Whiteleys Fascinator, Fuschia at John Lewis seems very familiar. A classic fascinator that has a motif at the top with feathers sticking out, well we at caprilite have something similar and have recently ordered our net fascinator in 5 new colours! These colours are custom made for caprilite and they are now available at caprilite.com for only £9.99
Taupe what a unique a classy colour. Darker than cream, lighter and less harsh than brown, and more classy than beige. Who other than our favourite Princess The Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton to show how to where this sensational colour, she certainly caused enough attention with her TAUPE shoes and fascinator to be plastered all over the internet when TAUPE is mentioned.
Kate Middleton turns up at the Royal Albert Hall for the London Olympic Gala concert in a TEAL DRESS! She wow's everyone and suddenly TEAL is the newest fashionable colour! Some say Kate's teal dress is the most beautiful dress ever worn by the Princess, it certainly caused a lot of attention. Teal has the essence of royalty and when worn by the most beautiful Princess in history the colour TEAL has stamped its mark.
My only disappointment with her outfit is she never wore a FASCINATOR! WHY? The fascinator Princess never wore a fascinator on the outfit that has caused the most attention since her wedding dress. What a shame. A small teal flower fascinator would have put the finishing touch in my opinion.
This months hot colour isBaby Pink Everyone seems to want aBaby Pink Fascinator. It's the colour for the summer, feminine,fun, bright, happy and cute. Pink is the girly girls favourite colour. Fuschia Pink and Hot Pink stand out and is bold, whereas baby pink is more soft and neutral. You can where it with neutral colours such as white and pale colours, but can also be worn with black to make it stand out more.Baby pink, I love it. We stock a baby pink fascinator/ corsage. This fascinator can be attached to hair as a fascinator headpiece or clothing as a corsage, it also has a thick elastic band to be worn as a headband. It's also the perfect size if you just want to add something extra to your hair style without being too obvious. This is my favourite fascinator and it's only £3.99!
The Queen no doubt stole the show on the first day of her Diamond Jubilee Celebrations but I can't let those other foxy ladies of the upper class go with out a mention. As with tradition you can't turn upto a horse race without wearing a fascinator or hat and the Epsom Derby delivered the goods. I'm on overload with all the stunning fascinators and hats I've seen today. I'll just pick a few otherwise I won't be able to sleep tonight.
First of all I would like to thank Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie for being more low profile this time (we all know what they wore to William and Kates Royal Wedding), as you can see from the lower right picture, The Queen's grandaughters Princess Beatrice and Princesss Eugenie are wearing lovely, "reasonably sized" hat fascinators, Beatrice with a pill box fascinator, nothing special to be honest, again, I'm just pleased that they were sensible.
Katherine Jenkins in Royal Blue aswell! Did she know that's The Queen's colour? Anyway she showed how Royal Blue is worn by the younger generation and her oversized fascinator nest, another masterpiece millinery work.
Princess Michael of Kent, shared the balcony at the Epsom Derby with The Queen with a disc fascinator with reversed flower corsage underneath, a classic that is hear to stay.
The first day of the Queen's Jubilee was a fascinator fest and we at Caprilite loved it, lets see what tomorrow brings.
So the celebrations kicked off today with The Queen going to the Epsom Derby. Has The Queen ever let us down with her fashion? She turned up in Royal Blue looking stunning and elegant as ever, and guess what? she had a matching Hat Fascinator. The Queen Royal Blue Hat decorated with a black and white feathered corsage. The Queen is not only The Queen of England but also THE QUEEN of hats.
Who makes The Queen's hats and fascinators? Courtesy of the telegraph.co.uk here's a video interview of The Queen's Milliner, Rachel Trevor Morgan, what a great job it must be for her. Enjoy
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