The History of the Headpiece
Accessories are the best way to complement any bob, lob, or hairstyle! Ladies commonly wore headpieces over their forehead to embellish a sleek bob cut, and people have loved the look ever since then.
The bob haircut style made what we know as its first public appearance in 1915 when ballroom dancer Irene Castle cut her hair to keep it out of her face. Her haircut became dubbed the “Castle Bob” as she was a trendsetter ahead of her time.
Decorative pins and hair ties also complemented bobs to hold hair in place with a stylish look. Folks viewed these simple additions as fashion statements, complementing a woman’s hair and her outfit.
We’re honoring this tradition by helping you create your very own headpiece to stay stylish at Orlando's Eve: a roaring 20's party and immersive experience!
Create THE perfect 1920s headpiece to complement your attire. Your outfit will be incomplete without one!
Join us for Swanky Sunday! - A 1920's Headpiece Party, happening on November 3rd. Your ticket includes:
Intimate party for ladies and gents with music, creativity, drinks, and fun!
A variety of feathers, antique rhinestones, and other embellishments to create your 20s headpiece
Personal instructor to create your headpiece
Delicious cocktails from @treatyoak with garnishes from @curious.botanicals.
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