Forget dainty necklaces and predictable earrings – let’s get real about head-turning accessories. Today, we dive into the captivating world of hair chain jewelry, a trend weaving from ancient roots to modern catwalks.
These aren’t your childhood barrettes, folks. Hair chains are bold, bohemian statements, gracing the scalps of fashion icons and everyday goddesses. Whether you’re drawn to the mystical allure of Cleopatra’s golden crowns or the fierce vibes of Rihanna’s jeweled headpieces, there’s a hair chain out there waiting to unleash your inner fashion warrior.
Vanessa Hudgens’s chic hair chain jewelry adds a touch of bohemian glamour to her ensemble (Credit: FayesVision / WENN / Haute Betts Jewelry / Judy Eddy)
Vanessa Hudgens elegantly accents her ensemble with a Haute Betts Madam Headpiece, bringing a touch of bohemian sophistication to her look at the ‘Sucker Punch’ event in Las Vegas (Credit: FayesVision / WENN / Haute Betts Jewelry / Judy Eddy)
Vanessa Hudgens arrived at the ‘Sucker Punch’ event in Las Vegas on March 26, 2011, stylishly clad in a Blu Moon snake print dress and Goddess jacket, accessorized with Yves Saint Laurent black suede pumps, Haute Betts headpiece, Chanel St. Tropez flap bag, and a Love Heals mountain necklace (Credit: FayesVision / WENN / Haute Betts Jewelry / Judy Eddy)
Celebrities like Nicole Richie and Vanessa Hudgens have worn these chic, boho-inspired glam headpieces. Nicole seems so in love with them that she has designed and produced her styles for her jewelry business, House of Harlow 1960.
Vanessa has also teamed up with Haute Betts to introduce a jewelry line named after her, which includes such head chains!
Nicole Richie showcases a stunning hair chain piece, a testament to her flair for boho-chic style (Credit: FayesVision / WENN / Haute Betts Jewelry / Judy Eddy)
Nicole Richie wearing one of her self-designed headpieces from her jewelry line House of Harlow 1960 at the Kitson Melrose store in West Hollywood on March 7, 2009 (Credit: FayesVision / WENN / Haute Betts Jewelry / Judy Eddy)
At a promotional event for her jewelry line at Kitson on March 7, 2009, Nicole Richie accentuated her look with the House of Harlow 1960 brass seven-strand coin headpiece, embodying a unique blend of elegance and bohemian style (Credit: FayesVision / WENN / Haute Betts Jewelry / Judy Eddy)
I especially loved Nicole’s brass seven-strand coin headpiece. It’s simple enough and not too “fashion-fierce” for average fashionistas. It screams “boho chic” without looking too overwhelming! How about you? Which style do you love best?
Now, some of you might think that headpieces are a little too edgy for your taste, but let me tell you, there are many styles and designs of hair chain jewelry, even for those who might be a little hesitant to don one. You can start with a simple hair chain design, unlike the Chanel collection. (They, too, are a little bit too edgy and fashion-forward for my taste!)
Looking through tons of hair chain jewelry online, I’ve picked out my top 4 picks that you ladies will love! Let’s stray away from our everyday jewelry (necklace, earrings, bracelets, and rings) for today and try something new:
Jacquie Aiche Vintage Chain Dome Head Piece, $231
Belle Noel Molten Gold Hair Chain, $75
Jacquie Aiche Moonstone Rondelles Dome Headpiece, $561
House of Harlow 1960 Coin Headpiece, $165