for headpieces back then.

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    10. Love Little Louis

    Headband prices range from Php20 to Php250

    The mom behind this online business, Jo, started it in 2017 (Louis is her daughter's name). She decided to sell headpieces because she felt really happy buying accessories for her daughter online.

    11. TinyStitchesPH

    Hair accessories price ranges from Ph50 to Php150


    The ‘mom-nurspreneur’ behind this, Caselyn Cervantes, is a big fan of ruffles, ribbons, and laces. So when she had a daughter, she would dress her up, and it inspired Caselyn to design bows and dresses.

    Din Real Bautista is a proud full-time homemaker. Most of the time, she’s busy raising a kind-hearted and strong human being named Monica together with the most amazing husband, Beejay. And the rest of her time, she’s making sure her life is better outside social media.

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