As we head into the eagerly awaited second season of Bridgerton, we look forward to another helping of drama amongst our favourite aristocrats and, of course, some fabulous hats.
A whopping 82 million viewers tune into this incredibly popular series and, a great many of those confess to the fact that one of the biggest draws of the program is the clothing and headwear. From towering top hats to perfectly pretty pansies, we take a look at some of the top Bridgerton hats – and how you can recreate the look:
Over the top
As Bridgerton head gear goes, Cressida takes the crown – quite literally with her over the top masterpiece. A cross between snow queen and a forest sprite, this crown was certainly a head turner. For your next special occasion, try a toned down version of Cressida’s topper with a gold straw hat with flower detail for the wow without the whoah!
Bridgerton favourite, Daphne, is a demon for her florals – and she quite often lets it go to her head. Daphne’s floral headpiece is one of the prettiest that we’ve seen and, we can’t wait to recreate the look with some fabulous flowers of our own for summer weddings in 2022.
The inimitable Mrs Danbury is very fond of a top hat – which is a great look if you can pull it off! This style can be a little daunting for newbies and, if you don’t quite have Mrs Danbury’s boldness, it’s best to start small with a show-stopping but smaller version of this classic look.
A fascination with fascinators
The ladies of Bridgerton do love a fascinator – and so do we. A staple of wedding season, the fascinator is a great way to supersize an outfit, without hiding your ‘do and, the great news is that there are plenty to choose from. Make a statement with a bold and bright design or, go all demure with a simply floral style.
You can leave your hat on
As we await our next Bridgerton fix- and a new season of fabulous frocks and hair raising hats, many of you will be thinking about investing in your own pieces for 2022. In an ideal world, we’d all have Daphne’s wardrobe – and a budget to match but, if you can only stretch to one piece, it’s always a good idea to go for a classic style in a neutral tone which see you through all of your summer events – and beyond.