Get your groove-y on with our Far-Out Collection (*peace signs).  Click below to buy entire set for best value or individually. Fashion FLEXY®s: Fashionable soft, elastic ribbon hair ties flex to fasten your hair into perfect pony and headband form! Gentle... Won't wrinkle, ruin or rip hair.  Easy to keep "on hand" as wrist-worthy bracelets.  Your tank or tee goes from drab-to-fab when you tie-one-on as a tidy tie-back.
Our Hair Tie/Bracelets & Headbands...   Secured with a chic bow knot that lies flat. Treated on ends to delay fraying.
Most sets below are festooned with a sweet-&-chic charm slider...  Hand-adorned with top-quality genuine Swarovski® crystals &/or are hand-painted. Haute Things, Inc. jewelry is eco-friendly... Lead-free & cadmium-compliant.  Rhodium-plated for longevity & anti-tarnish.  Most collections include matching-themed hair tie/braceletsheadbands, earrings, necklaces & baubled bobbies.
Each collection purchase receives our eco-friendly
"See me grow!" plantable paper tags, embedded with wildflower seeds.  Click About Us page for instructions. Alert us at check-out, if this is a gift; we'll include our To: ___ From:___ plantable paper gift tag.
Made in the USA
... Flaunt all day, from work-to-play... "Get your FLEXY® on!"... "When you're haute, you're hot!"
*HISTORY:
The Peace Sign
was originally designed by Gerald Holtom for the 1958 British Nuclear Disarmament Movement.  The symbol is a combination of the semaphore signals for the letters "N" and "D."  (In 1960, peace sign buttons were imported from England into US by Philip Altbach, a Student Peace Union [SPU] delegate & freshman at the Univ. of Chicago.) Altbach had traveled to England to meet with British peace groups as a SPU delegate.  Upon his return, he persuaded the SPU to adopt the symbol. Between 1960 & 1964 they sold thousands of the buttons on college campuses for Vietnam War protesters and the civil rights movement.  By end of the decade, it had become a generic peace sign, crossing national & cultural boundaries. (Source:  Wikipedia.org)

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