Ready to get roasted since I've been reading that tiaras are considered "tasteless" or "tacky". For context, I am a first-generation Asian American woman who does not know all the US wedding norms. I know in America, people say to "wear what makes you happy", but I don't want people aghast at my choices haha. I still have a chance to save myself if it's generally seen as a social faux pas for a woman in her late 20s to be wearing something for "princesses" as I've read...haha
I wear hairbands at home to keep my hair out of my face and figured to pick something similar as it was more secure than a hair vine. I was in awe of how beautifully crafted this headpiece was and bought it impulsively. However, I later realized it was labeled as a "tiara". For context, I'm getting married at an Italy-inspired garden + vineyard so I won't be getting married in a grand church wearing an ornate ballgown with a perfected bun for this tiara. I am planning to have my long, black hair curled in a simple half-up, half-down style (no crazy braids, textures, or hair bumps). Have a photo of the dress and earrings to be judged for the whole outfit.
I'm ready to hear if this tiara won't age well...better to hear it before the wedding I suppose
Here is the dress.
Here is the tiara I purchased not knowing the opinions around tiaras...
Here are the earrings just for additional judgment ^^;
My sister usually gives honest feedback but her planning her own wedding next month and not wanting our styles to overlap may affect her feedback. I figured I'll hear brutally honest feedback more from an online forum lol
Thanks for reading folks and appreciate any and all feedback! Give it to me!