Girls, is a diadem something you would consider wearing?

I notice that you still see them in the streets, but not very often.

Would it be something you would wear casually? Or for occasions only?

Updates:
What I meant were rather the simple diadems that are fit for everyday use, like this one. Not the "crown-like" ones for miss-elections.
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  • Lmao I actually think diadems/crowns are kind of awesome. But I'd wear it for like a masquerade type event or Halloween. Or if I was roleplaying a princess hahaha :D i wouldn't mind having a diadem laying about, I like antiquated pieces of jewelry

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    • Haha, the first vampire with a diadem. You'd be unique!

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  • I had to google diadem to find out it was a crown, that's how much i know lol. I'd wear it but only for special occasions and if it worked with the overall look. Probably more inclined to wear a jeweled headband though, cause it's less regal.

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  • You confuse diadem with headband. Or at least here diadem means only that "crown-like" thing girls wear for miss contests and proms. I wear headbands when I feel like it, I like them.

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    • I see! Thanks for making me aware. And thanks for your answer!

  • I loved them as a kid but suffered much from the resulting headaches, so unfortunately they are off-limits. I already have chronic headache issues as well as jaw pain, I don't need any more! :-)

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    • Oh gosh, I wasn't aware of these consequences of wearing one. Interesting to learn and... take care of your headaches and jaw pains :-)

  • Do you mean a tiara? A diadem sounds like a weird type of contraception...

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    • No certainly not, look at this article (the text is in Dutch but look at what the girls are wearin in their hairs). That's what I mean. Apparently in English a "Diadem" is more like a crown. In Dutch it means what you see on the pics behind the link!
      www.hln.be/.../...men-zijn-helemaal-terug-in.dhtml

    • that's a hair band...

    • In Belgium we would only call it like that if it's textile. Like a "bandana". If it's hard substance it will be called diadem. So that's a minor difference I wasn't aware off.
      Lauren (just below your answer) actually told me the same...

  • No, it looks ridiculous. I wouldn't even wear that to a wedding

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  • Only on dork-day.

    (No, I'm not referring to my birthday, but thanks for thinking that.)

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  • On occasion I would like for a birthday

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  • people should wear it occasion only

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    • Haha, I actually discovered based on the answers that there's a little difference in the meaning of the word in English and Dutch. In English it's rather used when talking about a crown. Like for "miss elections".
      The type girls often wear on the streets is called "hair band" in English. Like in my question update...

  • No, not my thing.

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  • That's a head band not a diadem

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