Poll: Favourite New Royal Hat of 2019

And then there were nine.

Nine new royal hats that made their debut in 2019 to great acclaim. In felt ribbon and straw, in saucer, beret percher, disc and helmet shapes, in colours from the soft to the saturated, these beautifully made designs are the ones we admired most this year. It’s now time for another look at these beauties, choosing one to be crowned Favourite New 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 9 new hats you most admired in 2019, shown here in random order:
1.    2.
Zara Tindall’s plum felt teardrop percher with feather trim by Juliette Botteril worn March 13
Queen Máxima’s dusky pink vertical saucer with silk flowers and pheasant feathers worn June 17
3.    4.
Crown Princess Victoria’s folded lilac ribbon flower headpiece by Örjan Jackobsson worn August 31
Autumn Phillips’ lattice straw saucer with flowers and feathers by Sally Ann Provan worn June 22
5.    6.
Queen Máxima’s tawny pink straw saucer covered in feather flowers by Berry Rutjes worn June 18
Zara Tindall’s navy felt percher with veil and leather flowers by Justine Bradley-Hill worn April 4
7.    8.
Sarah, Duchess of York’s pink layered disc with pheasant feathers by Jess Collett worn May 18
Autumn Phillips’ green felt beret percher with flying bow and leaves by Sally Ann Provan worn Sep 9
9.
Duchess of Cornwall’s black rounded brimless hat wrapped in feathers by Philip Treacy  worn Nov 10
This poll will also remain open until Saturday, February 15  at midnight GMT.   As always, each computer or mobile device can vote twice per day for as many hats as you wish. It’s a tough race- good luck!

4 thoughts on “Poll: Favourite New Royal Hat of 2019

  1. I can’t choose! I have 3 favorites: Zara’s plum percher, Max’s feather flowers and Cam’s black with feathers! All three are outstanding!

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