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Hello all! So with fall coming and the weather cozying up, adding head accessories to your everyday look is a must! They add the perfect touch and there is just so much you can do with them! I was absolutely thrilled to be working with I Wear The Headress because of all the darling head accessories they have to offer! I decided to do a post where I style 3 different head accessories 3 different ways! I hope you guys enjoy! And don't forget to take a look at her amazing shop! They really are such high quality headbands and accessories and have the sweetest detail!

Style 1 // [purchase here] For this look I just curled my hair really loose and messy and then threw it in 2 low pig tails. Cute, simple and understated. I love this turban styled wrap because it can be worn so many ways! 

Style 2 // [purchase here] For this look I slid the headband over my head to sit just a few inches above my eye brows and then I pulled my hair back in a super loose pony tail. I left some front pieces out to keep it looking messy. I loosened the pony tail and then split a hole in the pony tail and flipped all my hair towards the nape of my neck to create a twist! I saw this hair style on Free People for there 'fall hair looks' and I have been in love with it ever since!

Style 3 // [purchase here] For this look I put my hair in a loose messy bun and rolled the sides into each other. I put the headband on the top of my forehead and it created this effortless chic look! Perfect for fall before all the flowers are gone forever! haha

Photography // Roxana B. Photography 

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Alexis Kaiser

Alexis Kaiser

Hi! I'm Alexis Kaiser. Welcome to Alternative indigo! I'm 24 years old and married my best friend Adam Kaiser in 2014. Alternative indigo started with simple outfit posts on my personal Instagram and turned into my Fashion and Lifestyle journal! We live in Provo, Utah and just bought our first home together! Glamour kills ☾ Stay weird ✰

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