This Week’s Extras

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Not a royal hat in sight this week (unless you’re counting Crown Prince Frederik’s bicycle helmet)
The following new millinery designs caught my eye this week:
Darling hat in coffee and tan vintage straw by British milliner Kate Thomas
Beautifully embroidered blue silk beret with crin swish by Australian brand Maker Millinery
Adore the exuberant straw butterfly and leaf trim on this jade straw pyramid by Australian milliner Rebecca Carswell
Statement black bandeau with flying leather avant garde vines by British milliner Sarah Cant
The most fantastic shape on this wide brimmed blue straw design by German milliner Nicky Marquardt
The loveliest sense of movement on this red straw design by Italian brand Gallia e Peter
Whimsically jaunty design in pink and blue straw with colourful feathers by American milliner Conney Borda
A recycled black straw beret with trimming that is the epitome of spring by British milliner Anne Tomlin
Ivory felt beret studded with black pompoms by Australian milliner Christine Waring
Charming colour blocked blush and pale grey felt bowler from Danish brand Andersen & Berner
Striking red felt boater with laser cut red & black leather flowers and stacked hatband by Australian brand My Hat Millinery
Fantastic crown shape on this tan staw fedora with flower hatband by French brand House Laurette
Love the edgy vibe on this black felt stylized trilby with zipper hatband by Czech milliner Jolana Kotabova
Pale mauve button percher with hydrangeas and spring green twists by British brand Rebecca Couture Millinery
Fantastic tower of bright blue feather flowers by Australian milliner Cynthia Jones-Bryson
Astounding period silk bonnet with wired brim by British theatrical milliner Lauren Martin

Congratulations to Prince Louis of Luxembourg on his engagement to Scarlett-Lauren Sirgue.

 

We end this week with beautiful words from the Princess Royal about her dad

Images from social media as indicated 

3 thoughts on “This Week’s Extras

  1. Ironically, when Prince Philip died, I was reading 2 books that featured him.

    “Elizabeth and Margaret” by Andrew Morton
    “The Rose Code” by Kate Quinn (fiction)

    If anyone is interested in some books to read while you are in various stages of Covid lockdown (I’m in our 3rd, hopefully you are not), I highly recommend these.

  2. Nice news from Luxembourg. Congratulations to the happy couple!

    Lovely, sentimental statement from Princess Anne. The Countess of Wessex also spoke quite eloquently on Sunday.

    – I love the colors in the coffee and tan vintage straw by British milliner Kate Thomas. This would look nice on Princess Anne.
    – The red straw design by Italian brand Gallia e Peter would look great on Queen Mathilde.
    – I like the 1940’s design in pink and blue straw with colourful feathers by American milliner Conney Borda. This would look great on Princess Charlene.
    – Jolana Kotabova is quickly becoming one of my favorite milliners. The edgy black felt stylized trilby would look so great on many Royal heads, especially Zara Tindall, Princess Elisabeth of Belgium, Princess Charlene. It’s a great, modern take on a timeless design.

    • Excellent styling, Shanon. I especially like your choice of the Kate Thomas for Princess Anne. I want desperately to see the robin’s nest on a royal head, perhaps at the Buckingham Palace garden parties, although I suppose those are off for this year. Sophie would carry off the whimsy so well.

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