Bridal Hats: Avant-Guarde Alternatives To The Veil

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I am truly in love with this new trend of the “Bridal Hat” and I thought you might be as well! I think it’s such an exciting original way to accessorize a wedding dress. This will inspire many brides next spring and summer… here is what I found so far.

A Bohemian-inspired floppy hat can add some edge to even the most formal of gowns. For winter weddings, go for wool. If it’s summer, consider a fancy sunhat or straw big brim hat with a big white bow.

 To search for this style, search for keywords: Bohemian, Western, Round Brim, Floppy Hats

Oversized, glamorous headpieces are so much fun. When else do you get to look like you popped right out of Vogue? It’s your day. You’re the Queen. Go all out!

To search for this style, search for keywords: “Oversized Bridal Headpiece”

 For that “Great Gatsby” flavor, pair your gown with a flapper-inspired cap. Other Art-Deco looks can be created by adding a wrapped turban, velour or felt cloche, headband or bucket hat to your beautiful head.

To search for this style, search for keywords: Cloche, Bridal Flapper

You can also combine veils with other forms of hats and hairpieces. If western style is your thing, a cowgirl hat with an attached veil may be the way you want to formally lasso in your spouse! Top hats with veils can give you a rocker look.

 To search for this style, search for keywords: Top Hat With Veil, Cowgirl Hat With Veil

Fascinators and hatinators with feathers, pearls, flowers or silk will fascinate your attendees and captivate your new life partner.

To search for this style, search for keywords: Hatinator, Fascinator

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