Well, dear friends it's been a while since my last blog. Been busy busy with repairs, alterations, working at the local mental health hospital, teaching, and writing books. I'd forgotten about the blog post.
I have a young lady who wants an Alexis tiara in black, silver and clear crystals, it's going to look fabulous. Her overall colour scheme is black and white; her Berkertex dress is white with beautiful black embroidery detailing. I can't wait to see Alexis in these colours so I will post a pic once it's completed, but I just know that it will stunning.
Did you know that tiaras can be worn in two ways, often people are unsure of how to put them on, but the idea is that they stand proud of the head. If they are worn like a headband, and there is no reason why they can't be, then the prongs or fronds should be gently moved to an upright position so they can be seen. They should not be flat on the head. The other way to wear them is as though they are a crown, this suits some people if they have the right shaped head, but not others.
Placing the tiara further back will make a rounder, dare I say, chubbier, face look slim. Placing it forwards will complement a slim, or longish face.
However, you wear it, make sure that it looks as good as it possibly can. After all, you want it to show everyone, that you are the bride.