Pearls

As our favourite PR agent Brand Etc said, “If you haven’t got pearl clips this winter, I don’t know if we can be friends”.  I promise we will still be friends with either way, but hopefully we can inspire you with some pearl hair looks so you can interpret this trend and make it your own.

Let’s start with the clips.  Wear one clip, or layer them up with 2 or three clips.  Wear them at the side or at the back, you decide what works best with your look.  At fashion week I wore these clips bought on Amazon.com.au and styled them at the side. I loved this look because for under $11 I could transform my hair.

Image by @shotswithcarolin for @thestyledr at Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Australia

I saw Melly Singer, Fashion Editor the Sydney Morning Herald at Fashion Week with all types of clips styled with a pearl clip at the top.  This creates a more edgy look.

Melly Singer at Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Australia. Image credit @melly_singer instagram.

At the Autumn Carnival this year, I saw the beautiful Abbey Gelmi with hers styled at the back too.

Image by @thestyledr at Rosehill Racecourse

If you’re not a clip person, fear not, there’s other ways you can wear pearls in your hair.  One way is a pearl headband. Viktoria Novak is creating some beautiful pearl headbands that can be used for a day at the races, a wedding, ladies lunch, a bridal shower or to elevate your hair for a beautiful luxe look.

   

Images by @viktorianovak - prices start from $660

If you like this look but you're on a budget, then Roxy Jacenko has brought out some beautiful pearl headbands for only $45 on Pixie's Pix.

Image by Pixie's Pix

At the Karla Spetic show at Fashion Week, she had subtly placed pearls in the hair to create a dreamy look.

 

 

Images by @callme_kat for @thestyledr at Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Australia 

Play around with the pearl trend until you create the perfect look for you.

If you need any further style medicine, please consult your Style Doctor.

Kash x

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