Sunday 14 September 2014


I've always been a massive fan of hats and I don't know many women who aren't.  However, most of us don't get the opportunity to wear them in our day to day lives.   But a wedding is the PERFECT opportunity and if you're looking for that special finishing touch to complete your outfit then you need to meet Lisa Von Hallwyl.

Lisa creates bespoke designs and can literally make any shape or style.  All her pieces are style statements and she has an incredible number of different designs.  But, not only that, you can even design the hat yourself and match the colour to exactly fit your outfit!

Taking the stress out of choosing the perfect accompaniment to your outfit is Lisa's aim.  She works closely with her clients, starting with an initial consultation to discuss your vision - identifying the perfect design, style & colour through sketches and trying on different hats.  Lisa even takes into consideration your face shape, height and size and, as every piece of the finished item is hand made your hat will be totally individual to you.

The final fitting and measurement service ensures the end result is a unique bespoke piece of artwork, designed to complement your perfectly.

But Lisa's headwear isn't just for the Mother of the Bride and guests, she also does a stunning range of bridal pieces including intricately embellished lace veils, beautifully constructed tiaras and delicate fascinators.

Lisa's hats regularly appear in the press, featuring in Tatler, the Telegraph & The Mirror, to name just a few, and they are a massive favourite with the racing crowd - always at the forefront of millinery wear.  Lisa's also a regular on BBC Radio Gloucestershire

If, like me, you don't really need an excuse to wear a hat, Lisa also does a fabulous daywear collection  All her hats are available to hire as well as to buy (although you really won't want to give them back!)

If you can't find me at the fair I can pretty much guarantee this is where I'll be loitering ... mooning over Lisa's glorious designs!

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