Fascinator Hats: Love Them or Hate Them?

Kate Middleton
and her Royal Wedding guests have recently propelled the fascinator hat back into fashion. Milliners like Philip Treacy and Stephen Jones have been creating elaborate styles with feathers, ribbons, lace, flowers, and bows for some of the world's leading designers and princesses worldwide, but most women have stayed clear of the accessory. After seeing a parade of them entering Buckingham Palace, ladies are fascinated with the trend and are dabbling with the thought of investing in one on sites like Etsy.com. But the headpieces, which faded in popularity by the 1970s, are clearly not for everyone. You have to be bold, confident, and ahead of the curve to hold your head high in one of these.

What do you think of this trend? Would you ever wear a fascinator?

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