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We have all the best UK prices for headpiece fascinators which are delightful accessories for adding a touch of class to any special outfit.

Our range of stunning fascinators is brought to you by leading UK fashion stores including John Lewis, Coast, Milanoo UK, M&S, Amazon and Glitz4Girlz. Prices range from under £10 to more than £50 for a designer quality accessory.

Fascinators with bows, ribbons, mesh, netting, lace, flowers, beads or feathers - you'll find them all here in a variety of colours and styles.

If you are searching for a stylish fascinator for a wedding or other special occaision, we’re confident you’ll find something that appeals to you here.

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A fascinator is a truly stylish accessory for your special outfit

Our huge range of hair fascinators can help you look great for any special occasion. They really are fit for a princess and are worn regularly by many members of the Royal family including the Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton.

We bring you dozens of top quality fascinators from major UK stores including Debenhams, Marks & Spencer, Bhs, Hats and Caps, John Lewis, Ebay, Amazon, Milanoo UK, Glitz4Girlz, Moonsave, Not On The High Street and Coast.

An elegant fascinator. like those for sale here, will add the finishing touch to your appearance and outfit if you are attending a special event where you need to look your best - maybe a day at the races, a wedding, christening or other formal occasion.

A cheap fascinator will cost under £20 but you can expect to pay quite a bit more for a really top quality product made from the finest materials. Some come with a protective dust bag to keep you headpiece in top top condition for any special event.

The fascinator is soaring in popularity as a must-have fashion item for a special event - and it's become even more popular since the Duchess of Cambridge has been seen wearing one.

Ever since her engagement was announced to Prince William, Kate Middleton has been at the forefront of media attention. Darling of the public, she is without a doubt the most iconic, trend-setting royal.

Every outfit she wears causes a frenzy of lookalike styling as her adoring public strive to match her glamour.

One accessory that the Duchess of Cambridge is fond of, whether it be for weddings or royal walkabouts, is the fascinator and thanks to her they are experiencing a real fashion revival.

If you are not as familiar with the world of formal head-wear as your average royal here's some advice to help you pick the perfect fascinator to charm your prince!

So, what exactly are they? A fascinator is not a proper hat as such, but more of a light and stylish one-size-fits-all embellishment for your hair which can really add class to a formal outfit.

Fascinators are an alternative headwear to hats and very much suited to formal occasions such as wedding or Ladies Day at Ascot Races.

Generally they are more flexible and jaunty than a hat and can be subtle and subdued or really quite dramatic.

They can be really fun and have limitless options. Some of the most common features you'll find on them are flowers, bows, loops of ribbon, lace, beads and feathers (something the Duchess seems particularly fond of).

A fascinator secures to your head with an attached comb or hair band. Some styles also feature a hair clip that can mean that the fascinator can double up as a broach or corsage giving you even more versatility in your look.

Wedding Fascinators for Guests: Weddings are the time that most people will wear a fascinator. They make a beautiful alternative to a traditional hat and there will always be one available to match the style and colour of your outfit. We feature a range of colours including white, black, brown, gold, silver, yellow, cerise, green, blue, beige, fawn, tan, purple and pink.

For a wedding you will probably want something stylish yet understated - you don't want to take the attention away from the bride!

Fascinators for the Bridal Party: Many brides are choosing them as pretty and unusual head-pieces for their bridesmaids.This is a lovely idea as bridesmaids can keep them and often use them again in the future, something you can't always do a ring of flowers! And if a bride's outfit is contemporary in styling a fascinator is a chic alternative to a conventional veil or hat.

Bridal fascinators often feature decorative veils as well as adornments such as crystals - they give a very sophisticated look to the modern bride. It's also something the mother of the bride might want to consider, especially if she wants to look young as well as elegant.

Fascinators for other special occasions: Everyone knows that Ladies Day at the races is about making a fashion statement with your hat, as well as with your outfit - an unusual and extravagant fascinator is guaranteed to catch the attention of the crowds at any special sporting, formal or social event.

But if you're not lucky enough to go to Ascot, there are still some great occasions where you want to be formal but but feel like an alterative to a hat - a graduation, garden party, summer ball or any outdoor summer event.

If you are unsure about how formally to dress, a delicate fascinator gives you a safe 'in between' option where you can look pretty, and feminine without feeling over-dressed.

These fashionable headpieces are available in a huge range of colours including black, white, silver, gold, blue, red, beige, cerise, purple, yellow, brown, grey, green, pink, peach, ivory and turquoise.

So, if you have a formal event to attend and really want to turn heads, why not borrow the Duchess of Cambridge's look and opt for a fascinator instead of a hat?

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