Royal Ascot 2017 – Day 2

The 2nd day of Royal Ascot saw another display of beautiful millinery & I’m sure you agree some of the designs are just exquisite. I really like the Queen in this lovely buttercup yellow; the brim is smaller & more … Continue reading

Royal Ascot 2017 – Day 1

One week on from Royal Ascot & it’s finally time for me to blog about the gorgeous headwear that we saw there.  From dramatic sweeping brims, large show stopping flowers & abstract shapes….this year did not disappoint.  Here are just … Continue reading

Pamela & her Butterfly Fascinator

For Ladies’ Day during Royal Ascot last year, I was asked by Pamela to make her a show stopping fascinator…..and she wanted it to have butterflies on it! Pamela wore this block colour blue dress, and wore amazing multi-coloured shoes.  … Continue reading

What to wear – Blue & White Summer Dress

Very often I get ladies come in with their outfits that they plan to wear for a special day & ask me what I would put with it.  My choices vary from person to person, dependent on their face shape, … Continue reading

Mary Portas: Ascot 2015

I am already in full on Ascot 2016 mode….so I thought I’d take a look at one of the attention grabbing Ascot hats of 2015.  Today I’ll be looking at the Noel Stewart hat worn by Mary Portas.   Embed … Continue reading

Blue Inverted Tear Drop Fascinator – Spring / Summer 2014

Happy New Year all…..I thought I should get back into blogging regularly again.  So today I’ll show you all of the photographs of this popular shape. This inverted tear drop shape has become very popular; in these photo’s the design … Continue reading

Elaine’s Blue Flower Fascinator

The lovely author & playwright Elaine Spires came into my studio last year looking for a statement fascinator to wear to a wedding. Elaine is a vivacious & vibrant woman; and she wanted a design that would echo this whilst … Continue reading

Floral Fascinator – Spring / Summer 2013

And last up is this rather epic piece….. I LOVE this fascinator!!!  I was making some flowers for another 3 designs.  They were all different styles & colours, but I was making them at the same time; they were all … Continue reading