As women who have been known to obsess over the stylishness of a pair of hiking boots or the most flattering way to wear a mandatory name tag (never on a lapel), it stands to reason that we’d love more fashionable headphones.
Enter Molami, a new line of audio headgear that’s as wearable and feminine as it is functional and high performing.
The combined effort of Swedish industrial designer Maria von Euler and headphone manufacturers Zound Industries, Molami's three-piece collection is created to be face-flattering, easily portable and just downright cool.
Our personal favorite is the newly launched Twine ($200), a soft satin-and-chiffon-blend headband with silver or gold accent bars and adjustable speakers hidden inside the fabric. It could easily pass as a non-tech accessory.
The Bight ($200), meanwhile, is a stylish spin on the classic bud. Here, tiny earpieces are wrapped in either napa leather or stingray skin; they secure to your ears in two separate places for a super-comfy fit.
Finally, there’s the Pleat ($300), a more traditional over-ear offering with elegant lines designed to frame one’s ladylike face.
After all, even if you never thought your old headphones were particularly unflattering, the fact remains that these are absolute showstoppers.