Learn About Fascinators
Perfect for all your special occassions
Fascinators are occasional headpieces that are usually worn for weddings, races, bar mitzvah’s, garden parties and other special occasions. At UK weddings guests traditionally wear fascinators, the mother of the bride and the mother of the groom often choose elaborate headpieces, however that is not always the cause. Fascinators are also traditional worn at horse racing events, indeed fascinators and hats have become compulsory headwear for ladies day for the Royal Ascot and Grand National racing events.
& Other Special Occassions
How to wear a Fascinator
A fascinator can be worn in various ways, most commonly on the right side of the head. This dates back to when a gentleman walked on a lady’s left hand side. However, they can be worn on the left or in the center depending on the design. At the end of the day it’s your fascinator, your style and your occasion. You choose your way.
All the types you need
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The Headband fascinator is definitely our most popular. They are easy to wear and are stable on the head. Various thickness of bands are available. The band can be hidden with your hair or shown so it stands out.
Comb fascinators are suitable for ladies with thicker, longer hair as they grip onto the hair. A comb fascinator can be used to hold the hair back, away from the face.
Clips are suitable for light weight fascinators. The fascinator can be worn at any angle and on any part of the head/hair. You can even clip them to a larger fascinator to make a bespoke headpiece.