Like us at heatworld you’ve probably got a wedding or two to go to this summer (we’ve got three heatworld brides over the next few months!) and chances are your thoughts have tuned to hats. Is a Kate Moss style trilby too casual? When is a fascinator not a fascinator? And what about hat hair? There’s only one thing to do. Seek hat-iquette advice from the Queen of wedding headwear The Duchess of Cambridge. Here’s our fave Kate Middleton hat moments .
Customise an old hat by adding a flower corsage in a shade that matches your outfit.
This beret style is fab for a wedding with any kind of vintage theme, this shape works best with hair that's either half or fully up
For a posh church 'do you can really go to town with a big brim and eye catching shape, keep it in a neutral tone though to avoid be too look at me
Black is generally frowned upon for a sumemr wedding but if you don't like bright colour, navy is a super chic alternative
For a civil service you'll get away with a small brooch style headdress. You can even use old jewellery, just glue to a grip or slide for a subtle nod to a hat.
A brim that rises above the face like this is really flattering to the face, team with a colour pop lipstick for max impact
If you're brave enough a supersized brim is very elegant. Keep the rest of the look simple though.
When it comes to fascinators you need something substantial to avoid looking to Ascot-y