A Milliner of Many Hats

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I had a very long relationship with berets, but I’ve stopped wearing them since moving on from the girly 60s Parisienne obsession. I still very much like the structured uniform look, so I picked two hats from Many Hats Millinery that embodied that. I found a nice military-looking green tiny beret hat that was actually a fascinator, which I am wearing in the first two photos. A lot of times we think of crazy feathers, fishnets, and elaborate designs on these “mini hats” called fascinators. I found a nice selection of tamer designs on Many Hats that I think a lot of you will like.

The second hat was actually from a mixup, becauase I really wanted the last hat in the below collage! It would’ve fit in with the structured look I was hoping for while still being feminine, but I did easily fall in love with the hat that was sent to me instead. I think both of these would fit just fine with a lot of  casual outfits, without going overboard or too retro (which I really don’t have a problem with)!

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Do you own a fascinator or would like to own more of one? Many  Hats Millinery would like to give away any of their handmade hats valued up to $50 from their Etsy store! This giveaway is based on random drawing. Remember, the more entries you have, the more chances of winning. Good luck! Open to all (US and international) and will end on Sunday, May 19th at 12 am EST.

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Comments

  1. caryn coates says

    I like the Red Wool Felt Button Fascinator Tam with Tartan Plaid Ribbon and Bow – Holiday Party – Christmas

  2. Michelle Jadaa says

    Black Wool Felt Pillbox Fascinator with Velvet Bow and Veil,ive always anted a veil,

  3. Eric says

    My wife being a vintage lover, she might appreciate the Braided black straw fascinator with black and cream stripe ribbon flower and stud or spike.

  4. Jennifer Jennings says

    I like the Braided black straw fascinator with black and cream stripe ribbon flower. Thanks!

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