The English formal look is making an appearance once again in Nigeria in the form of fascinator hats. A bit of history here: fascinators became popular in the 1990s when women turned to them as a way of not ruining their hair with traditional hats.
Often made from feathers, straws or lace and even flowers, fascinators aren’t just for weddings as they can be worn to make a statement at any occasion, but it is at Nigerian weddings this classic headpiece is making a huge comeback.
Since the Nigerian wedding scene is all about bold looks, it’s really no surprise that they are back on the heads of fashionable Nigerian women. This is thanks in part to the recent rise in popularity of the British royal family who favour the fascinator look for most formal events they attend.
We’ve curated some of the most beautiful fascinators we’ve seen out there to help you get in on the trend in top style. Remember not all fascinators are attractive. You have to go for one that is elegantly finished and doesn’t come off as cheap so as not to mess up your funk.
Here’s a look at some of the best fascinators from the Gram…
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