We love sprinkling glamour into everyone’s everyday lives so today we’re sharing the top ways to add burlesque headdress inspo into your wardrobe. Burlesque costumes are all the rage. We should know, wink.
How to Make a Burlesque Headdress Fashion Statement
Burlesque headdress is a key costume term as Immodesty Blaize (above) knows. It’s hard not to love the glamour of a statement burlesque headdress.
Yet, it’s difficult to incorporate them into your everyday clothing. Luckily for you, we’ve got some ideas.
Here’s our favourite ways to wear a burlesque headdress this summer. Whether you want to stand out from the same old wedding hats, stay on trend at a festival or wow at a summer soiree, we’ve got one for you.
Read: How to Choose Your Burlesque Fascinator with Bettsie Bon Bon.
Feather Hair Combs
(Image from Luxe Deluxe)
This beautiful feather hair comb from Luxe Deluxe is the perfect piece of glitz to wear on those blustery summer days. It will stay put, make a splash and look fabulous for any fancy event.
For something more delicate in a pink hue, look no further than milliner Kate Davison. This is a versatile feather headpiece and as we all know big hats and fascinators soon become a nightmare when you’re trying to greet and hug people. Nevermind, annoying the people seated behind you at a ceremony.
Learn to make your own: How to Make a Fascinator Hat.
1920s Feather Hairbands
(Image from Anusha)
Ever since The Great Gatsby adaptation the 1920s have been in in IN. Anusha offers this beautiful crystal and feather headband which brings the trend bang up to date.
Britten Weddings also has a darling feather headband in pink, though a little pricey, it’s a piece that will last. Love it.
Festival Feather Hair Clips
(Image from Urban Eco Beauty)
The festival season is also in full swing and whether you’re attending or you just like the fashion then feather hair clips are a must. This pretty in pink number is from Urban Eco Beauty.
Check out Burlesque Feather Fans Fashion Statements.
(Main image from Rhinestones and Whiskey)