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Fascinator Hats

Fascinator hats are actually clip-on headpieces that can be worn as an alternative to the traditional hat. Although these iconic accessories date all the way back to the late 1800s, they peaked in popularity in the 20th century thanks to fashion trailblazers like Audrey Hepburn, Coco Chanel and — more recently — Princess Kate Middleton. Almost exclusively worn at formal occasions like black tie galas or weddings, fascinator hats are sometimes referred to as cocktail hats today.

  • Giovannio Petra Sinamay Fascinator

    Giovannio Petra

    Sinamay Fascinator

    color:

    DustyPnkgold

    Price: $69.00
  • Marzi Elegant - Sinamay/Silk Hatinator Made in Italy

    Marzi Elegant

    Sinamay/Silk Hatinator Made in Italy

    Regular Price: $475.00

    Special Price: $380.00

  • Giovannio Tamati Wide Brim Hatinator

    Giovannio Tamati

    Wide Brim Hatinator

    Choose Color:

    Black/Gold

    Price: $295.00
  • Marzi Sophisticate Wide Brim Dress Hat

    Marzi Sophisticate

    Wide Brim Dress Hat Made in Italy

    color:

    Cuc/Blknvy/blk

    Regular Price: $545.00

    Special Price: $436.00

  • Belfry Divine Asymmetrical Sinamay Hatinator

    Belfry Divine

    Asymmetrical Sinamay Hatinator

    color:

    Black/BlackGold/Blk

    Price: $229.00

Always stylish pillbox fascinators are a truly ideal accessory for ladies who want to pay tribute to the trendsetters that came before (think Jackie Onassis Kennedy). At Hats in the Belfry, we carry pillbox hats as well as peacock feather fascinators in many colors and styles to ensure that you get the exact look you’re after. We also carry cute top hat fascinators, floral fascinators and French net or silk fascinators that are popular among brides. These works of art are made with exceptional materials like genuine silk, horsehair, coque feathers and sinamay straw.

Fascinator Hats

Fascinator hats are actually clip-on headpieces that can be worn as an alternative to the traditional hat. Although these iconic accessories date all the way back to the late 1800s, they peaked in popularity in the 20th century thanks to fashion trailblazers like Audrey Hepburn, Coco Chanel and — more recently — Princess Kate Middleton. Almost exclusively worn at formal occasions like black tie galas or weddings, fascinator hats are sometimes referred to as cocktail hats today.

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