This Week’s Extras

While we’ve already looked at the royal hats that stepped out in the past week, here are some fantastic new millinery designs caught my eye this week:
Adore the jaunty sidesweep brim on this tan hat with feathers by Argentinian milliner Laura Noetinger
Wide brimmed pink straw beauties here and here from British milliner Rachel Trevor Morgan
Draped orange felt brimless hat with statement pheasant feathers by Australian milliner Melanie Atherinos
Pistachio green vintage woven straw cloche with silk dahlia by Canadian milliner Truly Carmichael
Oxblood newsboy cap from German milliner Ulrike Strelow that’s as chic on the inside as it is on the outside
Raspberry pink silk abaca draped headpiece studded with pearls by British milliner Lynn Leach
Black felt fedora with vibrant folk patterned hatband and bow by French brand Katoushti
Great shape and texture on this design with painted quills & orange jinsin twist by British milliner Louise Pocock
Such a fun statement disc in coral feathers by Australian milliner Cynthia Jones-Bryson
Biscuit straw saucer with the loveliest windowpane crin tiered bow by East Africa-based milliner Lali Heath
Colourful braided banana fibre bandeaux by British milliner Jess Collett
White hat with wide and wonderfully whimsical scalloped brim by Italian brand Batog
Apple green straw pyramid hat with overlapping silk trim by British milliner Edwina Ibbotsen
Read leather beret with very fun wired flowers by Australian brand Reuben Rose Millinery
The prettiest blush and ivory straw boater with feather trim by Irish milliner Alison Roe
And an absolute stunner in green feathers from Australian milliner Jill Humphries.

7 thoughts on “This Week’s Extras

  1. – Princess Anne would look fantastic in the tan hat with feathers by Argentinian milliner Laura Noetinger
    – I love the color of the first wide brimmed pink straw hat from British milliner Rachel Trevor Morgan. It’s a lovely hat for CP Mary.
    – Great color of hat for Queen Maxima – draped orange felt brimless hat with statement pheasant feathers by Australian milliner Melanie Atherinos
    – Fabulous hat with painted quills & orange jinsin twist by British milliner Louise Pocock. I’d love to see this on the Duchess of Cornwall.
    – The coral feathers hat by Australian milliner Cynthia Jones-Bryson would be a great Ascot hat for The Countess of Wessex!
    – The white hat with wide and wonderfully whimsical scalloped brim by Italian brand Batog would look great on Lady Sarah Chatto.
    – The apple green straw pyramid hat with overlapping silk trim by British milliner Edwina Ibbotsen would be a fun hat for Princess Beatrice.
    – The rd leather beret with very fun wired flowers by Australian brand Reuben Rose Millinery would be a great color and shape on HGD Stephanie.
    – I’m not sure we’ve see Princess Marie in a boater, but the blush and ivory straw boater with feather trim by Irish milliner Alison Roe would look great on her.
    – The Jill Humphries green feathered hat would be fun on Zara Tindall.

  2. That’s a fabulous hat by Louise Pocock! I had to look up what jinsin is, and it’s straw woven with a polyester weft, which took me by surprise somewhat, as you rarely hear about polyester being used (or at least admitted to) in fashion design. (Or at least I don’t.)

    If I may use this space for an unrelated comment, I have a protocol question regarding Prince Philip’s funeral, which I didn’t want to put on that thread. When HM emerged from the car to enter the church, I really noticed for the first time that she may be starting to have difficulty walking, and at the age of 94, that is not surprising. My mother at that age was already in a wheelchair. I have been accustomed in my personal life to offering an arm to elderly family members and friends while walking or going up a curb, but my understanding is that no one is supposed to touch the Queen. Do you suppose that in the future it might occur that one of her sons or grandsons might be by her side offering an arm, or would even that violate protocol?

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