Wear a Tiara. It’s Casual.February 11, 2016 9:33 pm
It’s finally happening. Tiaras are infiltrating contemporary fashion.
What girl hasn’t, in her final mirror check before dashing out the door on a Friday night, given pause and introspected, this ensemble is in serious want of a tiara. Count your blessings. The Fashion Week stars have aligned. In their Spring 2016 show, Dolce & Gabbana presented abundantly embellished headbands, bejeweled headphones that prompted us all to cast remorseful glares at the now basic Beats headphones we bought with last month’s rent money, and, lo and behold, straight-up tiaras.
If you’re going Dolce style with your crown, do it up. Pair it with a bedazzled maxi or a floral silk pantsuit, because you’re fancy. Or take a cue from St. Laurent, and class up your see-through lace slip and leather bomber.
Nothing says Office Holiday Party like lace, leather, and a tiara.
If you’re not ready to commit to the crown, perhaps go the Rodarte route and decorate your hair with a cluster of statement pins along your hairline. If we’re being real, it’s a much more wearable look while still making a statement.
But in my humble opinion, you only have a small window of time to get away with wearing a tiara outside your Birthday Week, and it would be a shame to waste it.Сomments аrchive