The Royal Wedding: The Hats

The most important item for a wedding …besides the outfit is the Hair accessories. For an event such as this (i.e a Royal Wedding), it is generally advisable to wear a hat or fascinator.

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Princess Diana’s beautiful nieces – sisters, Lady Amelia, Kitty and Eliza Spencer.

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Victoria Beckham chose a midnight blue pillbox hat by Philip Treacy to complement her Navy blue dress from her own Fall 2011 collection with customized Christian Louboutin heels.

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Princess Maxima of the Netherlands wore a light rose twisted headpiece in the same shade as her lace dress.

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Marina Fogle, the wife of the television presenter Ben Fogle, wore a beige netted headpiece to match her coat.

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Princess Letizia of Spain chose a pink hat with a netted overlay to match her pink dress.

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Sophie, Countess of Wessex, wore a beige headband with flower appliqués and feathers to match her champagne outfit.

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Santa Palmer-Tomkinson, socialite Tara Palmer-Tomkinson’s sister, chose a pink and purple flower design to match her purple shift dress.

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Princess Chantal chose a grey floral hat to match her grey coat with floral patterns by Chanel.

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Lady Helen Taylor wore a navy blue headpiece with matching netting and white flowers to match her navy outfit.

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Queen Margrethe II of Denmark wore a bright blue hat to match her ensemble.

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Miriam Gonzalez, Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg’s wife, wore a coral colored flower turban.

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Norma Major, wife of former British Prime Minister John Major, wore a black and white hat to match her white outfit and black accessories.

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Frances Osborne, wife of Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne, wore a black floral fascinator with striped feathers.

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Zara Phillips, daughter of Princess Anne, wore a black structural design by Philip Treacy to match her grey outfit.

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Princess Anne wore a netted floral purple headpiece to match her floral coat and purple dress.

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Charlene Wittstock, fiancée of Prince Albert II of Monaco, wore a wide-brimmed hat.

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Princess Beatrice, right, wore a structured beige design while Princess Eugenie, left, chose a blue feather fascinator. Both by Philip Treacy.

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Sophie Winkleman, Lady Frederick Windsor, wore a navy asymmetrical hat with a structured bow detail to match her navy outfit.

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Princess Mathilde of Belgium wore a wide brim hat with a structured bow detail.

Thoughts: I love, love, love, love the display of hats at the royal wedding!! Key trends seem to be floral details, netting, wide brims and structural designs…not too many feathers this time. The majority choose matching head to toe colour scheme for their hats while some choose hats that had colour accents of their outfits.

Which are you favourite hats?? I love Princess Maxima of the Netherlands’s unusual shape, Victoria Beckham’s gorgeous jewelled details, the netting on Marina Fogle’s hat, Sophie, Countess of Wessex’s combination of flowers and feathers, Princess Letizia’s old fashion hat that matched perfectly with her outfit and Lady Amelia Spencer’s combination of flowers and structural design.

To see the outfits of the wedding guests, see – The Royal Wedding: The Wedding Guest Outfits and The Royal Wedding: The Wedding Guest Outfits – What Not To Wear.

source: marieclarie.co.uk, instyle, peoplemagazine, hellomagazine.

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