It’s almost the weekend. Let’s turban it over to Hattingdon.

Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II has worn turbans throughout her reign giving them a royal touch as we just saw.

One of the most iconic screen stars of all time Elizabeth Taylor gave the turbans she wore drama and unlimited sex appeal.

Look how exquisite model Rosie Huntington-Whiteley looks posing in a simple turban from a 2014 photo shoot for Violet Grey ( Yes the jewels help but I admit I am equally fascinated with the manicure. Love it. Back to hats!

"I love Elizabeth Taylor.  I've always seen her as the ultimate FEMME FATALE". — Rose Huntington-Whitely.  (For Violet Grey). Click to visit original image and more.
“I love Elizabeth Taylor. I’ve always seen her as the ultimate FEMME FATALE”. — Rose Huntington-Whitely. (For Violet Grey). Click image to visit source.

Now it’s Hattingon’s turn, so let’s turban it over to her.

We (that’s the royal we — Hattingdon and I) have reinterpreted the Anita design from 2013 from a multi colored turban with cross branded front to a rich black throughout giving it a sleeker look and more durable appeal.

Isn’t she lovely? We hope she brings you a hatful of smiles!

Anita Hattingdon Black. © Vivian Grant Farrell.
ANITA HATTINGDON BLACK. © Vivian Grant Farrell.

Hattingdon Hat Tip

If you have an extra large lightweight scarf, Glamorai shows how to tie one on, so to speak, turning it into a fabulous turban. If you don’t have a suitable scarf check the vintage shops this weekend and surprise your friends with this look at Sunday brunch or by the pool. This look never goes out of style.

Thank you for being here. Have a great weekend and see you again soon.

Vivian's first name written out.


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