The Wedding Crown Is the New Tiara (Only Cooler). Which of These 5 Crowns Would YOU Wear?
by Petra Guglielmetti, Glamour Magazine
When it comes to wedding hair accessories, tiaras aren't what the cool kids are wearing anymore (though I know some of you love them — we've had the wedding tiara debate here before). These days, it's all about the wedding crown. Aren't these five examples just gorgeous? Which would YOU wear?
Yes, it was new bride Natalie Portman who inspired me to post this (and inspired our newest Glamour blogger Nikki Oggunaike to declare flower crowns the hottest hair accessory, weddings aside). But she hardly started the trend. Check out these five gorgeous, wedding-worthy crowns. Which would you be most likely to wear?
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1. This wreath of vintage fabric petals and leaves from LaBoheme
2. This bohemian gold beaded crown from Twigs & Honey
3. This delicate rhinestone-and-pearl crown from Sibo Designs
4. This ethereal crown of white lace blossoms from BHLDN
5. This more traditional, earthy flower crown from Serenity Crystal
Which of these flower crowns would you most like to wear?
Photo: Courtesy of Pinterest
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