If fashion creatives are now donning mouse ears like it's nothing, it's time to brave the storm and incorporate a fashion crown into your daily style routine as well.
This cluster is filled with crown-worthy trends, with everything from crowned photo shoots to goth punk tiaras to dress-up princess fashion. Which one takes the fashion crown?
Implications - The actual political pull of royalty in North America is non-existent and the concept has become somewhat of a novelty. As such, the manifestation of royalty-related items such as crowns is being seen in fashion. Maybe throne decor or royal packaging will be next, but either way, this trend is for those who want to buy into the idea of upper class.
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