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A faux-fur turban ($18) strikes us as particularly fabulous.
This animal-print turban ($38) is a great, subtle way to incorporate the leopard look.
This turban ($24) is full-on hippie-chic.
This Laurence Leleux offering ($165) is too outrageous for everyday but great as a statement piece.
This Basta Surf turban ($75) is reversible.
Looking to take new fashion risks in 2012? Well, if the only turbans you're familiar with are of the Indian Sikh or towel-made variety, maybe it's time to rethink this age-old (and fashionable) head covering. This year, we're seeing turbans that are feminine, versatile and anything but traditional.
Simple and Elegant Somewhere between headband and head scarf, narrow, elastic turbans, like Basta Surf's adjustable, reversible version ($75), are the perfect way to make an outfit pop (or hide a bad-hair day). We particularly love Jennifer Behr's ladylike silk creations ($125), which have a polished hippie vibe.
Chunky and Warm A sophisticated headpiece does double duty when it keeps your lobes toasty. This Urban Outfitters knit beanie ($20) also functions as a winter hat, while Eugenia Kim's Lula turban ($77) or Rag & Bone's Scarborough headband ($105) are stylish alternatives to boring, fleece ear warmers.
Party-Ready Fascinators are so 2011. This winter, punch up your formalwear with a dramatic head wrap like this Free People velvet ring turban ($24) or any of Lovely Band's vintage-inspired offerings. The silver-metallic version ($40) is our pick for most fabulous way to reinvent yourself this year.
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