Favourite New Royal Hat: January & February 2019

While the first two months this year did not bring us an abundance of new royal hats, there were eight new designs that still stood out. These eight hats include bandeau, beret, fedora, bumper, cloche and Breton shapes and are made of materials from cozy felt to sleek silk. We’re going to second look at these eight beauties and choose the first one to be put forward in our countdown to Favourite New Royal Hat of 2019.

Please click on each caption link to jump to original feature posts with more views, information and discussion on each hat. Here are the eight new hats most admired in January and February, shown in the order they were worn:
1.    2.
Duchess of Cambridge’s blue pleated bandeau headpiece by Jane Taylor worn to church January 6
Zara Tindall’s fuchsia silk floral headpiece by Meg Rafter worn in Australia January 12
3.   4.
Countess of Snowdon’s deep purple felt blocked beret worn to church January 13
Queen Elizabeth’s beige felt cloche with multi coloured feathers by Rachel Trevor Morgan worn January 20
5.  6.
Queen Máxima’s relaxed burgundy melusine felt fedora by Fabienne Delvigne worn January 31
Queen Margrethe’s grey faux fur bumper hat worn February 8
7.    8.
Princess Tsuguko’s dusky pink silk Breton hat with floral trim worn February 15
Princess Kiko’s pleated cream bandeau headpiece worn February 24 
This poll will remain open until next Wednesday, March 13  at midnight GMT.   As in the past, each computer or mobile device can vote twice per day for as many hats as you wish.

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