Bandana Styles to Sweat into July 4th, 2012
Happy Independence Day, rep your sweat (not your set) with these six bandanas.
One of the first fashionable and extremely useful accessories to make its mark on American soil was the bandana. Always making a statement, the bandana when worn speaks without words telling people about your personal style, image, and culture. With that said, this week I’m taking a patriotic spin on our nation’s color palette and featuring some of the best well executed red, white, and blue bandanas on the market today.
The Hill Side – Guatemalan Hand Woven Guatemalan Hand Woven Bandana (Blue Ikat Stripe)
Tracy’s Take: The Hill Side offers a hand woven Blue Ikat Stripe pattern that speaks to the melting pot of past and new generations of Americans.
Price Tag: $46
Tracy’s Take: Alexander McQueen’s skull pattern pays true homage to the pirates that brought this kerchief to the States.
Price Tag: £92.50
RRL – Mermaid Bandana
Tracy’s Take: RRL keeps it nautical playing up the vintage tales of the sea.
Price Tag: $45
Tracy’s Take: Brooklyn bases Box and Flea’s bandana are handmade with the philosophy that with age, this accessory only gets better.
Price Tag: $36
RRL – Ticking Buckaroo Scarf
Tracy’s Take: RRL ticking bandana is clean and classic.
Price Tag: $65
H.W. Carter and Sons
Tracy’s Take: H.W. Carter and Sons, red Watch the Wear pays tribute to the men and women that this nation’s backs are built on. Hat’s off to them!
Price Tag: $23