And that means absolutely nothing, I'm just used to having an alliterative blog topic for the day of the week lol. BUT today I have something even more exciting!!
Over the past few months, I have been quietly working to bring to life a small idea that came to mind a while back... but I ignored it. Until I realized that it was not only a pretty decent idea, but a fairly doable one as well- my own line of headwraps!
I have been wearing headwraps for as long as I can remember! Long before headwraps were as cool as they are now, I can tell you that much lol.
Now that I think about it... it's been about 15 years! First using t-shirts, sheets, and random fabric I would come across at home, then moving on to colorful scarves, and eventually I made my way back to beautifully printed fabrics :)
The #dfinneyheadwraps hashtag on instagram has, until now, been a place where I would share different headwrap styles I wear personally and photograph on others, but now? It is an exclusive line of headwraps!
I'm excited to introduce to you, the first official DFinney Headwraps!
How exciting, right?!!
Check out the full collection here: www.dfinneyheadwraps.co
Inspired by the changing seasons, the September Collection combines the best of Summer and Autumn- bright colors and rich tones- with a good neutral thrown in there for good measure.
September is a month of transition and renewal. The seasons change, it's my birth month, AND my business anniversary month! So it was only fitting that this collection be named after a month that holds so much significance to me ❤
Each headwrap is named after some of my favorite songs! Which happen to make a pretty smooth playlist- featuring Erykah Badu, Haitus Kaiyote, Quadron, Robert Glasper, Chet Baker, and Stevie Wonder.
Will this be a regular thing? Not quite. This *may* be a seasonal thing, or it may be a once in a while thing... we shall see :)
What I CAN guarantee is that each collection will be carefully curated with VERY limited quantities. Which, once sold out, will not be restocked. My goal is to select prints and patterns that you can't easily find elsewhere, to make your #dfinneyheadwraps both exclusive and unique.
I will add tutorials in the coming weeks, but as I tell everyone who asks, wrapping is different every time you do it and the only way to get good at it, is to practice :)
Wearing headwraps are a great way, not only to cover a bad hair day, but to accessorize an outfit, and add an extra "something" to your look! So I hope you enjoy the September Collection headwraps AND playlist!