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The 7 best tiara designers to have on your radar

Here are the best places to shop diadems for all budgets...

Garrard's 'Something Borrowed' campaign
Lauren Ramsay
Online Writer
Updated: 29 December 2023
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Don't be fooled into thinking tiaras are only reserved for royalty (or those who want a princess wedding like Paris Hilton) on their wedding day.

They're making a comeback, and not just in the form of the traditional, jewelled pieces we immediately think of when hearing 'tiara,' either. Contemporary crowns and statement headpieces alike are also a popular choice, much like the Princess of Wales' bespoke floral headpiece she wore during King Charles III's Coronation. 

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Princess Kate waving at the Coronation from the balcony
Princess Kate's statement floral crown was a fresh take on traditional tiaras

"I think unconventional wedding looks are becoming more popular like two pieces and vintage gowns, but also sleek, minimal designs that speak for themselves," Sharon Sever, head designer of couture bridal label Galia Lahav told Hello! Fashion earlier this year, "The new generations of brides want to be different - they want to start new trends and stand out." 

Whether you're looking for a traditional tiara or a floral crown, to buy or to rent. These are some of the best places to shop for those special headpieces...

  • Everlasting Pearl Tiara
    Everlasting Pearl Tiara

    Everlasting Pearl Tiara

    Bridal Rogue Gallery

    Bridal Rogue Gallery has been designing and selling wedding gowns for over 25 years, stocking luxury bridal designers like Pronovias, Pronovias Privee, Atelier Pronovias, Vera Wang, Eliza Jane Howell, Atelier Emelia and more. Owner Catriona Dose began by selling her creations to Harrods, then swiftly opened up her first bridal shop in London. They also sell a range of stunning bridal accessories at an affordable price point.

  • Villa Ariadne Pearl and Diamond White Gold Tiara
    Villa Ariadne Pearl and Diamond White Gold Tiara

    Villa Ariadne Pearl and Diamond White Gold Tiara

    Cassandra Goad

    Designer and gemologist Cassandra's one and only store worldwide is a stunning townhouse on Sloane Street. She believes in minimising her environmental impact and makes a conscious effort to repurpose precious metals and stones of rarely worn jewels into new creations. If sustainability in the jewellery industry is a must in your tiara search, Cassandra Goad is a great place to go.

  • A Mid-20th Century Diamond-Set Tiara

    A Mid-20th Century Diamond-Set Tiara

    Bentley and Skinner

    Bentley & Skinner are royal-appointed jewellers who have been selling diamond tiaras since 1880, so I guess you could say that they're the best of the best. Three of their period pieces were used in the 2019 Downton Abbey film and have since been adored by lovers around the world.

  • Clementine Lux Halo

    Celmientine Lux Halo

    Dolecka London

    Dolecka has specialised in luxury bridal accessories since 2006. Aiming to speak to the modern bride, they hand-make every unique piece, from crowns and tiaras to pearl veils or something completely new and bespoke. Their pearl-adorned crowns are an excellent choice for those who want to stray away from the traditional tiara.

  • Garland High Jewellery Diamond and Pearl Tiara

    Garland High Jewellery Diamond and Pearl Tiara


    Garrard has been responsible for some of the royal family's most precious jewels, including many of the heirloom tiaras worn by females at their weddings. Granted, a tiara of such grandeur may not be in the majority of budgets, but the jewellers are now giving brides to be the chance to channel their inner princess and rent tiaras and High jewellery with their new 'Something Borrowed' service.  Prices start from £250 for jewellery and £2500 for tiaras and after each rental, the client will also have a year to redeem their rental fee against a new item at Garrard. Rentals are available via in-store appointment.

  • Hermoine Harbutt Tiara

    Maiden Tiara

    Hermoine Harbutt

    Hermione Harbutt has been creating exquisite accessories for weddings and events since 2008. She is known for her intricate headpieces, crowns, millinery, race wear and jewellery, all available online and within her showroom in Kensington.

  • Julietta Tiara

    Julietta Silver Crystal Imperial Tiara

    Ivory & Co.

    Every single Ivory & Co. piece is as stunning as the next whilst also being at a great price point. Founded by award-winning design duo Sarah Bussey and Alexander Longhi almost three decades ago, Ivory & Co remains as one of the world's go-to bridal and event accessory brands.

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