It’s true, fur headbands aren’t just for snow bunnies, or show bunnies for that matter. What’s that? You don’t think show bunnies are a thing? Well neither did I until I typo-ed ‘snow’ bunny. And for all you snow bunny lovers out there, show bunnies give them a run for their money. But onto a more serious subject matter, like how to find the perfect fur headband!! Be sure the fur headband doesn’t match your current hair colour… I tried on a dark brown version of the white version I’m featuring today, and I looked like an inverted furry cone head, NOT a good look.
And now the rest of the outfit, to avoid looking like a snow bunny (which to be honest isn’t that difficult), don’t pair your fur headband with a metallic bikini and stilettos. Come on sluts it’s cold outside, give your heads a shake! Be sure to pair your fur headband with something other than fur, or you will look like a wild animal. Mix in some different textures and maybe one other pattern, two if the other is subtle. I opted for leather pants (so practical in winter I know), a thick fleece like plaid coat and some sneaky woolen socks to cover my cankles. You could do a black and white polka dot sock or stripped sock, but I wouldn’t do anything more outrageous than that. Keep it simple with neutral shoes, bag and mittens to top off your outfit.
Fur headbands are literally massive, it’s like your head is Saturn and the headband is your ring, it is another Galaxy attached to your noggin!! So if you have issues with the size of your head already, this might not be the look for you. And be aware of the new real estate your head/headband combo takes up, avoid walking though small door ways, ducking under fences in a attempted get-away and dodgeball. Because you’ll lose, at all of those things.