The Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall attended a service at Westminster Abbey today marking Armistice Day and the centenary of the burial of the unknown warrior.
For this event, Camilla she repeated her large black black felt hat with flyaway raised brim. The smooth lines of the hat are punctuated with a wide band of bias-woven ribbon binding the brim edge. It’s such a great hat for events such as these, its scale and sleek lines connoting a sense of solemn dignity.
Over in Stafford, The Earl and Countess of Wessex attended an outdoor commemoration at the National Memorial Arboretum.
The Countess repeated her navy felt pillbox wrapped in a swath of dotted veil. The classic shape pairs so well with Sophie’s wide collared coat and its militaristic styling, creating another overall look that feels very fitting for this event.
Designer: Jane Taylor
Previously Worn: Mar 10, 2020
As I said on Sunday, hats are secondary at events like these but this pair is, again, outstanding.
Photos from Getty as indicated