Headbands were definitely a challenge for us, and our relationship with them is still in a weird place. Do we love them? Are they too uncomfortable for us to be bothered? Either way, ya’ll definitely delivered some absolutely amazing looks! We’ve linked up some headbands we love for each category as well. Week 4 is about to begin and that means we’re challenging everyone to style up some overalls.

And you may be thinking we’re getting close to the finish line BUT Shana has laid out a divine decree: ONE. MORE. WEEK.

The challenge? Mom Jeans. That bonus Week 5 will run from (2/17 – 2/21), after Week 4, overalls.

Winner, Winner…

Cassandra Ehlbeck is the winner of our Week Three random raffle! Send us a DM on Facebook and we’ll get you your prize.

p.s. If you submitted using our hashtag (#TMEStyleChallenge) and/or you made sure to tag @themomedit, you were entered to win!

How To Style A Headband: TME Readers’ Take

Animal Print Headbands

We’ll never be sick of animal print over here at TME. Such an easy way to spice up an outfit.

Headbands With A Little (Or A LOT) Of Pattern

We LOVE all of the patterns. These take your simple tops and denim up a notch.

Embellished Headbands

A little sparkle is always a good idea. This is especially fun if you’re not a huge jewelry person.

Headbands: The Solid Choice

When in doubt, keep it simple. Let the knots and bows do the talkin’.

Week 3? Donezo. Week 4? Already in swing! Dust those overalls off and get ready to make them WERK. A big thanks to our readers for playing along! We will be taking submissions all next week on Facebook and Instagram until Thursday 2/14.

If you post on IG make sure to tag us @themomedit and use the hashtag #TMEStyleChallenge.

xo,

Team TME

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Sydney is the resident video editor and social media wrangler here at The Mom Edit (also reppin’ 1996 babies). She started as an intern in her third year of college, went away for a little to finish her video game degree, then came back for more. She may not be a mom but she is the Mom Friend with a Dad’s Sense of Humor. When not at work she’s either playing a game, working on a game, or trying a new bread recipe.

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