This one is gone... but I can make you another one. No two are exactly alike but it will be very similar. Off-white Silk Tiny Top Hat with Swarovsky Crystals, is there a wedding?
Offwhite Silk Tiny Top Hat with Swarovsky Crystals
- Your wedding never looked so chic with this beautiful little hat. The material is off-white silk, complete with beads and delicate flower designs and Swarovski Crystals and a soft beige ribbon Bustle. Don't forget the ribbon flowers and rhinestone center piece with a white tassel, just to add sass and funky simple feathers. It has white netting that can be left out or tucked away or wrapped beneath your hat to accent it from below. And of course, as always, there is a helping of love. Or perhaps your dress is already picked out? Might your extra wedding gown material make an awesome hat? Hummm... I can do that for you in a special order. Jacqueline looks glorious in this white hat and my dangle earrings. The hat is light and attaches easily with professional wig clips sewn on opposite sides of the hat making it secure and great for dancing the night away. I make each top hat from scratch with my own unique base so no two hats are EVER alike. Getting the curve in the top hat was my main challenge. It's awesome for a Renaissance Faire. Not Too Tiny... It's brim is approximately 6" wide and it's 4" tall, with a net train. White gemstone earrings might be just the ticket to make the grooms mother declare you a "keeper!" See the white ones listed here: White Wedding is from my refined generation of Tiny Top Hats. It's light and yet very sturdy. It has an awesome shape that's tilted to the right. I've shown Lane rocking another of my White Tiny Top Hats that he got from me at PEX!!!! He looks awesome. If you have no hair but really like this hat I can attach ribbon to wear around your neck or if you have a need for a special top hat to match a particular outfit just let me know. I'd love to make you something awesome! My first Tiny Top Hat was made from a drink cozy we got on the way out of Burning Man, Duct Tape, a Paper plate, glue & fabric. I made it for myself for the Lost Circus Temple fundraiser out in Brooklyn two years ago, it weighed a ton, but I loved it!