Aintree 2018

Aintree is fairly early on in the race calendar each year, & it’s nice to see the millinery styles that are worn.  Whilst it is not compulsory to wear a hat or fascinator a lot of ladies still do & this … Continue reading

Cheltenham Festival Ladies Day 2018

It’s always exciting to see the Cheltenham Festival arrive, as often a nod as to what millinery fashions we will see at Royal Ascot, taking place in June. Whereas the Cheltenham Festival is set in March; so the main difference is the … Continue reading

The Royal Family – Christmas 2017

I know we are already well into 2018…but I wanted to take a look back at the beautiful headwear worn by The Royal Family on Christmas day & decided to share a few of my favourites.   Embed from Getty … Continue reading

Royal Ascot 2017 – Day 5

Taking a look at the last day of Royal Ascot 2017; it’s been a great year & all of the pieces that have been named as either Hat of the Day or Royal Hat of the Day, will have a … Continue reading

Royal Ascot 2017 – Day 4

The most extravagant day at Royal Ascot is always Ladies Day on the Thursday, however we still see a lot of wonderful pieces worn the rest of the week too.  This post will specifically be looking at Friday’s fashions & … Continue reading

Royal Ascot 2017 – Ladies’ Day

The Thursday of Royal Ascot is the one we have all been waiting for, the infamous Ladies’ Day.  The hats, fascinators & fashion that we see at this event never fails to impress & this year was no different!  Here … Continue reading

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