Purple Fuchsia Ombre Peacock & Pheasant Large Button Headpiece Fascinator Ascot Hat MN174
DESCRIPTIONBeautiful Hand Made Fascinator called "Geena", made to order in 15 working days.
Geena is a striking headpiece on a Fuchsia Graduating to Purple Ombre Large Button Base, with Feather Arrangement of Peacock Feathers, on a Bed of Purple Swan and Ringneck Pheasant Feathers centred with a Deep Pink and Purple Tsumami Kanzashi Flower with a little Crystal Button sparkling from the centre.
Curling out of the back of the cluster and over the body of the headpiece is a pretty Fuchsia Burnt Pheasant Feather.
Button Measures 6" Diameter (Large enough for the Royal Ascot Royal Enclosure). Feather Arrangement Measures approx 7" width x 6" Height.
Attaches using comb underneath Button, and an elastic that you wrap under your hair, around back of head. If don't wish to use elastic it can simple be folded up inside the headpiece.
This Headpiece is made to order and the Exact Silver Crystal Button at the centre of the Tsumami Kanzashi Flower may not always be the exact same crystal button, but will always be a 10-12mm crystal button.
Please allow 15 working days for the fascinator to be made to order, before the fascinator is dispatched.
Condition : New
Product Code : MN174
Had a purple dress that looked really pretty but I didn''t want to wear a lone colour. My friend told me about wearing it with magenta so I went on hunt and found this, and fell in love. When it arrived it was simply stunning and allowed me to wear magenta shoes and handbag with the purple dress to really brighten it up. Proceeded to receive compliments the entire ladies day at Aintree. T
Sarah Sinclair | Liverpool | April 2013
This fascinator is simply stunning - a piece of art not just headwear. Two tone base is just so clever in two colours that work perfect, then the feather arrangement gorgeous. If you want a design for the derby that is unique, striking and made with precision rather than knocked out of a machine, then I recommend these pieces highly. Counting down the days to the derby so I can show mine off!!!
Cynthia Thomas | Elkhart, Indiana | March 2013