Would it be a royal wedding without a fascinator?

Harry and Meghan’s wedding is still trending days later. This is obviously doesn’t come as a surprise, this is the royal wedding we are talking about! .Like every good royal wedding, it was all about the hats, the dresses and the posh tails for guests who attended the May 19 wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle in Windsor.

It may have been a wedding with a twist but one thing hasn’t changed: are guests arriving in hats.  Friends, family members and celebrity guests turned out in an array of colorful and sculptural hats, fascinators and some crafted by the world’s leading milliners.

Our team we have collated some of our favorite hats and fascinators from the royal wedding.  We surely think these can inspire you.

Winfrey wore a ’70s inspired wide-brimmed hat by Philip Treacy — embellished with an extravagant floral arrangement. Dressed in dusty pink and cream — Winfrey takes on all the colors associated with springtime weddings.

Lady Kitty Spencer, who arrived at Windsor in a teal green fascinator with a knotted sculptural feature.



Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall, wore an elaborate pastel pink tilted hat that incorporated swooping silk feathers. This, too, was also designed by Philip Treacy.



Serena Williams, a close friend of Meghan Markle wore a delicate and seasonal ruffled fascinator matched perfectly with her long sleeved pink Versace dress. “The dress is the perfect foil to a tall and imposing sculptural headpiece,” fashion commentator Caryn Franklin says.




The Duchess of York is wearing a navy dress and matching jacket with white piping by Emma Louise Design. Her hat and veil were designed by milliner Jess Collett.


Kate Middleton’s mother arrives in a pale green dress. Kate Middleton’s mother wore a light blue/green dress with matching fascinator for the royal wedding.


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