Gatsby Glamour Bridal Headpieces

Gatsby Glamour Bridal Headpiece

Gatsby Glamour Bridal Headpiece

The Art Deco and The Great Gatsby movie influence is still strong within the bridal industry. After quite a few years of Deco beaded gowns, feathers and luxury Twenties headpieces and pearls, bridal accessory designers are creating even more Deco inspired hair accessories and wedding jewellery for the modern bride. The glamourous aspect of this era of design is perfect for the bride who wants to create an ultra glamorous bridal look. Some brides might choose just one Deco inspired accessory to add a hint of vintage to their overall look whereas other brides might desire a thoroughly detailed re-creation of Deco design with a beaded gown, marabou shrug and flamboyant Gatsby inspired accessories.

Carey Mulligan who starred in The Great Gatsby as the heroine Daisy Buchanan offered plenty of inspiration to bridal accessory designers. The hand bracelets with luxury pearl and crystal embellishment and the statement Gatsby plumed headpiece have since been re-created in many forms and variations. The latest addition to our online boutique is the Gatsby Glamour Bridal headpiece – a stunning imitation design with a striking crystal studded plume, intricate pearl and crystal florettes and dangling pearl chains. This beautiful Gatsby inspired headband is easy to wear and ideal to accent an updo or loose hairstyle for the bride-to-be. The headpiece can be worn on its own or combined with other strongly themed deco inspired bridal accessories such as a Marabou shrug, Twenties design earrings or a string of opera length pearls and even an Art deco beaded wedding gown!

Brides can choose to incorporate as little or as much Twenties Gatsby styling into their bridal look as they wish…however, this era was known for its luxury and opulence so we definitely feel that the bride who wants a Gatsby theme wedding simply cannot have enough Twenties deco accessories!



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March 31, 2015 in Bridal Jewellery, Wedding Hair Accessories

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