Favourite Repeated Royal Hat: July & August 2019

While the pace of royal hat wearing slows over the summer, this year saw  number of lovely repeated designs worn to events in July and August. We’re going to look back at these beauties and choose one to be put forward in our countdown to your Favourite New Royal Hat of 2019.

There were ten repeated royal hats worn over the summer that received particular admiration- ten hats in a myriad of colours and shapes, some with restrained trim and others lavishly bedecked. Please click on each caption link to jump to original feature posts with additional views, information and discussion on each hat. Here are the ten repeated royal hats we most admired in July and August, shown in the order they were worn:

1.    2.
Queen Máxima’s  warm brown straw picture hat with high upsweep by Fabienne Delvigne worn July 2
Queen Elizabeth’s coral straw hat with upturned brim and wide arc of feathers by Angela Kelly worn July 4
3.    4.
Queen Mathilde’s silver silk covered percher with silver straw twist by Philip Treacy worn July 9
Queen Elizabeth’s pink silk wool cloque hat with fritillaria flowers and feather leaves by Angela Kelly worn July 9
  5.    6.
Queen Mathilde’s textured pink calot with side bow by Fabienne Delvigne worn July 10 in Germany
Queen Elizabeth’s pale blue cloche with flowers by Rachel Trevor Morgan worn on August 6
   7.    8.
Princess Tsuguko’s cream hat with black crown and trim worn on August 10
Queen Elizabeth’s turquoise straw hat with double hatband and bows by Rachel Trevor Morgan worn August 17
   9.   10.
Queen Elizabeth’s magenta straw hat with blue brim binding and burnt feathers worn August 25
Queen Máxima’s fuchsia straw picture hat with sidesweeping ‘slice’ brim by Fabienne Delvigne worn August 31
 
This poll will remain open until next Monday, December 16 at midnight GMT.   As usual for these polls, each computer or mobile device can vote twice per day for as many hats as you wish. Good luck!

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