10 Online Stores to Check Out for Your Barrette Obsession

Pile on the clips!

PHOTOS BY Caviar Instagram page and Clothes for Breakfast Instagram page

(SPOT.ph) The hair clip has made a comeback—and for the better, what with the varying styles that range from glamorous and studded barrettes to minimalist clip-ons. For those who want to ride on this trend, you'll wish you kept all the ones from your childhood. Luckily, there are easily accessible online stores where you can purchase clips for every occasion and obsession. Scroll down to start shopping.

Bondi Studios


Think of these as your childhood clips getting an adult makeover. They’ve got pearls, resin, and beads for you to choose from. If you’re also feeling nostalgic for beaded bags, they’ve got a couple on hand for you to shop. Take your pick from beads or pearls to match with your barrettes!

For more information, visit Bondi Studios' Instagram page.

Clothes for Breakfast

PHOTO BY Clothes for Breakfast Instagram page
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You may already know this brand for their cute threads, but check them out for their take on hair clips. They’ve got snap and slide pearl clips available for P190 a piece. You’ll need to wait for them to restock their acrylic design, though.

For more information, visit Clothes for Breakfast's website.



Apart from carrying modern minimalist threads, this store also carries hair clips in different designs and colors. For pastel lovers, the Eleanor and Rebecca barrettes will be right up your alley. The price range is also quite affordable at P50 to P180 a piece.

For more information, visit Luna's website.


If subtle and classy is more your style, these understated clips that Nami released in collaboration with hairstylist Suyen Salazar are your best bet. Take note that these are handmade, so it may take two to three weeks before the clips arrive on your doorstep.

For more information, visit Nami's website.


PHOTO BY Caviar Instagram page

This brand founded by content creator Rhea Bue offers clips and hair pins in pearl and gold designs. Their first collection has five barrette and clip designs to choose from. We’d add to cart quick because one of their designs has already sold out!

For more information, visit Caviar's website.


PHOTO BY Frost.ph Instagram page

These clips almost look like they were fished out of our childhood drawers. Whether you’re the quirky type to go for block letters in your hair or a classic kind of girl with baroque-esque pearl barrettes, there’s a set for you here.

For more information, visit Frost's website.



This online store that carries vintage jewelry sometimes offers the once-in-a-blue-moon barrette. Why you should stalk for their next clip? You’ll probably be the only one wearing it because they carry only one piece of each design. How’s that for special?

For more information, visit Souvenir's Instagram page.

Dandy Ona Jewelry


Full disclosure: These hair barrettes were designed by the author for Dandy Ona Jewelry’s very first hair accessories line. These clips that add just the right amount of whimsy to your hair are meant to mark milestones—such as your first date, a promotion, your wedding. The pieces are handmade by local artisans and are available in silver or silver dipped in your choice of yellow or rose gold.

For more information, visit Dandy Ona Jewelry's Instagram page.

Valet Studio


This Australian brand has probably made it to your Instagram feed at least once in the past couple of months. They’ve got a wide range of hair clips and barrettes that you can browse on their site. They do ship worldwide via FedEx, but note that the flat rate of U.S.$25 for shipping doesn’t include custom duties and taxes.

For more information, visit Valet Studio's website.

The Outlier

Another Australian brand that’s spreading the barrette love is The Outlier. They’ve got barrettes made with acrylic resin and alloy in a ton of cute designs. If you’re looking to make the most out of your AUD30 shipping fee, snag the Nuance Barrette Set that comes with two hairpin slides and a hinged barrette.

For more information, visit The Outlier's website.

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