Instead of a
traditional headpiece or tiara, a hair clip or comb is attached to the back of
the head, and the veil is attached to that.
A circular clip
or band that contains hair styled into a bun, or encircles part of an up-do.
Another term for
a haircomb, a simple or jeweled comb may be used as the sole hair décor, or as
the attachment for a veil.
As the name
implies, a small and simple or larger and more ornate, jewel-studded full crown
that attaches to your head via hair combs or clips. Your personality will
decide the size – small and delicate for a touch of regal look, or large and
crown of fabric-and-comb headpiece that is held in place by obscured or jeweled
A full headwrap
or slide-on clip, the headband may be solid fabric such as a shiny satin, or a
pearl or crystal-adorned width.
A circular cap
that fits over the top of your head, either simple or adorned, worn either
alone or as the attachment for a veil. The Juliet cap is named for its style
reminiscent of Shakespearean plays.
A jeweled piece,
much like a barrette in wide or thin design, attached appropriately to your
hairstyle, most often to the side of your hair’s part.
A patterned, lace
or crocheted ‘bun holder’ that fully encases and secures an up-do.
The middle of the
headband is wider than the narrower ends of the headband.
A partial crown
piece affixed to the crown of the head, often held in place by combs on the
sides and with additional pins. Tiaras may be thin with minimal adornment, or
much larger and ornate, featuring gemstones, crystals, pearls or tiny ceramic
A full circle
made from flowers and greenery, which also may be adorned with beads and