Saturday, 31 December 2011

Princess Beatrice wearing Ilda Di Vico couture hat

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On Friday the 23rd December 2011 Princess Beatrice Visited Ilda Di Vico Couture Millinery Boutique in Sunningdale Berkshire.
Princess Beatrice was looking for a hat to wear for Christmas Day Mass at Sandringham.

She spent around 40 minutes trying on many styles and colours including possible hats for Royal Ascot and was extremely impressed with the collection of hats in the boutique and took a few Business Cards and stated that she would return.

She eventually decided on a Black Wool Felt Hat that was finished with a Large Knot in the same fabric. This was from Autumn/Winter Collection 2012. The hat really suited her well and as you can see from the Pictures, she looked amazing. She also purchased another grey hat as a second choice to go with another outfit that she may have worn that day.

Italian Designer Ilda Di Vico has been operating her own label since 2005, gaining both national and international acclaim. A unique style, coupled with high quality has produced hats that have become a huge commercial success.

Ilda's design philosophy encourages pieces that stand out, look individual and continually inspire the imagination of those who both see and wear them.

Due to the recognizable unique design, numerous press releases and celebrity clients, the brand has achieved a somewhat cult status worldwide, making a name for itself in the highly selective and competitive market.

Ilda Di Vico designs hats for people who are not afraid of expressing themselves.