Chesca has found a line of hatinators and fascinators that act as hats but are easier to wear and ultra-stylish. From large hatinators to smaller fascinators, you can go in style with headwear that is super trendy.
Add a stylish finishing touch to your outfit and stand out from the crowd with our selection of hats and fascinators. We've got a great selection to suit every occasion. Hatinators & Fascinators come in lots of shapes, sizes and styles with feathers, fabrics, diamante and natural sinamay that will compliment your outfit, with grand elegant disks covered with floral lace or elegant mesh bows.
Hatinators & Fascinators are the perfect accessory for a wedding outfit, whether you’re the mother of the bride or wedding guest. Or to look the part for a day at the races next time your at Epsom, Ascot or The Grand National.
What Is a Fascinator?
When it comes to headpieces, the current trend is towards something called a fascinator. A fascinator is really a small to medium size headpiece that is adorned with feathers, pearls, beads and other embellishments that make them a glamorous accessory to almost any outfit. Some are extremely decorative whilst others are a bit plainer but much more elegant. Fascinators are attached to the hair with a clip, comb or headband so that they can be kept in place throughout the day.
What Is a Hatinator?
Similar to a fascinator, a hatinator resembles a real hat but is kept on the head with a headband. These tend to be somewhat larger than a fascinator, with some of the most stylish hatinators often being mistaken for real hats. Hatinators are embellished with flowers, feathers, bows and beads.
Complementing Your Outfit with Hatinators & Fascinators
Bearing in mind that some hatinators and fascinators are extremely ornate, it is important to choose just the right piece to complement your outfit. Although you can wear them during the day when out and about, many are designed to accent formal or semi-formal attire. Chesca has a lovely Lilac and White Flower Grand Hatinator that has graced the head of many a bride and as for the bridal party, hatinators or fascinators are chosen based on the colour of gowns they are wearing.