Favourite Repeated Royal Hat: November & December 2018

We have one more set of semi-final polls before we choose our favourite hats of 2018! Let’s get to it.

During the months of November and December, there were ten hats – interestingly, all brimmed designs – which received considerable admiration. We’re going to take a second look at these wintry designs and choose our top pick. This winner will then compete against all the other hats we have short-listed over the past year for Favourite Repeated Royal Hat of 2018.

Please click on the date in each caption to link back to original feature posts with additional views, information and discussion on each hat. The ten hats, worn over the past two months, are as follows:
1.    2.
Duchess of Cornwall’s dramatic black upsweep by Philip Treacy worn for Remembrance Sunday, Nov 11
Duchess of Cornwall’s purple Philip Treacy hat with feathers  worn for the WWI Armistice centenary, Nov 11
3.    4.
Queen Elizabeth’s pink sidesweep with cut felt feathers by Rachel Trevor Morgan worn Nov 14
Queen Máxima’s cranberry felt hat with wide upswept brim by Fabienne Delvige worn Nov 16
5.     6.
Queen Máxima’s avocado felt wide brimmed hat by Fabinne Delvigne worn Nov 22 and Dec 16
Queen Máxima’s deep purple felt upsweep with side brim pleat by Fabienne Delvigne worn Nov 21
7.    8.
Princess Beatrix’s sparkling silver and navy straw boater with stacked hatbands worn Dec 12
Queen Elizabeth’s vibrant pink hat with red feather trim by Rachel Trevor Morgan worn Dec 13
9.   10.
Crown Princess Masako’s green velvet hat with braid-trimmed kettle brim worn Dec 21
Princess Anne’s wide-brimmed purple felt fedora with looped bow and feathers worn Dec 30
This poll will remain open until next Friday, January 11, at midnight GMT. As always, each computer or mobile device can vote twice per day for as many hats as you wish. Happy voting!

One thought on “Favourite Repeated Royal Hat: November & December 2018

  1. Surprised myself again… went for a plain black hat this time, on the Duchess of Cornwall. But it is a work of art!

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