5 Celeb-Inspired Ways To Style Hair Clips This Season


From combat boots to cardigans, '90s-inspired trends are still very much having a moment. The beloved style era has serious staying power in fashion and beauty alike, and one particularly playful trend has picked up major steam. From bobby pins to snap clips, hair adornments are a lighthearted addition to so many looks, so it's no surprise they're a favorite among It girls right now. If you've been struggling to style hair clips the 2019 way, look no further than your favorite celebrities' Instagram feeds.

Unlike butterfly clips of the '90s, the market is full of updated options that feel understated and now. Ahead, The Zoe Report breaks down the best way to wear the nostalgic trend with ease, with the likes of Olivia Culpo and Alexa Chung as the ultimate inspiration.

Pearly Pins

Even though Alex Chung knows how to nail a grungy vibe, she's a master at pulling off ultra-femme looks in the most effortless way. Offsetting this patent leather jacket from her namesake brand, the model reached for a set of pearl barrettes to add a romantic touch. From hoop earrings to modern cuffs, pearls are back in a major way, so give the vintage trend a whirl with a chic clip.

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Snap Clips

When flyaways have you down, opt for a simple snap clip. Victoria's Secret model Elsa Hosk took to Instagram to demonstrate the chic accessory, proving the approachable style can spruce up a basic look in a snap (literally).

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Setting Clips

Leave it to Rowan Blanchard to make her mid-styling look a total vibe. The 17-year-old tastemaker posted this stunning selfie to Instagram, showcasing two colorful rubber clips paired with a bold red lip. Try a similar pair to nail the same retro feel.

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Bold & Bejeweled

Since Ashley Williams launched her bedazzled bobby pins spelling words like anxiety, paradise, and justice, It girls everywhere have been rocking glitzy barrettes that truly do speak for themselves. Hairstylist Justine Marjan recently teamed up with Kitsch to create her own take on the trend, and several celebrities have already given them their stamp of approval.

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Bobby Pins

If you keep your hair accessories on the minimalist side, try out a basic bobby pin rather than a barrette. Whether you go for rhinestones or a standard silver style, they look so cool lining a sleek low pony, as seen on Lala Anthony. Bedazzle your next updo with the celestial options below for a soft antique touch.

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