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Annabelle The snood was a popular way to cover your hair in the 1860's. As you can see from the photographs and fashion plates from Godey's Lady's Book (1860 for floral wreaths and 1864 for the page on Snoods) there were many ways to wear them both separately and together. Mary Todd Lincoln was a particular fan of the floral head band.

My design features a crocheted snood with a drawstring ribbon to allow for a perfect fit. The floral band is a separate piece, which can be worn with or without the snood for a variety of options. This allows flexibility in bringing your ensemble from day wear to ball gown or evening wear. You can even mix and match with my other snoods and headbands for a completely new look!

Please Choose Snood Color
Please Choose Flower Color


Pictures show color samples: