Someone getting married? Time to get a hat! Wedding hats are on our weekly wishlist this week, as wedding season is well and truly here.
Not everyone wears wedding hats these days, but we think a wedding outfit isn’t complete without some sort of headgear. From traditional wedding hats, to something a wee bit different, fascinators or bands, just make sure when you head to that wedding, you have something on your head!
Think about the wedding – if it’s on a beach, your outfit is likely to be casual – so try a floppy hat, or a headband. If the wedding is formal, its the traditional wedding hats section for you – and the bigger the better we say – look for huge saucer styles,and intricate, unusual designs. If it’s an on-trend wedding, with hipsters aplenty, try something quirky like a cloche, perhaps.
Whatever headgear you choose, remember this piece of wedding hats etiquette – keep it on until the Mother of the Bride removes hers!
1.Straw cloche hat, £14.99, H&M 2. Pink fascinator, £12, BHS 3. Gold fascinator, £40, Debut @ Debenhams 4. Bright pink feathered fascinator, £100, Star by Julien Macdonald @ Debenhams 5. Navy petal fascinator, £24, BHS 6. Giant saucer blue hat, £75, Principles by Ben De Lisi @ Debenhams 7. Ribbon detail floppy hat, £12, BHS 8. Navy cut-out floppy hat, £22, J by Jasper Conran @ Debenhams 9. Pastel flowers fascinator, £45, Floozie by FrostFrench @ Debenhams 10. Butterfly detail large saucer hat, £120, Star by Julien Macdonald @ Debenhams 11. Monochrome floppy hat, £22,Principles by Ben De Lisi @ Debenhams 12. Straw boater, £15, JOY 13. Oversized floppy hat, £18, JOY 14. Black and cream hat, £35, BHS 15. White polka dot cloche, £10, BHS 16. Orange fascinator, £55, Star by Julien Macdonald @ Debenhams