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Hats and scarves love


Today I want to share my awesome experience and a fun girl day filled with hats and scarves. And French style. The opening of atelier of hats by Catherine Chapeaute (her website and instagram). The hats are stunning and we even could see how she makes them! so cool! Esp for person like me who adores the hats. Actually there are tons of styles and I tried on and photographed only couple of them to show you various approaches Catherine uses but I'm pretty sure there is a lot I have missed or haven't seen. Needless to say I will come again there and will award myself with a hat!





But the hats were not alone! To support the opening other amazing people made their master classes with perfume, accessories and my favorite scarves. I'm a big fan of the latter and it's always nice for me to know about them, find some creative way to wrap it. I was very happy to look at Carre Russe (their website and instagram) suggestions. They have a great range of absolutely fantastic, natural printed scarves.



P.S. sorry for phone quality photos, guys! totally my bad.
Have a nice day,
Lyosha

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  1. What a great idea. Looks so good.

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  2. The hat styles you tried on are all fab! Looks like a really fun event!

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  3. Wow, so many hats around! I really love the first one you tried on! Looking at the process of how the scarves were made must have been so interesting! I've never seen it in action before.

    - Gretch of GG Memochou

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  5. Awesome! Great post dear.

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  6. Beautifu hats, I love them all!
    Kisses, Paola.
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  7. Beautiful post, dear! I love your blog, so much! <3

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  8. Oh I love hats . . . I wish we wore them as much as we did back in the day. Especially that fun one!

    Life is just Rosie
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  9. Lovely hat, nice event too!

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  10. I adore hats, I just rarely wear them. Don't know why, I guess I am just lazy.

    Linda, Libra, Loca: Beauty, Baby and Backpacking

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  11. Какая красота, чудесные головные уборы. В первую шляпку влюбилась!=)
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  12. The hats are so great. Love them.
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  13. I love the 1st one! Looks fab, those are coming back to trend now! xx

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  14. Great post dear!
    Emma
    www.emmalovesfashion.com

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  15. Catherine Chapeaute seems to be fantastic, I love hats and scarves! Your pictures are great, don't worry! Loved the first hat you showed! It's so nice to discover new beautiful products, thank you so much for that! Hope you have a very nice weekend!
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  16. Great picks & round-up, dear! xoxo

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  17. SUPERB BLOG! <3

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  18. Look at you, all cute in those hats!!!

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