With Royal Ascot 2015 looming around the corner in four days time; we take a look at the hats we loved from last year and how you can get the look with Bee Smith Millinery.
This Natalie Ellner headpiece is a sure eyecatcher, get a similar look with the Josephine headpiece by Bee Smith(right).
Make up artist Olga Stepanenko chose a madhatter inspired hat, why not follow in her footsteps with this fun pink teacup by Bee Smith(right).
Some of our favourite Ascot 2014 hats! These ladies opted for artist palette inspired hats, complete with paint brushes! Striking and fun; they definetely made a statement.
Presenter and Stylist Martha Ward showed off her fashionable eye with her choice of Jane Taylor hat. The cream and pastel colouring along with the netting add elegance; get this look with Bee’s Felt Bow and Veil headpiece.
Blogger Christine chose a lovely hue of pink with this design by She She. Pinks a great summer colour especially for a summery event such as the races; get the look with Bee’s Georigia Silk Roses hat.
Another eccentric design from Ascot 2014; Bee’s Alice in Wonderland headpiece makes for a similar look.
Black and white doesnt have to mean sombre, this look is very elegant. The low brim adds a sense of intrigue and mystery, as not all of the face can be seen from certain angles. Bee’s Suzy sinamay brim hat is perfect for Royal Ascot, with diamantes adding that edge of glamour(right).
This racegoer showed just how effective pleats can be within a headpiece. Bee’s Gold Pleats headpiece is the perfect way to add that metallic touch to your Ascot outfit.
Vintage girl band The Tootsie Rollers will be returning to Ascot this year to perform. Bee has designed their hats for day 1 and 2 of the races. Look out for them, and the fun designs that await you!
We hope this post has helped inspire you for Ascot 2015. Why not be a bit daring and wear something different and eccentric? As you can see, you will not be alone. Have fun with your hats! We look forward to showing you what we’ve been up to and the styles we’ve created for Ascot 2015.