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1 of our favourite hats from this year's new collection.

An unusual hat to make heads turn!

Our new designs for this year includes two flower range. Both types of hats are in our 'Chelsea Flower' collection.

We have designed and hand made 4 lily pad hats. These have been a pleasure to design. Feathers make beautiful flowers perfect for our lily pads.

The images are from one of our  collection. The lily has a button hat base which like the wired leaves are made from sinamay.

This hat is available to buy from our Etsy shop, Adrienne Henry Millinery.

If you would like to hat designed to wear to Ladies day at Royal Ascot please contact email Adrienne, adriennehenrymillinery@gmail.com

www.adriennehenrymillinery.co.uk




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  1. Woww!! I’m so excited after watching those design ,marvelous hat collection for women
    Here are another site there you can find relevant hats Lanesha

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