Sunday, 11 March 2012



Thats me looking good with my fascinator ;-)

After watching the Royal Wedding of William and Kate, women were streaming into the shop asking me for fascinators. Not even knowing their name they just had to describe them for me to instantly
know what it was and within afew days have them fully stocked in the shop.
The Royal wedding was obviously the TREND setter for the now infashion FASCINATORS.

(Kate Middleton looking Glamourous with her fascinator)

A Fascinator is a fashionable hair accessory worn on the head. It may resemble a small hat but is held in place by a band, clip, pin or comb. Fascinators are usually worn by women, along with formal attire. Fascinators may be made from a variety of materials including sinamay, feathers, grosgrain, swarovski crystals, satin, silk, and tulle.

A Fascinator can be worn to weddings, christenings, a day at the races, cocktail and garden parties. Brides may prefer a veiled Fascinator to a tiara, and the bridesmaids and other members of the wedding party may like to wear matching or complimentary wedding Fascinators

(ladys looking glam at the royal wedding)

Here are some of the commonly sold fascinators found in  Kenya, and obviously in my shop!


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