Fascinators at weddings can either look amazing in a high fashion Dita Von Teese / Sarah Jessica Parker kind of way OR they can look like Ladies’ Day at Ascot on acid. Not good. My advice would be to go something fairly compact (so as not to mar anyone’s view of the ceremony), think “less is more” with the style (or risk drunk guests asking you “what is that on your head?”) and work the retro look head to toe. I love this “Abigail” fascinator, approx £130 from Event Headwear - handmade dyed silk roses, a smattering of feathers and a coquette-ish veil, all held in place with a comb. Wear with a flirty pink 50s shift and you’re good to go.
“Abigail” fascinator from Event Headwear
By Hannah Kane on January 13th, 2009 2 comments