Wednesday, April 21, 2010

Fancy Hats - Part 3

Better get a towel...cause your mouth is going to water after you see these wonderful hats!























Just Lovely!!!



















My heart stopped when I saw this one!!!


























This is a feather holder for a hat!

12 comments:

Michelle said...

You have to share which website you found those pics on! Wow! I love the first two!

Laura Maynard said...

That cream colored hat in the middle is gorgeous! If you ever want rosettes for a hat let me know, I can probably find something in a color you like at Colonial Williamsburg :)

Julie said...

Well - I know for a fact that the cream colored hat was sold when I found it on the internet...and it was in Austrailia to boot! The feather pins were also sold - an on line antique auction.

The top hat was pretty basic with the addition of the feathers and satin band...I am sure anyone of you guys could do that on your own.

Sadly - my favorite one ...the V shaped hat ..all the information I had on where I found it went into la-la land when my computer crashed a couple of months ago.

Beth said...

Ooooh . . . Ahhhh . . .

Those are beautiful. I love the cream hat, but that last one is to die for!

Sydney said...

That first hat, do want!!!

I must have one like it!

gowestferalwoman said...

Okay, I admit - I am a fashionaholic. I think Im going to attend a clinic for side saddle just to learn how to carry off these darn BEAUTIFUL hats!!!!!

phaedra96 said...

The first one is my favorite! Elegant and eye-catching.

Donkaloosa said...

Whoa. All of them are awesome. But that tricorn with the rosette feather holder is fabulous.

Fantastyk Voyager said...

Those hats are awesome and I'm not even a hat person!

Lindalou said...

Love these hats. Wish we still wore them in the real world.

Laura Maynard said...

Julie, the 'V' shaped hat is a tri-corner hat of the Colonial Era. I've seen pictures of women wearing them when in Colonial Costumes.

prashant said...

I love the first two!
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