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The Best Hats That Were Featured At The Royal Wedding

The Best Hats That Were Featured At The Royal Wedding

Here are the best hats we saw at the Royal Wedding! See who was wearing what, and what we thought about the fascinators and hats worn at the most important event of the year!

Who had the best hats at the Royal Wedding? With the celebrations underway in glorious summer sunshine, royal guests and A-List celebrities appeared looking observably chic from outfits to fascinators and of course, hats. We have rounded up some of our favourite choices of hats and which royal guests pulled off their status fashionably, and the A-list celebrities who delivered their notoriety on Prince Harry’s and Meghan Markle’s big day!

The Queen

Queen Elizabeth appeared at the wedding of her son and stood out wearing formal couture constructed of formal lime green fabric. The Queen definitely demonstrated that lime green is still fashionable and a favourable colour to wear in spring. To coordinate the outfit, The Queen wore an elegant matching hat with the addition of a finely feathered magenta accessory for a dazzling finish.

The Best Hats That Were Featured At The Royal Wedding

Kate Middleton (Duchess of Cambridge)

The Duchess of Cambridge arrived at the wedding wearing a flattering, intricately designed hat in cream which boasted a contemporary fashion statement that brought joy and calm. In addition, her daughter Charlotte waved to audiences with a chain of white roses in a fabulously designed fascinator to win the hearts of those watching the Royal Wedding. The pair stood out hand in hand with beautiful accessories to coordinate their outfits and symbolise happiness.

The Best Hats That Were Featured At The Royal Wedding.

Sophie Wessex and Lady Louise

Sophie, Countess of Wessex appeared with daughter Lady Louise by her side mixing classic and contemporary. Sophie wore classic chrome with a light grey dress with a delicate hat with the addition of soft feathers. Lady Louise wore a modern hat using monochrome colours black, grey and white styled with her coordinating outfit of elegant design. They both matched while looking different, pulling off the classic and contemporary look well.

The Best Hats That Were Featured At The Royal Wedding.

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Amal Clooney

The British-Lebanese barrister and wife of American actor George Clooney appeared at the Royal Wedding wearing a beautifully crafted summer dress in the perfect shade of yellow. Is it any surprise that Amal’s outfit is the most searched from the wedding? She definitely had one of the best hats! Styling yellow in confidence and elegance, the outfit was completed beautifully with a hat topped off with the addition of a sequined net. Amal dressed a timeless approach to the use of yellow in summer with a new classic take by wearing plain yellow, styling it with glimmer and bright confidence.

The Best Hats That Were Featured At The Royal Wedding.

Doria Ragland

Doria Ragland, mother of Meghan Markle arrived all smiles to support the bride to be, bridging design and colours to express her joy on the big day. Doria styled a glamorous, flourishing matte green with stitched white flowers, representing new beginnings and love’s blossoming. Wearing a minimalistic plain white hat added an innocent touch, and was a cutting-edge piece to a day to be remembered forever.

The Best Hats That Were Featured At The Royal Wedding.

Fergie

Designer Sarah Ferguson a.k.a. Fergie looked fierce in royal blue as she made her way at the Royal Wedding. Fergie did not disappoint when it came to delivering an achieved sense of style that was tailored to express confidence with class. To remedy a sense of plain, the outfit was touched by a tone of light pink which coordinated beautifully with the blue adding light and dark together. This featured a hat with an elaborate net design to complete the outfit with glamour.

The Best Hats That Were Featured At The Royal Wedding.

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Princess Beatrice

Princess Beatrice switched up her style alongside Princess Eugenie in contrast to 2011’s Royal Wedding going for something subtle, while remaining glamorous. Princess Beatrice decided to go avant-garde in midnight azure, with a pretty and peculiar headpiece matching her outfit perfectly achieving a contemporary sense of style definitively.

The Best Hats That Were Featured At The Royal Wedding.

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Princess Eugenie

Alongside Princess Beatrice, Princess Eugenie also kept it individualistic and fresh using a light shade of summer sky blue. By keeping it subtle and classical, the princess wore a beautiful white to coordinate the outfit and pulled her own sense of style off graciously.

The Best Hats That Were Featured At The Royal Wedding.

Victoria Beckham

Victoria Beckham fully-fledged dark cerulean to the wedding pledging a professional upstyle coordination with a detailed hat with net. The designer demonstrated a knack for individualism and self-expression wearing a decoratively designed hat voluptuously to complete the outfit, ready for the royal celebrations. She looked super chic, and had one of the best hats worn at the Royal Wedding.

The Best Hats That Were Featured At The Royal Wedding.

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Lady Kitty Spencer

Lady Kitty Spencer took to the Royal Wedding in a striking spring green looking gorgeously graceful and self-assured. Wearing the outfit showed a reinforcement of classic fabric styled with a contemporary feminine design while using the beautiful colour of jade to signify fresh beginnings and embarking on a new journey. The hat is an alluring feature to the outfit with a complex net design using rope and feather, making it a perfect outfit to watch the newly royal weds tie the knot.

The Best Hats That Were Featured At The Royal Wedding.

These were some of the best hats that were featured at the Royal Wedding. Which ones are your favourites and who do you think styled them well with their outfits?

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