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The fragrant blossoms of the orange tree make one of the most aromatic fragrances in Florida, with millions of orange blossoms flowering throughout central and south Florida in the spring. Selected as the Florida state flower by legislature in 1909, June 27th is National Orange Blossom Day. A popular fragrance extracted to perfumes and herbal teas, go all out when celebrating the fragrant blossom associated with the juicy orange fruit! Featuring hues of orange, white, and green with ruffled ears too, dress up your hair with these lovely blooms.
Just as the rabbit is a popular reminder of Easter in the United States, Canada, and many other countries where the holiday is celebrated, in Queensland, Australia the bilby brings about the image of Easter in people’s minds. With less than 500 estimated to remain in the wild, the popular Australian Easter icon’s lineage dates back more than 15 million years with the oldest bilby fossil on file dating back 5 million years. Sometimes referred to as rabbit-bandicoots, bilbies are scientifically known as “macrotis”, which comes from the Latin and Greek word combination meaning “big-eared”. Growing similarly in size to small rabbits in adulthood, bilbies are cute, sociable animals. Represent the bilby with this pink and blue bunny ear (or bilby ear!) hair tie. The blue represents the often greyish-blue fur found in bilbies, while the pink is an excellent homage to their big pink ears and noses.
In both Polish and Czech, the word “polka” translated to the English word “girl.” Similarly, polka dots are inherently feminine and girly. Traditionally used in prints sported by flamenco dancers and performers as well as celebrities and housewives, polka dots carry a legacy of both power and femininity. Be one of the many wonderful women to rock amazing polka dots with this lovely coral pink and black bunny ear hair tie.
Did you know that Frank Sinatra’s first hit song was called, “Polka Dots and Moonbeams”? Recorded in 1940 with jazz musician Tommy Dorsey, if it weren’t for polka dots, Sinatra may not have found his fame…or maybe would have found himself singing of stripes or plaid instead! Conjure up some late night jazz with this classy navy blue and cafe brown polka dot bunny ear hair tie. Snap your fingers and make ears perk up to your bunny ear hair tie. Featuring navy blue and a classy light shade of mocha, channel the jazz musician within you!
A polka dot jersey is awarded every year at the Tour de France to the “King or Queen of the Mountains” – meaning the most aggressive and successful mountain biker in the prestigious cycling race. Featuring a similar color combination to the actual winning polka dot jersey, use this cute deep coral and white polka dot bunny ear hair tie to pull your hair back when you compete in sports! Even if you don’t use this adorable hair tie during sporting events, give yourself the competitive edge in fashion anytime you wear it.
Did you know…Madagascar native flower, the polka dot plant (sometimes also called the freckle-face), is a small annual flower that produces patches of brilliant white, pink, and rose red dots across its green foliage, reminiscent of the beloved polka dot? With this nude and navy blue polka dot bunny ear hair tie, you can look as naturally cute as the polka dot plant! Works with a variety of outfits, to provide a natural touch of fashionable, sweet elegance.
Did you know that the word “polka dot” first came to use in the 1880’s, after a craze for polka music swept from Eastern to Western Europe between the 1840’s and 1860’s. Although the craze for polka polka-downed, polka dots have continued to be a viral fashion print. Although the association with polka music and polka dots is somewhat unclear, it is believed that the cheerfulness of polka dots invokes the same cheerfulness associated with the lively polka dance.
With this black and white polka dot bunny ear hair tie, you can take a blast to the lively past with this classic polka dot print, while celebrating the present with its modern bunny ear design! Plus: classic black and white print ensures you can match your bunny ear hair tie to any outfit!
Musical legend, Bob Dylan has been donning polka dot print for more than 4 decades! First integrating polka dots into his wardrobe in 1965 for the Newport Folk Festival, Dylan has continued to wear polka dot print clothing regularly ever since. Take your hair on a wild polka dotted ride with this stunning black and pink bunny hair tie! You’ll look stunning and cute at the same time, and have the perfect look for concerts, nighttime festivities, and even at arcades and carnivals.
Roy Lichtenstein is one of history’s top pop artists, popular for his comic book inspired use of polka dots. There is a good chance that you’ve seen his works or other artistic works inspired by Lichtenstein. This blue and magenta purple bunny hair tie features the vibrancy of colors you’d expect from Lichtenstein himself, and will help any hairstyle you wear it with POP!
Did you know…In the mid-19th Century polka dots were called by a variety of names throughout Europe? The Germans called it “thalertupfen”, due to large polka dots resembling in size the coins used in Germany at that time — with the thaler being the currency used throughout German-speaking Europe until the late 1800’s. In the mid-19th Century polka dots went by a variety of other names in Europe as well, such as “Dotted-Swiss” or “quiconce” – quiconce being the French word for the dotted pattern occurring on the fifth side of dice. Although polka dot print has grown to be a popular name for the cute, cheerful print worldwide, it can still be found under other names in various languages. No matter what name you call polka dots by, these adorable navy blue and white polka dot bunny ear hair ties add a classic touch to any outfit you wear them with. Perfect for beachwear, bohemian, and classic outfits.
The 1950’s were a time when polka dots ran the fashion runways worldwide! Due to its popularity with everyone, including celebrities such as Marilyn Monroe and housewives, the polka dot pattern is often closely associated with its 1950’s popularity.
The 1950’s were also a prosperous time, especially in American history as it promoted an innocent and carefree atmosphere for many; today the connotation of polka dots with youthful happiness remains, and you can share this optimism with all around with this cheerful magenta and white bunny ear hair tie! Featuring a brilliant, vibrant shade of magenta with beautiful white polka dots, this is the ultimate way to brighten up your day just by looking in the mirror when you wear it.
Do you know how Minnie Mouse; Mickey Mouse’s girlfriend’s red and white polka dot outfit came about? Walt Disney spent many hours consulting fashion magazines and his personal tailor on how to innovate Minnie Mouse’s apparel design. He knew that stripes, plaid, and argyle print had already been made popular, and one day in frustration with his pen and ink in hand, an inkblot fell onto Minnie’s skirt. Before his eyes, the cute mouse’s polka dot attire came to life! Bring life to all of your outfits just like Walt brought to Minnie’s when you sport this deep coral red and white polka dot bunny ear hair tie, similar in design to the one popularly worn by Minnie herself!
Rabbits have long been associated with fertility and rebirth, hence their connection to spring and Easter. One of the 12 animals in the Chinese Zodiac, the rabbit is also noted for kindness, compassion, and elegance. Put the personality traits you have in common with rabbits on display when you wear this cute shade of hot pink in your hair! Beautiful rabbit ear hair tie features gorgeous flecks of gold glitter beads spread throughout.
Can you tell the difference between a rabbit and a hare? Although their names are often used interchangeably, even from birth they are distinguishable just by appearance! Baby rabbits (called kittens), are born blind, furless and unable to move much on their own. Baby hares (called leverets), are born with full fur and eyes wide open, able to bounce around and explore shortly after birth.
Upon adulthood, hares grow to be large, with longer ears, back legs, and paws than rabbits. Additionally, hares are known to change color according to season, sporting grayish-brown fur in spring, summer, and fall that turns white in winter!
Adult rabbits are generally smaller and chubbier than hares, with shorter ears, less prominent back legs, and fur that generally stays consistent in color.
But, don’t be fooled into believing appearances are the only differences between these hopping critters! Behaviorally, rabbits are much more social than hares and often live in large communities, with one dominate male and a harem of females with their young. Hares, in contrast prefer to live alone and only come together to mate and raise their children. Whether you are a hare person or a rabbit person (or both!), you’ll love this coral bunny ear hair tie with gold sparkles bouncing throughout. Beautiful shade of deep coral looks lovely in any color hair with any hairstyle you choose to pair with these cute bunny ears!
Did you know that rabbits are trainable? Not many people know this, but pet rabbits can be trained to exercise, use litter boxes, and perform tricks. While a large number of pet rabbits come to be overweight due to lack of physical and mental stimulation, teaching them not only benefits owner but rabbit too, by providing them both physical and mental stimulation. This dusty pink bunny ear hair tie features shimmering gold glitter beads spread throughout – wear it when you bounce around caring for your physical health or tap your pen furthering your mental health too. No matter what you do while wearing this cute bunny ear hair tie, you’ll look cute while you do you!
Rabbits are social and affectionate animals. Not only are they fluffy and cute, but rabbits make loving companions too. It’s recommended for this reason that rabbits are kept in pairs, to ensure they always have someone to share their days with. Although rabbits are typically quiet, they can and do vocalize their feelings with their voices! One vocalization rabbits make is a low humming sound created by chattering their teeth, similar to the purring noise of a cat – and for the same main reason: that they are around someone they love! Show your rabbit love with this cute green bunny ear hair tie, featuring light-reflecting gold beads spread throughout. Whether you are a bunny person or not, people who are will adore how you look when you wear this cute bunny ear hair tie!
It’s pretty obvious that rabbits are cute, and it may even seem logical that they have excellent hearing due to their large ears, but what you probably haven’t heard of is a rabbit’s excellent sense of sight! With near-360° panoramic vision, rabbits can see everything behind them, with only a single blind spot in front of their noses! This excellent degree of vision allows rabbits to always be on alert for predators, and despite having three eyelids rabbits can sleep with their eyes open too! Whether you prefer to keep your eyes closed lying in bed or your eyes open while hopping around downtown, you’ll love the extra appeal this gentle yellow bunny ear hair tie gives your hairstyles! One of the easiest ways to give your hairstyles and outfits an extra hint of cuteness, this hair tie even features gold sparkles throughout that shine under the light. Take a look around town while looking your cutest with this wonderful bunny ear hair tie!
Do you know Darius? Darius is the world’s largest rabbit and weighs a whopping 50lbs and is over 4 feet in length! Living with his owner Annette Edwards in the UK, Darius reportedly behaves similarly to a dog! Not only is Darius large in size, but he’s also extremely valuable, insured at approximately $1.6 million dollars and considered the most valuable rabbit on the planet. Celebrate Darius and other bunny rabbits with this adorable coral orange bunny ear hair tie, complete with gold sparkles spread throughout. You’ll love how the sparkles catch the light, and you’ll just want to jump with joy because of how cute this hair tie makes each of your hairstyles look!
Bamboo is the world’s fastest growing woody plant, growing up to 35 inches in a single day! Although bamboo flowers are rarely seen, some species of bamboo develop flowers every 65-120 years. Interestingly, one species of bamboo will develop flowers at the same time, no matter where in the world the bamboo is located! Releasing 30-35 percent more oxygen into the atmosphere and absorbing more carbon dioxide than other trees of equivalent size, bamboo is necessary to our ecosystem, helping to provide clean, fresh air. Celebrate the unique beauty of the elusive bamboo flowers with this colorful bunny ear hair tie. Featuring a variety of colors (just as bamboo flowers come in) against a white background reminiscent of fresh air, this fashionable hair tie is ready to wear all year long!
Despite only having a lifespan of 3-7 days, tulips can grow 1 inch per day even after being cut. In the 1600’s, Western Europe went through a phase of what is now called “Tulip mania”, where tulips became so expensive that they were considered more valuable than gold or even houses, and were treated as their own form of currency. Celebrate your own form of tulip mania, with this Fantasy Parrot Tulip-inspired bunny ear hair tie. Featuring hues of coral, pink, and green, you’ll love how this hair tie looks all months of the year! Perfect for Fall or Autumn, you’ll also love the vibrancy this brings to winter and summer hairstyles too!
Calling all chocolate lovers: have you heard of the chocolate flower before? If not, then you’ll love this! Also called Berlandiera lyrata, the chocolate flower is a perennial bloom that looks like a yellow daisy, but smells like enchanting chocolate. A nighttime bloom, it opens its blossom in the evening, although its chocolaty aroma becomes most fragrant in the mornings. Delectable in scent, chocolate flowers can be used to flavor food, although it might not taste as good as it smells!
If you love mint chocolates or chocolate covered strawberries, then you’ll love the fragrance of the chocolate flower when planted near chocolate mint (mentha piperita) or vines of strawberries. This bunny ear hair tie might not taste or smell like chocolate, but it certainly looks cute, and contains lovely colors associated with mint and strawberries paired with a black background reminiscent of the nighttime sky when the chocolate flower blooms. Whether you are a chocolate lover or not (and how can anyone not be!), you’ll love this feminine floral hair tie!
In many Asian cultures, the lotus is seen as a symbol of purity and non-attachment and is noted for its elegance and beauty. Traditional Asian songs and poetry often make allusions to the beautiful lotus, often an allegory to the ideal woman. In Myanmar (formally known as Burma), fabric is made from the fibers of the lotus plant and used for making robes for Buddhist monks and nuns. You may wonder why this is, but according to ancient legend, lotus flowers bloomed anywhere that Buddha walked.
Native to the Mediterranean, the common snapdragon flower resembles a dragon, because if you gently squeeze its sides, a dragon’s mouth appears to open and close. A favorite among hummingbirds and butterflies, although snapdragons are most recognizable by their dragon-like appearance, they also produce bell-shaped and azalea-shaped blossoms (azalea being another breed of plant). Snapdragons are categorized by height, with there being dwarf (6-15” inches tall), intermediate (15-30” inches tall), and tall sizes (30-48” inches tall) of the vibrant bloom! Whether you are short or tall, there is a snapdragon for you, including the wonderful array of colorful snapdragon flowers detailed on this bunny ear hair tie. Featuring a navy blue background and snapdragons in hues of pink, blue, green, white, yellow, pink, and purple you’ll love how this colorful hair tie will match all your outfits!
Moonflowers bloom only at night, closing during the day. These fragrant flowers come in tints of white and pink, with gentle twining vines. If you are a flower of the night as well, then you will love moonflowers, and especially this feminine moonflower design black, pink, white, and green bunny ear hair tie. Featuring crisp ruffle edges to the ears and delicate, yet vibrant colors, celebrate midnight gardens and moonlit nights come evening or day.
Featuring vibrant floral colors that remind us of a celebratory cake, celebrate vanilla with this colorful bunny ear hair tie! Vanilla comes from the pod of an orchid (Vanilla planifolia), with its pods closely resembling green beans in shape – although oddly being more closely related to corn than green beans. Bitter when tasted raw, vanilla extract in small quantities offers a splendid flavor to many of our favorite cakes and pastries. If you love deserts, then you’ll love how closely this sweet bunny ear hair tie resembles a delectable treat itself with its vibrant and warm design.
Did you know that roses are closely related to apples, almonds, raspberries, cherries, plums, peaches, nectarines, and pears? The berry-like fruit structure found at the base of roses, rose hip is amongst the richest sources of vitamin C and commonly used to make jams, jellies, and teas. In ancient Egypt, the rose was considered sacred, and even today is prized among the world for its beauty. Celebrate the rose with this delicate purple, pink, green, and white bunny ear hair tie. Perfect all year long!
Although it might come as a surprise, sunflowers aren’t named after their resemblance to the sun, but rather due to a phenomenon they exhibit known as heliotropism. Heliotropism is a natural phenomenon seen in some species of plants and flowers where the blossom tracks and faces the sun’s movement. The tallest sunflower stood at over 25.5 feet in height, and while the height of a sunflower might not seem like the greatest achievement, sunflowers can be used to remove or extract toxic elements such as arsenic, lead, and uranium from soil! After the 1986 Chernobyl disaster, sunflowers were used to successfully remove cesium-137 and strontium-90 from a nearby pond. Even though this bunny ear hair tie does not contain sunflowers, it shares the resilient yellow of the sun that the sunflowers face. Detailed with a variety of colorful flowers floating around the yellow background, this is the ideal hair accessory for warm, sunny days through the park or to the beach!
The Maltese tiger is a blue species of tiger, which is obscure at best. Claims dating back over 100 years are made in recognition of the stunning tiger, whose stripes are naturally a greyish-blue instead of the traditional orange and black. Although the Maltese tiger may have gone extinct or gone into hiding due to hunting and/or loss of habitat, the Siberian tiger still survives, and is the world’s largest cat growing up to 11.5 feet long (3.5 meters) and weighing up to 705 pounds (320kg).
Tigers are known for prioritizing the females and the young, unlike most large cats, with male tigers letting females and cubs eat first. Uniquely, a tiger’s stripes are as varied as our fingerprints, even though some of their mannerisms closely mimic our own. Celebrate this beautiful, endangered species of cat, the tiger, with this beautiful blue and white striped bunny ear hair tie. Similar in tone to the elusive blue Maltese tiger, you can help to warn others of the dangers of extinction to these beautiful big cats while effortlessly wearing this in your hair.
Kittens are baby cats, but kits are baby bunnies! These adorable polka dot hair ties feature antiquated brass bunnies. You will receive one hair tie with a black and white polka dotted fabric covering and one hair tie with a brown and white polka dotted fabric covering. Both come on a brown elastic band.
Rabbits are popular around the world for their soft fur, cute hopping, and long floppy ears. Despite their global popularity, North America has the biggest bunch of these fluffy carrot-loving critters: more than 50% of the world’s rabbits live in North America!
It’s been rumored that in Beatle’s hit, “A Day in the Life,” Paul McCartney is rumored to have recorded an ultrasonic whistle, audible only to dogs in honor of his Shetland sheepdog.
Starfish are not fish, and neither are jellyfish. But this most definitely is!
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