Weddings are a great excuse to wear a hat or fascinator but finding the right hat can be a challenge. Depending on what colour and style outfit you want to wear, you may wish to match your hat accordingly. You can always choose to wear a fascinator – fascinators are an excellent elegant alternative to hats and come in a range of different styles! We know how important hats are for weddings, but on Friday 28th March they will be serving a different purpose.
One of the things that guests love to do at weddings is gossip about what other people are wearing so why not stand out in a beautiful hat! A big part of the wedding is the Mother of the bride and everyone knows that she needs to look amazing so you will need to find a specialist company who covers a wide range of designs, styles, shapes and colours to fit the colour scheme and create a classic look.
If you are not into hats why not consider an elegant fascinator to match your outfit perfectly and compliment the colours in your accessorises like your shoes and bag. If you want to make a statement, why not choose the Star Stunner which includes the colours red and orange which would fit a summer season. Also, it would certainly catch people’s attention when you walk into the church and is an alternative from the classic fascinators! However if you are going for the classic look why not choose the Ivory fascinator which is timeless and creates an elegant impression.
It is expected that the mothers of the bride and groom should wear a hat to a wedding, but what about all of the other guests?
Hats come in a huge amount of shapes and sizes, so for those who may not be comfortable wearing something as large as this…
why not opt for something a little smaller or even a fascinator?Read More
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