The Great Gatsby Style Inspiration- Headbands and Hairpieces

Every era has its own sense of fashion, and none thus far has surpassed the opulent stylings of the 1920′s. From feathered headbands, to pearl hairpieces, the hair accessories of the 1920′s were every bit as over-the-top as the era itself. This week we take one last look at some 1920′s inspired accessories by TARINA TARANTINO, and how they can be incorporated in outfits today.

Great Gatsby Daisy Hair Piece

Daisy Buchanan, played by Carey Mulligan, is inspiring new trends in hair pieces. TARINA TARANTINO’s Double Tulle Flower Stretch Headbands with sequins and crystals lends a modern day twist to the 1920′s style. This headband also comes in cream and black, and brings extra sparkle to your ensemble. These looks are also perfect for weddings, and many brides are turning to 1920′s inspiration for their big day.

1920's hair pieces Tarina Tarantino

Not all 1920′s inspired looks need to be over the top. Channeling the era in a subtle way is effective and easy.  Use one of TARINA TARANTINO’s ribbon wrapped headbands featuring organza and lucite flowers to accessorize in a cute yet sophisticated way. These also come in Fuchsia/Red, Violet/Pink, and Nude/Yellow. The stretch headband featured on the bottom left can also be placed across the forehead with the flower on the side to create a 1920′s vibe.

gatsby headband choker

Across the forehead bands featuring jewels and crystals are another way to bring 1920′s glamour to a look. Use the TARINA TARANTINO Temperance Choker as a headband to emulate the look.

mens clip tarina tarantino

And of course, we cannot forget the men! Feathered clips, like the TARAINA TARANTINO  De Anza anywhere clip, make a statement and are sure to catch the eye. Pin one of these on the lapel of a suit to bring out some 1920′s flare. 

 

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