Whether it’s the event of the year or the big day, we all deserve to feel like the Queen we truly are! We take a look back at some of the most iconic Tiara looks from history and how you can recreate some of these iconic looks!
Most iconic when it comes to wearing a Tiara is HRH Queen Elizabeth, being crowned Queen at just 25, Queen Elizabeth became the centre of the world’s attention and her headdresses did not disappoint. One of Her Majesty’s most eye-catching pieces, the Kokoshnik tiara consists of 488 diamonds, set in white and yellow gold (right).
Rumoured to be from the 1900s, Caroline of Monaco was seen wearing the The Hanoverian Floral Tiara. Most recently spotted on Alessandra de Osma (left). It’s a diamond sparkler resembles a floral spray, complete with leaves and blossom detailing. Crown Princess Victoria (right) attends the Nobel Prize banquet in 2017 in the Aquamarine Kokoshnik tiara.
The Cambridge Lovers’ Knot Tiara worn by not only by The Duchess of Cambridge (right) but the Queen and Princess Diana consists of 19 diamond arches with big fat pearls swinging underneath them. Lovers’ knot bows are part of the sparkly diamond design, thus the name.
Made in 1932, The Queen Mary Diamond Bandeau Tiara most recently worn by The Duchess of Sussex (right) on her wedding day, has in the past been seen with a sapphire in the centre stone, but Meghan opted for a diamond on her Royal Wedding day, which was lent to her by the Queen.
Become the Queen you are with our Vega headband, perfect for making a statement and honouring the Queen you are!
Go for something a little more subtle with our Marzia headband (right) or our Lyra headband (left), sitting on the head directly, these headbands are elegant and sophisticated.