Virgins Saints & Angels: The Tiara

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Jewelry by Virgins Saints & Angeles:

Birds In The Sky Tiara

Royal Queen Earrings (from ABC’s Once Upon A Time Collection)

Resurrection Crystal Cross Rosary 

Magdalena Mono Necklace

Antigua Cuff

Black Lace Dress by Free People

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Jewelry by Virgins Saints & Angeles Huichol Collection:

Grande Venado Crown

Grande Venado Collar

Feather Earrings

Venado Cuff

Red Lace Dress by Free People

All of the treasures I’m wearing, including the magnificent headwear pieces, are designed by a contemporary jewelry brand called, Virgins Saints & Angels! VSA has a stunning collection of metalwork halos and jeweled tiaras fit for a queen! The brand is inspired by life and culture in Mexico, as well as symbolic religious imagery, and is best known for its Virgins Saints & Angels necklaces, including their classic San Benito rosaries and cross pendants. Each piece is hand-crafted in beautiful San Miguel, Mexico. Influential celebrities like Lady Gaga, Madonna, and Beyonce have all been seen strutting down the red carpet wearing VSA’s striking jewelry designs.

Coachella 2015 is right around the corner. This is the place where many Spring trends are born, thanks to the fashionistas who flaunt their most creative outfits. If you’re one of the lucky ones going to this amazing music festival this year, it’s time to start cultivating your most thought-out ensemble and rock your boho best! Flower crowns are the most covetable hairstyles for festival-goers, but this year, why not take it a step beyond the traditional headgear, and flash an alluring tiara on your head? The tiara trend is a luxe update to the flower crown and will add captivating interest amid the sea of tousled braids, buns and waves. Shall we call you Queen of Coachella or do you prefer Goddess of the Desert?

Check out this article about the tiara trend posted by The New York Times.

Photos by Marc Josef Rosario Cabanig