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Friday, May 6, 2011

What's on that Head?

I was having Easter lunch with my host parents when my host dad suggested I write about hats on my blog. He had talked about the various hats he had seen the women wear in church earlier that day. This idea became even definite when I watched the royal wedding. Innocent attendees were not innocent anymore when the hats they wore were scrutinized by everyone interested and not interested in fashion. Some attendees are now known for the great or ridiculous hats (fascinators) they wore, according to some self-proclaimed fashion police. I found that I had a different take on the variety of hats. I paid attention to the style, how and what they were made of. I believe that seeing so many hats in one room should give a fashion-interested soul a jitter of excitement and an opportunity to incorporate designs to whatever form of designs they love. Painters will have the opportunity to paint something in respect to the shapes and colors they saw. Hat designers will have the opportunity to make hair pieces that they are sure people will wear. Even clothing designers can determine what's in and what's out in the world of fashion by coordinating outfits with hair pieces. Since I think I belong to all the listed categories, I'll just do everything. By the way, props to Princess Beatrice for wearing a "gaga-esque" hat that kept the tongues of critics wagging.  

(ukoemem - Author; Ola Y - Editor; libbythesecond.blogspot.com - Photo)

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