Met Gala Headwear Inspiration for Spring Racing
This week our screens were blessed with a spectacle of crowns, veils and headdresses that adorned the red carpet of the 2018 Met Gala: ‘Heavenly Bodies; Fashion and the Catholic Imagination’.
With all this talk of heaven-sent headwear, we couldn’t help but think this is the perfect opportunity for some Spring Racing Style Inspo, ahead of the 2018 Melbourne Cup Carnival.
So here is our list of the top 10 headpieces from the 2018 Met Gala to inspire your spring racing ensembles.
1 – Blake Lively
The actress completed her elegant updo with a spikey headpiece, encrusted with jewels.
2 – Rosie Huntington-Whiteley
In true supermodel style, Rosie reminds us that less is more, looking completely angelic in this halo hair accessory.
3 – Emelia Clarke
We can’t get enough of jeweled headbands paired with statement earrings, and Game of Thrones star Emelia Clarke does it oh so well.
4 – Rita Ora
This striking headpiece is slightly softened with florals at the base, while still looking fierce as ever. The singer paired the crown with sleek hair, adding to the drama of the look.
5 – Bella Hadid
Not your typical jeweled headband, Model Hadid wore this bejeweled open ribbon which hung beautifully down her back. Don’t be fooled by it’s dainty appearance though, this headpiece weighed almost 5kg!
6 – Hailey Baldwin
Just when we thought flower crowns had ran their race, Baldwin dons this super sweet headband bringing them straight back into the spotlight.
7 – Anne Hathaway
Custom gold quills arranged in the shape of a halo, a dramatic way to finish a sleek up do.
8 – Winnie Harlow
Supermodel Harlow proves you can never go wrong with white on white, slaying this showstopper headpiece.
9 – Ariana Grande
The singer paired her signature sleek ponytail with a gigantic waist-length bow – simple, yet effective!
10 – Hailey Steinfield
The actress and singer broke up her princess look with a bold lip and dark waves.