Wet Bird Couture: The Wreath

The wreath is much more than just a festive holiday accent.

In Roman times, the kind of wreath you displayed was an indication of your status, rank, strength, achievements, and profession.

If you really wanted people to notice these things, you might put your wreath right on top of your head (or better yet, have your assistant do this for you while everyone else watched).

Here, Augustus Gaius Octavius, the first official Emperor of Rome, wears the coronation wreath (and, apparently, a small child).

Here, Augustus Gaius Octavius, the first official Emperor of Rome, wears the coronation wreath (and, apparently, a small child). -image courtesy of Wikipedia

Obviously, only the most confident, trend-setting of beings can pull off such opulent style.

Introducing – just in time for the holidays! – “The Wreath” – the latest must-have look from Wet Bird Couture!

Notice how the singularly spiky crest and neck feathers fan out into a natural wreath just above the neck line.

Here, notice how the singularly spiky crest and neck feathers fan out into a natural (yet opulent and awe-inspiring) wreath just above the neck line.

Author: Shannon Cutts
Co-Author: Pearl Cutts

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