The Royal Wedding: Get Ready for Some Crazy Hats

One of the best parts of any royal wedding are the absolutely fabulous hats. It’s traditional for women to wear their best hat to these events, but these pieces are anything but traditional. Take a look at some of our favorite pieces of headwear worn by royals in the past.

Princess Beatrice might have the most impressive hats for royal events. She always brings the drama and this butterfly hat is one of our favorites.

The Royal Wedding: Get Ready for Some Crazy Hats

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We’re loving this intricate design on Sophie, Countess of Wessex. This interesting fastener, no it’s not actually a hat, features dramatic scalloped details that create some fun texture. A fastener is a smaller headpiece that is fastened to the head giving the wearer some coverage without the full brim of a hat.

The Royal Wedding: Get Ready for Some Crazy Hats

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Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall is obviously a fixture at royal events, and since she’s been in the public eye for so long, we have several fabulous pieces of headwear to choose from. This wave-like fastener is definitely a bold choice.

The Royal Wedding: Get Ready for Some Crazy Hats

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The daughters of Earl Spencer sported these delicate fasteners, which are pretty similar to the fashion-forward designs we’re probably going to see at Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s royal wedding.

The Royal Wedding: Get Ready for Some Crazy Hats

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Katherine, Duchess of Cambridge is always classic and elegant, and her hat choices are no exception. This romantic pink fastener is a bit more modern is shape, but the color and rose detail make it a sophisticated option.

The Royal Wedding: Get Ready for Some Crazy Hats

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Looking for the perfect accessory to complete your wedding look? Shop our collection of accessories for your entire wedding party!

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