Head Wrap Turban Headwrap in Red with Gold Pearl Brooch
Head Wraps with a difference
QueenMee Accessories brings you glamour for all occasions - why wear a plain head wrap when you can wear a jewelled headwrap hat? Our turban hat features a detachable gold and pearl brooch, to really up the style stakes on the current head wrap trend. Wear your turban hat with a teddy coat to keep you nice and cosy while walking the dog, then pop your gold and pearl brooch on to your turban hat for a lunch date, to add a touch of vintage charm.
Turbans for Vintage Style
Here at QueenMee Accessories we love old school vintage glamour, and our range of jewelled turbans is inspired by vintage Hollywood actress Joan Crawford. That iconic headwear - the turban - is the topknot of her sumptuous 1940s style. The turban has been championed by many other iconic women such as Grace Kelly, Joan Collins, and QueenMee Accessories favourite Lady Gaga.
Headwraps for Practical Poise
Wearing a turban head wrap is not only a guaranteed way to stand out from the crowd, aficionados believe wearing a turban can act as a mini facelift, drawing the eye upwards, lifting the cheekbones and adding inches of height. Wearing a turban headwrap can also keep bad hair days concealed, covering unwashed locks, and roots in need of a touch up.
Jewelled Turban for a Winter Wedding
Our softly textured turban hat whispers luxurious winter style, and the beautiful pearl brooch that adorns it makes it a very special accessory. The pearl brooch is plated in gold for a sumptuous, vintage feel. As it is a removable vintage brooch, it can be worn with a winter coat or knit, to mix up your winter wardrobe. Your jewelled turban is the perfect vintage accessory to wear to a London winter wedding; try styling your hat with a boucle jacket and gold dress.
Turban Head Wraps as a gift
QueenMee Accessories Headwraps make lovely gifts. Queenmee hair accessories arrive lovingly gift-wrapped, in tissue and an organza gift pouch, and we can add a personal gift message to your accessory – just ask.