Festival Flower Crowns are the New Chanel Couture Accessory

As of now, any upcoming music festivals have been canceled, pretty much worldwide. This means that festival fashion is dying down, and this includes the flower crown trend. However, for Chanel’s Spring/Summer 2021 Haute Couture show, the flower crowns were definitely back in style.

Flower crowns featured at Spring/Summer 2021 Chanel Haute Couture Fashion Show The Chanel Haute Couture Show for Spring 2021

The Haute Couture show showed off some amazing fashion looks, but one thing that stood out to practically everyone was the festival season headpieces. The runway show was inspired by dance, freedom, and summer evening parties with Virginie Viard, creative director, behind the show.

Models wore pastel waistcoats and voluminous skirts while others even stunning wedding gowns. Accessories included belly chains, which gave people a flashback to the early 2000s, and of course, the flower crowns.

Flower crowns were previously associated with lace bra tops, cut off pants, and even rain boots, but Chanel definitely changed that picture for us. The brand paired the crowns with tweed and tulle.

The Rest of the Collection

Looks from the Spring/Summer 2021 Chanel Haute Couture Fashion Show Aside from the flower crowns, which people now have a new way to style, the rest of the Chanel collection was just as dreamy. There were warm color palettes that included light yellow, green, and pink, which appeared in their pantsuits, tweed skirts, ruffled boleros, and some high-low eyelet dresses.

In terms of footwear, models typically switched between quilted wedges and two-tone black and white Mary-Jane flats. Viard said that she’s always thinking about what women would want to have in their wardrobes today, which is what inspired this collection.

For most luxury brands, like Chanel, flower crowns and belly chains are unusual. However, back in October, Lily-Rose Depp wore a chain belt that had tiny gold letters that spelled “CHANEL” as she walked the runway at the Chanel runway fashion show. Ever since then, other luxury brands have embraced the trend.

Hailey Baldwin Wore the Teardrop-Toe Shoe and Started a Trend

Hailey Baldwin

In fashion, trends come and go, and it’s often more important who starts and ends them rather than why they occurred in the first place. The case of the square-toe shoe is different, however. No one remembers who started it, but we can all agree it’s become a massive success in its long run. But, as people are venturing out into the world again, it was only a matter of time until a new trend came around. And this time, it was kindly brought to us by none other than Hailey Baldwin.

Hailey Baldwin Replaces Square-Toe With Teardrop-Toe Shoes

Hailey has largely been known for her love of square-toe shoes ever since the ‘90s-inspired trend came along. However, when she recently stepped out in West Hollywood for dinner, she sported a pair of what was later referred to as teardrop-shaped shoes. The design isn’t as harsh and angular as pointed-toe models that were popular several years ago. It’s more curved and softer, making for a more feminine yet just as sophisticated silhouette.

Hailey Baldwin outside of a restaurant wearing a beige outfit and teadrop-toe shoes Already Hot on the Market

Although the market is already full of teardrop-toe style shoes, it wasn’t until one of Hollywood’s fashionistas was seen out and about wearing them, that everyone accepted the new trend. Given that this person was none other than Hailey Baldwin (ahem, Bieber), it’s safe to assume we will be seeing a lot of this unexpected trend in the coming months.

For the occasion, Hailey had chosen to pair the chic shoes with an oversized leather jacket in creamy beige, a matching handbag, and a top and shorts of the same color. Her hair was neatly styled in a semi-ponytail, which somehow only made her teardrop-toe shoes stand out even more. They were in the same light beige hue as her outfit, which is in line with one of spring’s hottest trends known as the monochromatic outfit.