Tiaras are magical and have a distinct romance about them. They are usually worn only in special occasions. They have a feeling of timelessness, fantasy and ceremony. This means they never entirely go out of style. Royal weddings are incomplete without it. With the current bridal trends that involve long sleeves, capes as well as higher necklines, the attention is all on the head and the face. The accessorizing is focused on them. Here are four tips on choosing a tiara as part of your engagement jewellery ensemble.
- How you will be wearing your – As a bride, you will want to select a tiara that feels secure as well as comfortable for you throughout the day of the wedding. If you plan on wearing your hair down, a tiara that is of “halo” style, has an adjustable ribbon and is mounted on a headband is a good option. It will stay in place without the need to use any bobby pins. Headband or the halo style tiaras also work well with shorter hairs. For the perfect updo, a thin wire frame with hoops at the end are the go to pieces for many a bride when she chooses her engagement jewellery.
- Scales and proportions – A tiara is definitely a statement piece but as a bride you don’t want it to be overwhelming. If you are a petite bride, look for style that is delicate as well as smaller in scale, taller at the centre and tapered at the sides for the much needed illusion of added height. A round or square face looks great in a tiara that is fuller at the top and narrower at the sides that gives length to the face. If you have longer faced, a tiara that fits closely to the head will look more of balanced engagement jewellery as well as flattering than the one with a lot of flight. For a hearth shaped, skip the halo tiara and use a wreath that runs across the full wreath of the head.
- Inspiration from your gown – In case you are wearing a gown with less detailing as well as embroidery, the motifs used there can provide some much needed inspiration, look for a that has a similar pattern and feeling. It can also be fun to mix it up. For example, contrast geometric shapes with floral or vice versa for a more modern look and interesting in interplay of textures.
A tiara is a sort of engagement jewellery at Engagement Rings Direct where the jewellery designers get creative. You may want to select the metal for your tiara whether it is gold, silver or platinum. They are also available in contrast colors, geometric shape with global patterns, ete for couple and new australian ring styles for men .