Although I’m a little late on this, I recently discovered the CW series Reign and have been shamelessly storming through the first season of the show ever since. Aside from the series itself which is great, a big reason why I have fallen in love with the show is the amazing hair and wardrobe featured. The show which is set in France in 1557, remains true to the time period of the drama in terms of wardrobe, hair and makeup whilst still managing to bring the looks into the 21st century. The lead character Mary played by Adelaide Kane has some beautiful hairstyles on the show, with statement headbands and beaded braids being a big part of her character’s style.
To help you bring a touch of Reign to your look, here are a few hair accessories reminiscent of the show:
I have always been really bad at maintaining a hairstyle, largely because my hair tends to just grow out very quickly and I always forget to drag myself back to the hairdressers. But with a family party coming up this week, I have finally booked a hair appointment and taken to google to give myself some much needed hair-inspiration.
I love the whole mid-length hair trend that started bubbling away earlier on this year, as for someone like me who is so attached to their hair it provides some change without having to be too drastic! Some of my favourite mid-length looks have come from Lily Collins, Emma Stone as well as Emma Watson and Ingrid Nilsen -who have all pulled off the look perfectly!
Hopefully with this as inspiration, my grown out locks will soon be transformed! 🙂
“I try to dress to convey what I feel. There used to be a lot of bar and bat mitzvahs, and now it is more dance parties and sweet sixteens, and everyone is wearing, like, a very short, tight bandage dress. With really curled hair and the black eye shadow. It might be them, but it’s just not me.” – Teen Vogue
Elle Fanning may be young but she sure has the wisdom of the ages! 😛
I thought I would share with you all a live performance of one of my favourite bands The 1975, to brighten up your Monday morning. The 1975 recently performed at Radio 1’s Big Weekend in Glasgow and although I’m very jealous that I didn’t get to watch them live, thank God for YouTube!