Wednesday, June 20, 2012
Yes, The Best Hats from Royal Ascot 2012(Party Two)
Princess Haya Bint Al Hussein's minimalist look
You don't need a slash of feathers or florals to look fantastic at Royal Ascot. Princess Haya Bint Al Hussein picked a graphic, minimalist navy blue hat—with a squiggle! We love it.
Louise Bonsall in fuchsia and net
Things we love: when guys and gals get dressed to the nines. Michael Owen and Louise Bonsall make a fantastic-looking pair here—with her in fuchsia headgear.
Princess Anne's matchy-matchy hat and dress
There's something about a full-on traditional look that really tickles us pink and at this year's Royal Ascot, Princess Anne really nails it. She's wearing a pink-and-cream wide-brimmed hat, a floral bodiced-top, pleated midi-skirt, and matching cream shoes and handbag.
Day dresses and fancy hats
You don't need to get all dolled up to wear a fancy hat—you can wear a fabulous headpiece even if you're only sporting a simple day dress!
Don't be afraid of fun new hat shapes—not everything needs to be all classical a la Kate Middleton and the royals. We love this tall, feathered creation on the far left here.
Theme hat-wearing is always awesome
Love animal prints? Why not wear them on your head?
Everyone's a winner at Royal Ascot 2012
Everyone's a fashion winner at Royal Ascot.
Florence Brudenell-Bruce in navy florals and feathers
Florence Brudenell-Bruce wears a hat adorned with midnight blue flowers and feathers.
Lisa Scott-Lee and Faye Tozer in retro-inspired looks
We love Lisa Scott-Lee and Faye Tozer's retro-inspired pin-up girl-esque hats—they look like they just stepped out of a Marilyn Monroe movie.