A couple of months ago, I learned about the St. Petersburg-based brand Infinity Headbands by Ambrosia Designs from my friend and fellow blogger, Mary, from What Sundays Are For. I'm very excited to share Infinity Headbands with you because I love supporting our local businesses, especially when they're passionate about what they do and give back to their community.
Infinity Headbands believes in providing females of all ages with functional, beautiful solutions to the typical hair accessory. These headbands can be worn not only as elastic pieces, but also as a traditional U-shaped headband, due to the soft velcro strap alongside the bottom of the band that can be attached to an Infinity Headband Base. Until now, I was never much of a headband user - hard, U-shaped headbands dig into the sides of my head, while elastic headbands either slip off or make me feel like my head is lodged between a vise. What I love most about Infinity Headbands is that the elastic is adjustable, like a bra strap, and doesn't ever make my head hurt the way a traditional headband would. On top of that, Infinity Headbands gives a portion of its sales to girls in the foster system who are in need.
In anticipation for my birthday weekend, I chose to rock the Savannah Headband, a gorgeous hand-beaded band with crystals forming a floral motif. It was my tiara for the weekend - because what girl doesn't enjoy a sparkly way to celebrate herself?
We're beginning to see fall weather here in Florida (seriously, guys, it's coming), and bohemian style is popping up all through my Instagram feed and on the streets of Tampa. Infinity Headbands has multiple styles to help you complete your boho chic look, including those full-bodied reds I've been seeing everywhere! Be sure to follow along with me on Facebook and Instagram to see the other ways I'll be styling my Infinity Headband.
You can receive 20% off your purchase from the Infinity Headbands website by using the code JENN at checkout! For more information on and real-time updates from Infinity Headbands, be sure to check them out on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
*Disclosure: The product featured in this post was provided by Ambrosia Designs for feature/review. Opinions expressed here are my own and are not indicative of the opinions or positions of Ambrosia Designs.