If you want a hat immediately, take a look at my Ready to Wear Collection. Everything here is already made, and ready to be delivered to you.
Bespoke doesn’t have to mean expensive. Made to order fascinators and headbands start at £50. So, if you see something you like in the Ready to Wear section, but fancy it in a different colour, get in touch with me for a Bespoke Commission.
Of if you just fancy something small and easy to wear, take a look at the Fascinators and Headbands. All immediately available.
Can you make a sprout hat? 180 sprout leaves on wired stems say yes!
My most talked about hat as part of Colchester’s Christmas Carol Festive Trail in December 2022
Red and Blue Swirl Cambridge Wedding
Bold colours and strong lines were the brief for this sinamay hat to pair with a flowing red dress from Boden and fitted navy jacket for a Cambridge College wedding.
A beautiful poppy print Hobbs dress was the starting point for this headpiece.
A delicate handmade silk poppy tops a pale blue silk base for understated elegance.
Orient Express Fascinator
A 1920s millinery technique for ribbon folding was used for the rosette on this headpiece.
The arrow quill complements it perfectly and it was worn at dinner on the Orient Express.
Feather Headpiece, Mother of the Groom
Bright, light and vibrant sums up this feather headpiece made for a mother of the groom.
The colours complemented the flowers in the Veni Infantino dress.
Blue and White, Mother of the Groom
Traditional style, but no muted colours here.
Made from cobalt blue and white sinamay , and trimmed with feathers.
Ready to Wear
A turquoise sinamay saucer adorned with curled peacock swords which sway in the breeze.
Named after the iconic Liberty peacock print.
A handmade silk red rose trims this silk button hat. A wisp of veiling adds to the glamour.
Lined with silk from Sudbury in Suffolk
This sinamay straw sculptured hat is perfect for a summer wedding.
Named after Skopelos, the Greek Island where Mamma Mia was filmed.
A teal green soft wool felt cocktail hat, trimmed with curled goose biots and a vintage brooch.
I’m imagining it being worn for afternoon tea in Vienna.
Stiffened guipure lace creates a headpiece with a difference.
Motifs are individually wired and arranged to give a halo headband which is light and easy to wear
Inspired by Sydney Opera House, and the blue waters of the harbour, this headpiece is made from over 10 meters of ribbon pleated into individual tiles.
Fascinators and Headbands
This headband used to be an eighties style wedding hat. The feathers have been repurposed into a light ethereal headband.
Snowflake? Firework? Cobweb? What’s your interpretation?
Inspired by the ‘Mathematical Bridge’ in Cambridge and pleated with precision.
Do you prefer a deco patterned faux leather, velvet or ribbon?
Red Silk Headband
This everyday headband is made from silk, locally woven in Sudbury in Suffolk.
Easy to wear, it adds elegance to your day.
When you feel you need a little elegant ‘something’ to finish off your outfit, this burgundy lily with a pearl stamen is light and easy to wear.
A teal turquoise base with gently curving twisted biots and a peacock eye,
Something fun and frivolous with a nod to the roaring twenties.
Black and cream are always a classic combination.
A simple buntal straw button, with a knotted cream trim are simply elegant.