Once reserved for musical festivals and Halloween costumes, flower crowns have officially entered the world of high fashion after gracing a handful of runways throughout Fashion Month. And although it isn't typically easy to imitate a runway trend in real life, celebrities have a way of making eccentric styles seem more wearable. Case in point: Emma Stone's flower crown proves these whimsical hair accessories are worth experimenting with ASAP.
Stone showed up to the premiere of her new movieThe Favourite at the New York Film Festival on Sat. wearing the coolest hairstyle. While she's known for changing her hair left and right (she's been spotted with hues like icy blonde and fiery red over the years), this time her statement lied within the details: Stone walked the red carpet with a literal bouquet of flowers carefully woven through her hair.
Stone's longtime hairstylist, Mara Roszak, was the mastermind behind the look. Roszak, who also works with major names like Cara Delevingne, Kate Mara, and Nina Dobrev, showcased her imaginative techniques by using fresh roses in place of average accessories (think: clips or pins). Stone's voluminous, red beach waves were intensified with red-orange roses delicately pinned and placed on each strand.
Stone's hair isn't exactly your classic Coachella-inspired flower crown. A close look at the style reveals the roses are set in a natural-looking manner, and her hairstylist used wire and bobby pins down the back of her head (rather than circled across the top).
The actor took some serious notes from New York Fashion Week hair trends when she opted for this playful addition to her red-carpet style. Designers like Mansur Gavriel and Rodarte brought flower crowns of all forms and styles back in to the spotlight with a fresh take on the trend this season. "It's all about romance, and everybody needs romance in their life, don't you think?" Odile Gilbert, TRESemmé NYFW Stylist, told The Zoe Report backstage at Rodarte on Sept. 9.
Stone paired the unique style with an equally distinctive beauty look. "I was feeling a lot of things yesterday but neutral was NOT one of them!" her makeup artist, Rachel Goodwin, captioned an Instagram photo of the look. Goodwin enhanced Stone's piercing, green eyes with lime, winged shadow, peach blush, and a soft-pink lipstick. Stone finished off the look with a plunging mini dress with flouncy sleeves by Louis Vuitton and classic black pumps.
Although Stone's hair looked perfect, recreating a fresh flower crown at home obviously isn't in everyone's skill set (especially if you don't have quick access to a rose garden). That's why The Zoe Report went ahead and rounded up the prettiest, flower-inspired accessories on the market right now to ease into the trend. Ahead, flower-infused accessories that will help bring a touch of spring to a chilly, fall day.