22 Most Extraordinary Hats at Pippa Middleton’s Wedding

No British wedding is complete without some really exquisite millinery. While American weddings focus mostly on shoes and jewelry, English nuptials require guests to wear a great variety of other accessories – fascinators, headbands, hair pieces and, of course, hats. As expected, at Pippa and James Matthews’ wedding all the above mentioned head pieces didn’t disappoint. Pippa rocked a gentle veil from Stephen Jones Milliner, while her elegant guests showed off toppers decorated with lace, frills and feathers. Here are the most stunning hats from Pippa and James’ Berkshire ceremony.



Kate Middleton rocked an exquisite head piece from none other than Alexander McQueen. She’s looking more dapper than ever in this gentle hat!



White is definitely the go-to color when you want to look neat and stylish. Donna Air’s simple, yet elegant hat completes her lovely look.



Princess Eugenie of York obviously doesn’t really care about all the hype surrounding hats. While her Juliette Botterill hat might not be that astounding, her Paul Ka navy dress is certainly among the most stunning garments we’ve seen on the event.



There’s no such thing as ‘too exquisite’ when it comes to weddings and millinery!

Guests go to great lengths to appear in the most stunning hats imaginable. We think this lady might be wearing the most extraordinary hat of them all!



Katie Redman’s plum-hued jumpsuit is an ideal match to her black-and-white hat. The bow looks truly exquisite!



This gorgeous navy hat just screams ‘classy’. Combining it with striped apricot jacket was a truly bold move!



Tallulah Goldsmith, the cousin of the bride, rocked a printed Mary Katrantzou dress with an incredibly gentle pink hat. It’s the cutest hair piece out of all!

We have one word for this hat – lilacs. The flowers look authentic and create a truly charming look with a flirty white veil.



Flowers never go out of fashion, do they? This chrysanthemum-like head piece definitely goes well with the fawn dress and matching heels.



This dark head piece might be a little bit funeral-ish, but why not? As long as it looks stylish.



One of the guests wore a mimosa yellow dress accompanied by a sky-blue hat filled with flowers and butterflies. This summery look is like a breath of fresh air!

Emma Roupell couldn’t have looked lovelier in her blue tiered ruffled dress combined with a veiled hat.



One of the guests stunned everyone with a bright printed dress accompanied by a gentle pink fascinator, while the other went for a more dramatic look and sported a wide-brimmed black hat that went really well with her dark jacket and lilac dress.



Don’t know what hair piece to choose? Go for a pink fascinator! It’s both eye-catching and elegant.

This hat is a real statement piece!



Sometimes all you need to look chic is don a hat that matches the color of your dress. And voila!



One of the guests appeared in a floral dress combined with an equally floral hat. This fuchsia color is super lovely!



Carole Middleton, the mother of the bride, outshined everyone in her light pink coat dress from Catherine Walker teamed with a Juliette Botterill hat and a happy smile.

Long gone are the times when only men wore top hats. This is definitely an unusual take on the classical shape.



Lady Gabriella Windsor knows a thing or two about style. She created a perfect look with a Catherine Walker & Co. tweed jacket and a beige wide-brimmed hat.



Jane Matthews, the groom’s mother, went for an ice-blue coat dress and a matching hat with a chic architectural design.