Where to Buy Fascinator Hats
In love with the fascinator hats you saw at the Royal Wedding? You're not the only one. Thanks to Kate Middleton and the Royal Wedding, people have a renewed interest in millinery. Millinery refers to the sell or making of hats. Milliners, such as Philip Treacy, turn hats into exquisite works of art. In fact, he designed many of the hats worn by the ladies at Kate Middleton's wedding. To see his work, visit his website. Victoria Beckham was a standout at the wedding wearing Treacy's navy fascinator (view at Usmagazine.com). Whether you are a bride-to-be or just fascinated by fascinators, here is a list of places to find them for under $100:
DavidsBridal.com offers a selection of fascinators, some for under $50. These gorgeous fascinators could easily double as veils.
Etsy.com has more than 20,000 fascinators that are either handmade or vintage. To make the search easier, you can put in the specific qualities you are searching for, such as price or location.
Find a large selection of feather fascinators/tiaras at SerendipityTiaras.com. This website is a must-see for anyone in need of a hair accessory-bride or not. The prices are reasonable at under $100. This black feather fascinator is from the Kate Middleton Collection.
Hats by Jemma Loveridge and Andrea Neville-Rolfe
To have a truly British feel, go for British milliners. AJHats.co.uk has a large selection of fascinators. You can contact the company directly to make a purchase.
ModCloth.com offers a great selection at a reasonable price. This fascinator is only $29.99. Now, that's a great deal!
If you like the look of a fascinator but don't have any place fascinating to go...try a head wrap. A head wrap is casual enough to wear everyday with jeans and sneakers. This head wrap ($16) is versatile enough to transition from a day at the beach to an evening party. For dressier occasions, try this "Tasha Birdcage," which retails for $52.
The places to buy fascinators for under $100 will continue to expand as the trend grows. This list proves that everyone can get in on the fascinator trend. You don't have to be a royal or have the Queen's deep coffers to get the look.
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