This is cute but it would be even cuter with flower headband or a fascinator.
We all want what we don’t have, that’s just the way it is. For instance, those with thin hair want thicker hair, but that is easier said than done. Making thin hair look thicker takes three things;
a great hairstyle, accessories and the proper products. This post highlights some of the accessories women can use to help style and disguise thin hair.
Photo Credit: Mario Testino – Oscar de la Renta Dress. Jewels by Tiffany & Co. Photo Credit: Mario Testino – Dior Haute Couture top, sautoir from Stephen Russell, and bracelets from Gray & Davis, Ltf. Headpiece created by Julien d’Ys. Photo Credit: Mario Testino – RARE BLOOM -Chanel Haute Couture sequined dress. Necklace from the Three Graces with enamel portraits (worn as headband). Lorraine Schwartz earrings. Diamond ring from De Vera.
“ It’s like she’s living in a movie of her own life,” says Mulligan of Daisy. “She’s constantly on show.”
Photo Credit: Mario Testino – Alexander McQueen ostrich feather dress with chiffon-covered pearls. Tiffany & Co. earrings. Miu Miu jeweled heels. Fred Leighton bag. Photo Credit: Mario Testino – Nina Ricci silk-satin dress with flower appliqués. Chanel Fine Jewelry diamond-and-onyx earrings. Bracelet from Gray & Davis, Ltd.
See the behind the scene video of the Great Expectations Cover Shoot
Photo Credit: Mario Testino – Oscar de la Renta beaded silk organza top and matching skirt. Photo Credit: Mario Testino -Chanel Haute Couture chiffon, feather, and tulle dress with flouncing open shoulders. Twenties headband from New York Vintage. Photo Credit: Mario Testino – Miu Miu dress, embroidered with Swarovski Elements, and heels.
Set design: Mary Howard.
Produced by: GE Projects.
Costume Designer: Catherine Martin
Makeup: Mark Carrasquillo.
Hair and Headpieces: Julien d’Ys.
Fashion Editor: Grace Coddington
Photographed by Mario Testino