International Tiara Day
International Tiara Day is observed next on Wednesday, May 24th, 2023 (104 days from today).
International Tiara Day on May 24th each year is celebrated the birthday of Queen Victoria.
You are a Queen. Or a Princess. Or a Duchess. You are royalty, each one of you, and you deserve to feel that way. Regardless of where you come from or what your background is, you certainly deserve to feel like a member of the official nobility, at least for one day a year. International Tiara Day is celebrated to remind you that you don't need an excuse (although you do now) to put on a sparkly tiara for the day and go out on the town. This International Tiara Day, let your lingerie princess shine!
History of International Tiara Day
International Tiara Day is a day for everyone to wear crowns and have a chance to feel like royalty. It is also "a day when all women embrace and celebrate their leadership power." The day was started by Barbara Bellissimo with her self-improvement program, Seasons of Success. It was held firstly in 2005 as an interesting event. In 2008, Lynanne White of the American Rose Bridal store in Poulsbo, Washington, received permission from Bellissimo to make the holiday permanent. White realized it was happening on Queen Victoria's birthday and decided to keep the date.
A crown is a decorative crown, adorned with jewels, usually made of precious metal. Tiaras are usually worn by women, usually on formal occasions. Royalties, as well as some regular social sites, wear them. Tiaras made of less precious metals or of plastic are called jewelry and are worn at home, offerings, quinceañeras and weddings. Winners of beauty pageants are sometimes crowned, and young girls also dress up as Disney princesses.
"Tiara" is the name for the headdress of the Persian kings. In ancient times, both men and women wore head ornaments similar to crowns, to show their high status. For example, the ancient Greeks and Romans wore wreaths on their heads. As the Roman Empire declined and Christianity spread, the crown became less common. There was a revival of crowns in the late eighteenth century, but they were almost exclusively worn by women. Napoleon crowned his wife Joséphine de Beauharnais, helping to popularize them.
Queen Elizabeth II has considered as the person who owned the largest and most valuable collection of tiaras in the world. She wore them on many state occasions and inherited many of them from other queens. Many queens, princesses, and empresses wear tiaras, a special crown known to the royals of Sweden, Denmark, the Netherlands, and Spain. Social networking sites started wearing them during the Victorian Era, and by the 1920s, fashionistas were wearing them as well.
How to celebrate International Tiara Day
Celebrating International Tiara Day is quite simple. If you are a woman, make sure you are wearing a tiara to celebrate this Day. Wear a metaphorical crown to shine inside and feel pride. Every woman can celebrate this Day by wearing new clothes and putting on nice makeup to make you look beautiful. As the Queen of this day, you can do anything that makes you happy and proud. Share your pictures with lovely crown and your anniversary photo on social media using hashtags #TiaraDay.
ObservedInternational Tiara Day has been observed annually on May 24th.
Monday, May 24th, 2021
Tuesday, May 24th, 2022
Wednesday, May 24th, 2023
Friday, May 24th, 2024
Saturday, May 24th, 2025