How fabulous. Really pretty.
It is a beautiful style, I'd love to have a go at having my hair done like that!Have a lovely weekendIsabelle x
Absolutely stunning, I would love to wear my hair like this to work but it looks so complicated (as I find a lot of vintage hair styles to be), I can't even master the pin curl at this stage!
These look very Roman inspired! I'd love to try them out myself when my hair gets longer...
Well, I have a braid on a band and also a braid that I fix in. most of these braids were infact human hair pieces back in the day. It's quite easy to do!! xx
I used to do this when i was a child and had a long plait, but it looked more tyrolean than Hollywood:-(
I do that all the time with my hair! You really need to front curls to keep it from looking too 'Heidi'. I still get called 'Princess Leia' when I do it though :-P
I really love this look. It looks like they're wearing little braided headbands!
It's a very nice look. I love it. The only braids I can find in the USA are too thin, for hair weaving or some such.
How lovely! Gracious, here I am trying to grow out my hair and all the styles I'm falling in love with are short. -sob-
Ooooh! I've been looking for hairstyle inspirations for a wedding I'm in this fall. These pictures definitely give me some good ideas---thanks!~Christine H.
I have seen this "do" many times in the old movies. I bet they used a lot of hair pieces to achieve this look. But is is so elegant and chic looking.
I love braids!-Andi x
If I didn't live in the middle of "nowhere," I'd ferret out a good synthetic braid. If/when I am able to find one the next time we're in the city where the malls are, I'll be sure to post pics of my hairdo! In the mean-time, if anyone else tries it out and wants to show us how it's done, I for one would LOVE to see a tutorial (Isabelle? Rambling Fancy? Miss M??). Andi, bella, D: agreed. Totally think there a major chic factor to this look..and who doesn't love braids, right?!Harlow darling, I completely relate. Miss Rayne, Dreamstress: good point to be aware of--must avoid the Tyrolean/"Heidi" effect (which I still think is just darling anyway).Pixie, yes, the way the ladies are wearing the braids does look headband-esque!Miss Emmi: I totally agree there is a sort of Roman feel (very in line with the Deco Hollywood neoclassical style of interior design and the Vionnet bias cut look (which was heavily drawn from Greco-Roman draping from what I've read). Very cool.
I love the coronet! so chic...my darling friend who has really curly hair always wear this style and I love it...only thing is if I wear it out too we are gonna like twinsies HEHE...always love stopping by for some vintage style inspiration here :-)xoxo Bardot in Blue
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