1920’s Vintage Hair Accessories

Vintage Hair Accessories for a 1920s Bride – by Rock My Vintage

The finishing touches are *almost* as important as your wedding dress, and for brides who are going for a vintage themed wedding, a show stopping headpiece is a must. Your accessories can really help you to achieve the aesthetic of your desired era, and of course they’re a great way to add some extra sparkle to your special day too. Luckily, the 1920s were all about accessorising to the excess, so it’s the perfect excuse to go OTT with some fabulous flapper hair pieces.

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For all out Gatsby Glamour, go for an art deco hair comb . A crafty comb can be placed anywhere in your hair, so you have the freedom of choosing a vintage style up-do, or going for loose, romantic waves. Whatever you choose, you’re sure to look swoon worthy as you make your way down the aisle.

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If you fancy more of a fuss free style, a vintage headband is oh so easy to pop on and looks great on both long and short hair. You can be confident that a comfortable headband will stay in place all day, so you can freely bust a move on the dance floor! We are particularly obsessed with these 1920s style headbands, with gorgeous crystal embellishments that will catch the light beautifully. Choose between gold or silver to match your colour scheme and other jewellery perfectly.

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So then, brides to be, which style will you go for? With hair slides, clips, combs and bands, you’ll be spoilt for choice!

Our advice would be to pick whichever is the most comfortable for you, and choose whatever suits your hair type. Brides with finer hair may decide a headband is a more comfortable fit, whereas naturally thicker hair can hold a comb in place all day. Chat with your hairdresser and take your hair accessory with you on the day of your hair trial so you can have a practice run, then you can rest assured that your chosen accessory will stay in place fuss free on your special day.

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