Wife of Top Jockey: Lizzie Hughes shares some of her Millinery Favourites

The flat season is still in full swing and with Ladies Day tomorrow at Glorious Goodwood we asked Lizzie Hughes, daughter of Champion Trainer Richard Hannon, wife to top jockey Richard Hughes and owner of the Marlborough boutique, Lizzie’s Hats, to hand pick a few of her favourite hats.

We are proud to feature this beautifully unique selection of hats and headpieces, all available for hire at www.lizzieshats.com

Lizzie’s top picks:

This hat is by siggi and is the one I have chosen to front my business cards as it is amazing and a real stand out piece.

This hat is by Edel Ramberg who is based in Galway. It is the sweetest headpiece in a coral colour with quirky detail that makes it special.

I really love this hat as it is simple yet has a really lovely shape. It’s not too big. I added the silk flower myself and it has transformed this hat into an attractive hat of a fashionable colour.

This headpiece is by Dawn Guibert who has hand sewn 2000 Swarovski crystals on to this butterfly which is on a steel re-enforced beret because of the weight but it is comfortable to wear. The crystals change colour in the light and compliment many outfits.

This hat is by Philip Treacy and is really popular with its unusual shape, a stunner.

This hat was worn by my mother in the carriages twenty years ago in the royal procession on ladies day at royal ascot. It is by Rachel Trevor-Morgan who is one of the best there is. It’s classic and beautiful and one of my all time favourites.

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