Browse our currently available selection of handmade hats and hatinators in various sizes. Hats with feathers, themed hats, shabby chic hats, hats with butterflies, flowers and creatures and hats for festivals, race days, weddings and special events.
Who doesn't love dressing up in a fine hat! Rich in fine fabrics, flamboyant statement pieces as well as more elegant are created in our atelier near Kinsale in Cork, Ireland for you to wear and enjoy. Customized fashion accessories for costume wear, race days, weddings and any special event are our speciality. Look out for new pieces and remember, each one is a one of a kind, handcrafted piece so you never need to worry about turning up with the same as someone else. Each hat is ready to ship, comes in a purpose made hat box and then shipped in a recycled cardboard box for added protection.
Fascinators as we know them have been around since the '60s, though we suspect much much longer under a different guise. Many women prefer the fascinator to a fitted hat, for ease of wearing, for its lightness, for its wow factor and the ability to have an amazing hairdo to go with it. Race days and in particular Ladies Day have made the fascinator extremely popular and desirable, they are much sought after for weddings too to match the ensemble of the bridal group and guests alike.
Here in our studio near Kinsale in Cork, Ireland, we design and create unique headpieces both for our website and as bespoke pieces commissioned by clients for their special occasion. We use rich fabrics and silks for our bases, matching Alice bands, an array of feathers; some we dye ourselves, ribbons, fabrics, embellishments and other items in our fascinators. We may include an upcycled piece of jewellery or vintage buttons, a piece of fabric from the clients outfit if it is handmade, something of sentimentality perhaps. Each piece is a stand alone creation, perfect for your next event or occasion. Get in touch if you would like a consultation.
Hatinators are hats, but smaller and sit on the head similar to fascinators.
Turn some heads with one of our fun themed hats and hatinators. Perfect for those festivals and events that call for an outrageous, show stopping, individually designed and handmade hat. Dare to be different and shop with us at Wildly Created Ireland. We have an annual festival in Kinsale, Cork called the Mad Hatters, we will be creating hats perfect for the occasion so check back to see the newest additions to this collection.
Totally unique, one of a kind pieces! This is Rebecca’s Precious Moments Collection. These wearable art pieces are made in part with recycled sari silk ribbons which gave her the idea for the collection name. Each ribbon was once part of sari that was made perhaps for a wedding or special occasion, perhaps everyday wear. Each sari holds memories, stories and history. Each one therefore holds precious moments within its woven threads. These boho shabby chic hats and fabric wrist cuffs are all designed and handmade in our atelier near Kinsale, Cork in Ireland using materials and colours that are inspired by nature. A few of them are in sets of hat and fabric cuff which would look stunning at a bachelorette, engagement party or for a wedding, perhaps a summer garden party or evening event. Whatever you choose, you will know you have a unique piece of wearable art created in Ireland by Wildly Created. The Precious Memories Bridal Collection is all about beautiful timeless pieces for the bride who dares to be different. Silk is the most luxurious fabric and is perfect for these handmade couture wedding accessories.
If you are considering a bespoke headpiece for your wedding or other special event, please get in touch for a consultation in plenty of time, at least 2 months ahead of the event date. We can coordinate the colours of your bridesmaid outfits with feathers in your hat, make a gorgeous piece for mother of the bride and pretty headbands for the flower girls. Drop us a WhatsApp or email and we can discuss the possibilities.
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"For every head, a hat" Old Lithuanian Proverb