April: Queen Letizia debuts the Ansorena Princess Fleur de Lys Tiara
Letizia used her first international tiara appearance since becoming queen consort (Queen Margrethe's gala birthday banquet) to dust off a new tiara she'd sat on long enough for us to start wondering if it really existed. It turned out to be even better than expected.
April: Queen Mathilde wears the full Nine Provinces TiaraBelgium's top tiara, but she waited until Margrethe's birthday dinner to wear the thing in its full glory, top diamonds and arches included. With two state visits to fellow monarchies on the Belgian royal agenda for 2016 (to Japan and the Netherlands), I trust we'll see the whole shebang again soon.
June: Princess Sofia debuts her Emerald and Diamond TiaraSofia walked down the aisle in a new-to-us tiara, a gift from her the King and Queen. She tried it out twice more during the Nobel festivities in December.
June: Crown Princess Victoria wears the Connaught Tiaraemptied the vault for the wedding, giving us Victoria's first outing in the Connaught Tiara (she had previously worn the diamond drops on a necklace). She wore it again in December.
June: Princess Tatiana debuts a new tiaraSwedish royal wedding still had more presents to give: Princess Tatiana of Greece wore a new-to-her tiara which was, as reported in Point de Vue, a loan from Bulgari.
June: Princess Claire debuts a new parure
Luxembourg's National Day gala delivered a new-to-us red stone parure on Princess Claire, including a small bandeau tiara (which may well be a bracelet on a frame). This one's still a mystery.
October: Queen Mathilde wears the Wolfers Tiara
December: The Duchess of Cambridge wears the Cambridge Lover's Knot Tiara
December: Princess Madeleine wears the Swedish Aquamarine Kokoshnik Tiara
Rounding out the year, the Nobel Prize Awards Ceremony provided one last batch of jumpy claps when Princess Madeleine borrowed Princess Margaretha's aquamarine tiara and let it sparkle for days at one of the family's biggest annual events.
What was your favorite 2015 tiara debut?
(By the way: Want to see all the tiara appearances from 2015 that were covered on this blog? Click this link and scroll your heart out.)