Trendwatch: Tiaras

The Financial Times may not be the first place to tun to for style but it recently reported that “the Downton effect” has brought tiaras back into fashion outside the bridal market with younger women opting for some hair bling.


Lady Mary’s wedding tiara from Downton Abbey is available to hire for £1,750 a day according to the Daily Mail

Fine jewellery suppliers such as Tiffany and Graff report rising sales in high end hair ornaments and while we might only dream of wearing the value of a car in our hair, we can’t deny Amy from The Big Bang Theory’s claim that tiara makes every woman feel just a bit like a princess. Se we’ve have been browsing the internet for some inspiration.

You can see our full selection on our Pinterest board but here are a couple of our favorites.



A fine 19th century diamond tiara, by Garrard & Co., designed as a full circle of old-cut diamond ivy leaves, with diamond single-stone collet berries, mounted in silver and gold



This Fringe Tiara from the French Crown Jewels is a classic example of what we imagine a royal tiara to be

Not every tiara or head piece has to be diamonds and silver or gold: Crown for the Autumn Queen by Rebecca Dixon

And we do mean inspiration. At this time of year our tiara classes are very popular and we’re all always looking for new ideas and styles. And if a full tiara feels to much – how about creating a a sparkly or pearl embellished comb? These may be easier for a summer party.

make your own tiara

You can create your own glamorous tiara with wire, crystals or pearls

And if you aren’t in a sparkly mood – think floral headband, feathery fascinator or cocktail hat for a chic, glam and vintage look. Fabulous headwear is a great way to stand out this summer.

make headbands and hats

Other head piece options


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