Us Boston girls are just so fashionable!
I love when I come across up and coming fashion ventures on the cusp of exploding -- and this one I just couldn't help but share with y'all. Fashionable yet functional headbands from Vayda Girl!
Meet Jessica Cooper -- she's a Umass girl and current North End resident who (along with a friend) is making headbands in funky fresh colors and patterns as fast as she can! They have two sewing machines set up in their little apartment - and are sewing to accommodate all the new orders they are getting!
Vayda Girl is for the modern woman who loves a good vintage throwback. And to be honest, its a way to chic-ly hide hair either down or pulled back that may be in need of a wash and style. This is a great way to look good without having to put in a ton of effort.
I was lucky enough to try some styles last week and I love them! At first I was a little nervous about how I looked, but I kept getting so many compliments on my headbands that I have been wearing them constantly. One I rock for yoga and one is my go to for just an everyday look! I feel like a modern day gypsy woman, but I have fun with it!
And I'm not the only one!
Check them out online (www.vaydagirl.com) or purchase their products at these locally owned stores:
- Tropical Gangsters, clothing and accessories boutique (375 Thames St. Newport, RI)
- David-Max, home goods and artist boutique (187 Main St. East Greenwich, RI)
- Salon X, hair salon (3087 Post Rd. Warwick, RI)
- Glistening Goddess, spray tan and consignment shop (65 Weybosset St. Providence, RI & 622 Killingly St. Johnston, RI) *COMING JULY 28th, 2014!
- North End Yoga, yoga studio offering apparel (256 Hanover St, Boston, MA)
- Savas Studios, clothing and accessories boutique (456 Hanover St. Boston, MA)
- & various festivals, craft shows, and farmers markets by season
Happy Shopping! And to see the latest styles follow Vayda Girl on InstaG for all the latest styles! @VaydaGirlHeadbands #rockingmyvaydas