King Carl Gustaf and Queen Silvia kicked off a three-day state visit to the Republic of Ireland yesterday.
For the first day of this visit, Queen Silvia debuted a new molded bumper hat in vibrant magenta felt. The smaller scale hat is trimmed with a felt cutout leaf on one side that anchors a small bunch of feathers that lay accross the front of the design and cascade off the other side.
The colour is wonderful on Queen Silvia as is the angle she wore it, perched slightly on the right side of her head. The hat’s small scale works well with the matching coat (in just slightly a different enough shade for the pieces to still coordinate), the neckline of which goes so well with a hat.
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Designer: Kerstin Carlefalk
Previously Worn: this hat is new
Sabina Higgins, wife of Irish President Michael Higgins, repeated a a pale pink cocktail hat with dramatic pleated square fan motif on the side. The sculptural piece is a memorable one she wears so well (she first wore it for the Irish state visit to Great Britain in 2014) and I’m so pleased to see again.
Designer: Philip Treacy
Previously Worn: April 8, 2014
Thoughts about these two pink hats in Ireland yesterday?
Photos from Getty as indicated