Favourite Repeated Royal Hat: September & October 2018

With a major royal wedding and numerous state visits this fall, I have been remiss in keeping up with our hat polls. Without further ado, we’re going to jump back a few months and take a second look at the most successful repeated hats we saw in October and November and choose our favourite.

There were seven repeated designs which, based on your comments, received particularly positive feedback; from this group, we now choose a single design to be put forward as a finalist for Readers’ Favourite Repeated Royal Hat of 2018.

Please click on each caption link to jump to original feature posts with additional views, information and discussion on each hat. Here are these seven finalists for October and November, shown in the order they were worn:
1.     2.
Queen Elizabeth’s teal felt hat with kettle brim and velvet leaves by Angela Kelly worn Sep 1 in Scotland
Queen Máxima’s dark green Fabienne Delvigne picture hat with upswept brim worn Oct 5 in Utrecht

3.     4.     5.
Princess Anne’s emerald straw percher with patterned bow worn Oct 12 in Windsor
Queen Máxima’s pleated red silk turban by Fabienne Delvigne worn Oct 16 in Zeeland
Queen Elizabeth’s turquoise hat with black stripe and pink floral trim by Rachel Trevor Morgan worn Oct 19
     6.     7.
Duchess of Sussex’s black straw teardrop percher with twists by Philip Treacy worn in Australia Oct 20
Queen Elizabeth’s blue felt Rachel Trevor Morgan hat with stacked crown, sideswept brim & feather trim worn Oct 20
This poll will remain open until next Sunday, December 23  at midnight GMT. As in the past, each computer or mobile device may vote twice per day for as many hats as you wish. Happy voting!

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