We’re still behind on 2019 polls so before the clock strikes midnight and we usher in 2020, I’m going to get this one out!
September and October were busier months of royal hats thanks for a number of state visits and the Imperial enthronement. Based on your comments, twelve repeated hats stood were received with particular admiration; we’re going to look back at these beauties and choose one to be put forward in our countdown to your Favourite Repeated Royal Hat of 2019.
Please click on each caption link to jump to original feature posts with additional views, information and discussion on each hat. Here are the twelve hats you most admired in September and October, shown in the order they were worn:
Duchess of Cornwall’s red felt formed beret with pheasant feathers by Philip Treacy worn Sep 9
Queen Margrethe’s charcoal felt trilby with pompom and feather trim worn Sep 29
Duchess of Cornwall’s pale blue felt beret percher with oak leaf trim by Philip Treacy worn Oct 15
Queen Máxima’s burgundy velvet ruched calot with black veil overlay by Fabienne Delvigne worn Oct 29