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My Lovely Hat - The Classic Simply Audrey Design


 My Lovely Hat!




Simply Audrey!

This is a very happy lady who had one of our bespoke hats handmade for her.

When having a hat designed there are many factors to take into account. The overall appearance is important. 

For a special occasion each part of the outfit should be taken into consideration, the dress for some is the starting point, for a few, it is the hat. If a client sees a design they particularly like, one which suits the shape of their face and isn't too large or too small, this is often a good starting point. 

This hat, which suited Jean perfectly, was an easy choice. Black is a classic colour as is a black and white dress. If the colour suits you there is very little which can go wrong if everything else falls into place.



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