Hat or Fascinator or Hatinator?

June 20, 2011

The best things off the John Lewis list are gone, the quaint pretty B&B’s you wanted to stay in are booked up and God only knows how your getting to the service because there is only one taxi company in the countryside! Sound familiar? Well its the perils of the wedding season, not only do we have logistics to worry about, an outfit (one that you can wear again but ONLY with another set of friends) but the big question is; hat or fascinator? 

Wedding season has been heightened this year by the perfect, blissful matrimony of our beloved Prince and his beautiful bride. Ahh so proud. However, the downside of this is that we have all been subconsciously forced to up-the-ante so to speak. Normally I would opt for a fascinator as its neat, fashionable, versatile and won’t disturb my hair but 2011 I am considering a hat? Is this down to the RW or am I just “maturing?”

Who knows, if your Phillip Treacy isn’t on order then get some inspirations from the big day itself. 

Sophie Winkleman, Lady Frederick Windsor wearing Phillip Treacy

Miriam Gonzalez Durantez flyign the Spanish flag with Miguel Palacia

Folly Fascinator £35.00 Hobbs

Make a statement with this Alison Tod Hatinator

If you’re after something a little more unique try http://www.whatahat.co.uk for a some individual inspiration.

Whether your the bride or a guest there is no excuse to have poor hair, none at all, especially when a decent Blow-Dry can cost no more than £15. But whether you are after romantic waves or a contemporary classic here are some of my favourites styles to suit any occasion. 

Any other ideas you want to share with me then do get in touch, until then have a great week! x

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