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Frida with Sugar Skulls Head Tie
Frida with Sugar Skulls Head Tie
Frida with Sugar Skulls Head Tie
Frida with Sugar Skulls Head Tie
Frida with Sugar Skulls Head Tie

Frida with Sugar Skulls Head Tie

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If you adore Frida and love Head Ties then these are for YOU!!!!! They have been exclusively made for us and we have strictly LIMITED numbers!

Our Frida with Sugar Skulls Head Ties have been made by Anna from @ownsit! When we managed to source this unique and funky fabric we knew exactly what we wanted made! Hairwear by Anna!!! The fabric has a bright blue background and is adorned with glorious, colourful sugar skulls! There are also gorgeous images of our Frida!

The Day of the Dead is the biggest religious festival in Mexico celebrated early November. Mexican's celebrate the life of their deceased family members through festivities and not sadness.

If you would love to learn more about this Mexican tradition please read below!!!

Head Tie Details:

  • One size fits child & adult - approx 90cm in length
  • Handmade in Melbourne by Ownsit
  • Quality cotton fabric
  • Curved edge finish to complete a feminine and chic look
  • Fabric pattern may vary with each Head Tie
  • Bow it, Tie it, Tuck it, Crown it! The choices are endless!!!

We were over the moon when Anna said yes to our request for these to be made for us! They are more beautiful than I could ever have imagined! Thank you Anna! x

Shopify can sometimes oversell a limited edition product. If this happens and you are the last to make the purchase we will notify you and issue you a refund for the product.

Day of The Dead Traditions:

I wanted to learn more about this Mexican tradition, particularity the meaning behind the sugar skulls! So I asked my beautiful customer (now friend and fellow Frida lover) who is Mexican and now resides in Miami Florida. These were her words...

"There are many interpretations and these are a few of them. 1. With the name of the deceased, as part of the “ofrenda” - a tribute filled with the departed’s favorite food, flowers, candles, music (if you haven’t watched the movie Coco, I highly recommend it!) 2. With the name of someone living; as a gift to a friend or relative, wishing good fortune in the afterlife. 3. Sharing something sweet on Day of the Dead, a beautiful tradition, to remind us that life is sweet but we should not be afraid of dying."

 A great website if you would like to learn more:


Frida with Sugar Skulls Head Ties by @ownsitbyanna exclusively for @nooshjewellery