Small Chocolate Brown fascinator "Minnie"

Small Chocolate Brown fascinator "Minnie"

$250.00

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Arrives by Jun 28-30 if you order today.
Jun 28-30

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  • Handmade
  • Materials: sinamay straw, hand wrapped headband, tulle, veiling, vintage button, stitches and love

MINNIE IN CHOCOLATE Small chocolate brown fascinator on headband with curls veiling and sparkly vintage steel button detail. Kentucky Derby. Easter Bonnet. Wedding guest. Spring luncheon.

Brown and cream dotted sinamay straw base topped with dark chocolate sinamay straw curls, bronze tulle and brown veiling. I've added a small vintage steel button on top for a little bit of shiny glam.

This is a very lightweight headpiece.....and as with all of my millinery, a unique and individually numbered work of wearable art. By purchasing directly from the artist, you are not only supporting the arts, but you are also supporting philanthropy. I share my profits with animal advocacy organizations with every fascinator that I sell. You can read about this on my website, KarenSewellHats.com

TIPS ON WEARING FASCINATORS, HATINATORS, COCKTAIL HATS, and HATS....

Do you want to know the secrets to making the fascinator stay comfortably on your head for hours or even all day long? Read on:


There ARE some tools and secrets used in millinery and by hairdressers that I am happy to share with you. Also, if you plan to visit your hairdresser prior to your hat event (day at the races, wedding, etc....) bring your headpiece along! They can show you how to wear it, and how it will work with your hairstyle to not only look best, but also to help it stay put all day.


Traditionally fascinators are worn on the right side of the head: usually designed to sit cocked at an attractive angle and forward partially across the brow, but there is no steadfast rule about this. Although the majority of fascinators are meant to be worn in the traditional way, some styles can be worn to the left, or even the center. Some are even made specifically to look great at any angle or placement, giving the wearer plenty of flexibility to choose. The best plan is to try the piece on and decide which is the most flattering and comfortable look for you. Try adding some interest by positioning your fascinator to frame your face, then tilt dramatically across the hair line. Also, as a reminder ~ wind and rain do not mix well with delicate headwear so please stay under cover during inclement weather while wearing your special hat.


There are some differences in headpiece construction that may dictate how each piece is worn:

Many of the headpieces that I make are situated on a HEADBAND. The headbands I use are purposefully quite thin so they do not pinch or cause headaches. When wrapping them with the matching satin, I weave in tiny soft silicone teeth and tips for added stability. A fascinator or hatinator on a headband is easy to wear and super easy to place. Even so, I often recommend the use of bobby pins for additional security, especially with some my the larger designs. You can match the pins to the hat or your hair color, and it can be helpful to spritz each bobby pin with hairspray prior to sliding into the hair. Cross the pins in an X shape for extra support, and place with the wavy side down to hold the hair in place. You can even tease the hair just a bit for extra extra security, but that's not usually necessary. I often include coordinated bobby pins with my larger fascinators.

I sometimes prefer to use MILLINERY ELASTIC to secure some of the smaller designs, as this allows for more flexibility of placement. Millinery elastic can be virtually invisible for a very clean (“how does that stay up there?”) appearance. There is no real right or wrong in positioning, so try out a few different angles and go with the look you prefer..... the most flattering and comfortable look for you. The elastic always goes behind your ears, around head and discreetly under the hair. If your fascinator is secured with millinery elastic it is possible the elastic won’t be strong enough to be used alone, especially for a long day or evening of wear. Once again a couple of bobby pins will provide plenty of additional stability.

Sometimes I will add a small COMB or CLIP to a fascinator as a secondary means of attachment for a piece on a headband or with millinery elastic. Fascinators that fasten with a comb should be attached so the comb’s teeth point towards the face. And as always, it’s fine to add a couple of bobby pins or even a hatpin if you like.

HAT PINS are longer than bobby pins, and are placed by sort of weaving them down through the hat material into a few strands of hair, and back up through the hat again. Some headpieces have netting sewn underneath for this purpose. There are some lovely vintage hatpins in shops that will compliment and dress up most any look.

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Brook Sterling May 5, 2020

5 out of 5 stars

Super fast shipping and this Light weight material is perfect. Great seller, highly recommend her product!

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Ronda Sanders May 5, 2020

4 out of 5 stars

Beautiful! A little bit big for my face but works perfect with a head band with buttons for a mask.

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bchubak Jun 22, 2020

5 out of 5 stars

Love this mask with the option of wearing with or without the veil - it is beautiful, well-made, and received many compliments at my sister's socially distanced picnic wedding :)

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