View Full Version : Where can I find small hair bows?
07-31-2004, 01:30 AM
I see all these cute little girls with hair bows in their hair. I want to buy some for dd to wear for her pictures next week. I've found them online, but I'm guessing I can find a B&M store that carries them also. To save myself time, I thought I'd come here and ask if anyone knew of a B&M store where I could buy them so I won't have to order online.
I'm looking for something like what I have pictured below - the small ones (about 2" long or so), either the double layer style or the four loop style.
Mom to Kyleigh 7/19/03
07-31-2004, 01:37 AM
i've seen practically identical ones in these same shades of pink and purple, as well as other colors at walmart. i forget the prices,somewhere around $3-5 dollars. HTH
07-31-2004, 06:38 AM
I concur - Wal*Mart!
After paying $5 a piece at a local boutique, I found them at W*M for $5 for 4 on a card. They hold up just as well. The only difference is the part of the clip that goes under the hair isn't ribbon-covered. I can live with that ;)
07-31-2004, 03:05 PM
I *love* the walmart bows. They are a really cute size and I like them better than most of her boutique bows. Here is a pic so you can see the size. She is also wearing Bear Feet flower power mary janes if anyone wants to see what those look like on. The only problem is the limited color choice. There is a white, pink, weird blue, and lavender on the card. Not bad for three bucks! If you want a different color, you will probably have to try a local boutique.
07-31-2004, 03:30 PM
Target also has them, in the baby section and also in the hair accessories section.
I also found a lot of hair doodads at H&M, really cheap.
Jacob Nathaniel Feb 91
Logan Elizabeth Mar 03
07-31-2004, 03:37 PM
I've seen them at Dillard's.
07-31-2004, 04:33 PM
Ours are quite small (which I like since her head is little and she doesn't have that much hair!) and came from Dillard's. I thought they were highway robbery! :)
Also, they stay in better if I put a tiny elastic in her hair first and clip the hairbow to the "ponytail". These are the elastics we use (the smallest ones...came from Target):
08-02-2004, 07:36 AM
Nordstom has them too. They are not cheap, but they have a ton of colors and sizes. I've also seen them at Strasburg Children and other boutique-type children's stores.
Cindy and Anna February 2003
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