This tiara features a classical scroll design in crystal aurora borealis. The versatile color and classical style would fit many different roles and costumes. It is made with demante rhinestone cupchain and chatons. Swarovksi rhinestones and arrow bead create brilliant center and side accents.
Stunning red and gold ballet tiara features siam and crystal aurora borealis focal points and crystal aurora Swarovski crystal aurora borealis beads with a rhinestone cupchain base. Extremely lightweight and easy to wear. Perfect ballet tiara for those hard to match red costumes, ruby jewel fairies, or Paquita.
Five beautiful brass filigrees painted in gun metal gray are adorned with red Czech teardrop rhinestones, red glass beads, and Swarvoski crystal aurora borealis rhinestones. Although a part of the Gothic fashion tiara collection, this tiara can also be worn for ballet and stage. It is lightweight and shines brilliantly.
This Gothic Style tiara takes the pink out of princess. It is made with three large jewelry pieces in gun metal grey, silver/grey, and crystal; black Preciosa rhinestone banding, silver beads, and silver bugle beads on a black corded wire frame. Though one could wear this for dance, it was designed and constructed with fashion in mind. As all my tiaras, after purchase additional attachment points can be added -- such as hair combs or horse hair.
This ballet tiara is perfect for princesses and fairies. Flexible, it can wrap around a bun or be worn closer to the forehead for a more traditional crown look. Made with pink floral rhinestone slider beads, pink fire polish round and AB teardrop beads, gold filigree, and pink fire opal cabochons.
This tiara comes with a sturdy velvet lined storage box to protect it when not being worn.
I was super lucky to get to make swan headpieces for Ballet Conservatory of Asheville's Swan Lake. Drawing inspiration from the Australian Ballet, Pacific Northwest Ballet, and a tiny bit from the New York City Ballet; I created a slick maiden/swan hybrid headpiece. The design goal was to create headpiece that was somewhere between maiden and swan while keeping the face opened--no earmuff headpieces!
I get a lot of questions regularly on how to make tiaras or if I hold classes on tiara making. Are you curious to see the process behind making a tiara? If so, check out this blog entry on the design and construction process I used to create my Black Swan cosplay tiara and bun topper.