Post # 1
Hello ladies, i am looking at Tiaras and came across many on amazon for around 20-30 dollars, rather than 200!
In particular a site called Sparklycrystal
Is it a risk to buy a cheaper one? Has anyone had experience with a “cheaper” Tiara? is there truly a higher risk?
Post # 4
What do you mean by “cheaper”?
I don’t think I’ve seen any tiaras that looked “real” per say, like something an actual tiara would wear.. don’t get me wrong, there are cheapie looking plastic ones that look awful, and then there are metal/rhinestone ones that are much better for weddings.
My tiara cost $15.99, and I’m quite happy with it. I wanted something a little more silverish instead of full on gemstones. Because of the way the silver is hammered, it sparkles & relfects light like crazy. I love it.
Also, I would never spend $200 on a tiara.
Post # 5
@jenilynevette: wow, very pretty! I meant by “cheaper” simply financial. I wanted to know if htere is a true quality difference between 20 dollar tiaras and 200. If my 20 dollar tiara is just as sturdy as a 200 dollar one, awesome! However if there is a higher risk of it bending or breaking, i wanted to know that before i buy it!
Post # 6
@jenilynevette: where did you buy yours?
Post # 7
@doubtingdebbieah: It depends on what type you buy, I mean, if you buy a high quality crystal tiara, obviously it would be better than a rhinestone tiara. And some of the higher end tiaras may be made with real gold or silvers, instead of alloys.
And I guess it depends how much you actually plan on using it. I plan to wear it for a maximum of 10 hours, so I didn’t want to spend a fortune of it.
I don’t really like your “typical” wedding-type tiara though, I think they are a little generic. [For instance, walmart offers 2 tiaras, both were kinda, meh].
Post # 8
@doubtingdebbieah: Ebay… there are SO many on ebay.
Post # 9
- Wedding: September 2014 - Manhattan Church Rec Center
I have one og their headbands on my wishlist too.
Bridal Wedding Tiara Crown Double Band With Leaves C5346