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post #31 of 55
I adore hats. I kept hoping that maybe someday they would come back in fashion as they were in the 40s.

C'mon - I wanna see pictures of your hats ladies! Take a pic for us!
post #32 of 55
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Originally Posted by captiva
I adore hats. I kept hoping that maybe someday they would come back in fashion as they were in the 40s.

C'mon - I wanna see pictures of your hats ladies! Take a pic for us!
I coudn't wait for the to come back into fashion any more, so I just wear them anyway. I don't have any fancy hats - mine are everyday kinds of hats. I'll post piccies if I can find them
post #33 of 55
I can get a proper picture of mine but you'll have to wait a week until i get it developed

EDIT: Scrap that idea!, the hat box is right at the top of the wardrobe all the way to the back.

Wait until next year!
post #34 of 55
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Originally Posted by fwan
I couldnt tell whether that thing on camillas head was her own hair all chickened up or it was a hat with some sort of emu's feathers
Her feathers weren't as bad as her daughter's. I didn't like some of the hats; for instance, Prince Andrew's daughters seemed to be hiding in their bucket-shaped hats.
It's funny - I loved hats as a teenager, but can't stand wearing them now.
post #35 of 55
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Originally Posted by jcat
Prince Andrew's daughters seemed to be hiding in their bucket-shaped hats.
Oh they were awful Tricia!, along with Sophie's, Prince Edwards wife
post #36 of 55
This is such an interesting fact! Yes, please post pictures of your hats!
post #37 of 55
Sarah, you're one of the classiest people I know!
post #38 of 55
I thought Camilla's headpiece was awful, but then, I did very much like the sort of blue silk with gold embroidery on her surcoat!
post #39 of 55
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Originally Posted by turtlecat
I thought Camilla's headpiece was awful, but then, I did very much like the sort of blue silk with gold embroidery on her surcoat!
I loved her outfit - it seemed sort of medieval, just perfect in the elongated Gothic setting. A circlet would have been perfect with it, but she obviously had to avoid things like that.
post #40 of 55
I love hats! Jenny, you and your daughter look wonderful!
post #41 of 55
My daughter gets married in June, I never wear a hat, never have, but it's expected that I'll be wearing one on the day. I'll feel so daft, but then, if I didn't wear one I'd feel I'd let her down, as everything is being done just right.

Their photographer puts the photos on a web site, and gives the guests the address to see them, so look out at the end of June for me putting on a link, so you can all have a good laugh at me.
post #42 of 55
Oh Tricia we can't wait!

I'm really looking forward to my Directors daughters next year because i love a good wedding!
post #43 of 55
Oh Tricia, how wonderful! Can't wait to see pics!
post #44 of 55
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Originally Posted by dawnofsierra
Sarah, you're one of the classiest people I know!
Thank you, Stephanie!
post #45 of 55
Weddings are fun because you get to wear clothes and hats that you would never otherwise try on. And I think everyone can find a hat to suit them somewhere!
post #46 of 55
I actually liked Sophie's hat.

I love hats but can never find one to fit. I have a small head and all the hats I try on fall down to the bottom of my ears.
post #47 of 55
I love hats. In fact I love all the accessories. And I used to love coordinating them all.

I don't wear hats anymore because I don't have much occasion for that kind of dressing up, and on the whole I'm a pretty casual dresser now.
post #48 of 55
If i were to get married would any of you come??
post #49 of 55
Course i would!, your not that far away!! Just make sure theres a bed for me to crash down in and i'll be fine!!
post #50 of 55
Yes!!! But I know what Susan means about head sizes- I also have a problem, even my riding helmet is three sized smaller than my daughter's! But I put a grosgrain ribbon inside the smallest hat I can find, and the rough surface of the ribbon holds it in place. Ususally, anyway.
post #51 of 55

we arent officially engaged yet, but we have been talking about it the past two nights, and we are planning to get married after we both finish our school so in about 2 years
So what i have decided to do is to put all of my british friends on ryan air to come to my wedding
post #52 of 55
That sounds like a great idea Fwan!
post #53 of 55
Hey just let me know and i'll be there, hat and all!!
post #54 of 55
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Originally Posted by rosiemac
Hey just let me know and i'll be there, hat and all!!
yus!!
yew all have to wear a hat!!
post #55 of 55
I love hats. When I lived in Tombstone, I made most of my own hats and costumes, as well as other people's. I still have a few of my vintage hats, too. Part of the fun, in impersonating Mae West, was the wonderful hats.

On the day after Easter, I wore a new spring outfit AND hat to work. The hat had to come off (violates the dress code) but, I felt quite elegant and stood out from the jeans-and-t-shirt crowd.
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