Fresh prints for Summer!

by Lee Franklin June 07, 2017

We have found some lovely pretty new prints for our bandanas this summer! We think they make he perfect summer hair accessory!

Cute Hummingbirds in subtle shades of sage green and dusty pink ... very feminine and reminiscent of mid century dress fabric, the perfect head scarves for your summer outfit:

Humming birds bandanas in sage green, new prints for summer hair!

New hummingbirds bandanas in dusty pink

And for those who prefer some more classic Rockabilly, we've also got Black & White Bows ... monochrome, to suit so many outfits!

Black and White Bows Rockabilly Bandanas by Inkabilly, new for summer

We have a wide selection of bandanas in our store, all handmade to 1950's original dimensions of 54cm x 54cm (21.25" x 21.25") A true square, which makes them super versatile and suitable for all retro styling with an authentic vintage look.

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