Favourite New Royal Hat: July & August 2019

While you’re already casting votes for your favourite repeated royal hat worn over the summer, we turn our attention now to the new hats worn during the same time period. Over July and August, eight new royal hats stood out in our related conversations and it is these eight designs we return to now with the task of choosing one to be put forward in our countdown to your favourite new royal hat of the year.

Please click on each caption link to jump to original feature posts with additional views, information and discussion on each hat. Here are the eight hats we most admired in July and August this year, shown in the order they were worn:
1.    2.
Duchess of Cambridge’s braided bandeau in red silk abaca by Juliette Botterill worn July 6
Queen Mathilde’s coral straw layered leaf-shaped hat by Fabienne Delvigne worn July 21
3.  4.
Princess Claire’s raspberry straw picture hat with mushroom brim by Amélie D’Hooghvorst worn July 21
Princess Hisako’s blue hat with flat crown and cartwheel brim with multicoloured straw leaves worn August 4
5.    6.
Princess Hisako’s pale celery green hat with lace crown and crin brim worn August 17
Princess Beatrice’s black leather halo bandeau with feathers by Justine Bradley-Hill worn August 31
7.  8.
Sarah, Duchess of York’s black bumper hat with Lady Amherst feather trim by Jess Collett worn August 31
Crown Princess Victoria’s headpiece of folded lilac ribbon flowers by Örjan Jackobsson worn August 31
 
This poll will remain open until next Monday, December 16 at midnight GMT.   As with all polls here, each computer or mobile device can vote twice per day for as many hats as you wish. Good luck!

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