A series of royal weddings have left the fashionable woman wanting to look as magnificent as any princess. As the summer approaches, halo fascinators abound on magazine pages and in millinery boutiques. The fun of the fascinator is the way that it seems to defy gravity, while adding style and social kudos to its wearer.
Sitting lightly on top of the head, the halo fascinator can support flowers, feathers and loops of ribbon, or trail net veils and dangle with faux jewels. One, lovely metaphor is the wedding band fascinator, a halo of gold that sits on the head, and sports a motif of sequins and glass beads at the front, the “diamond” of the ring.
For a mysterious and sophisticated look, choose a fashinator bound in black lace and embellished with red stones. For an extra touch of fun, add a black or red Venetian carnival mask. Whatever fascinator you choose, let it be an expression of you.