Can you wear a fascinator to a funeral?

Can you wear a fascinator to a funeral?

Fascinators & Hats for Funerals A black funeral hat or black hair fascinator is a popular accessory to wear at funerals, but how we dress for a funeral is often dictated by the wishes of the deceased so it is always best to check first.

What is the difference between a fascinator and a Hatinator?

The hatinator is fastened on the head with a band like a fascinator, but has the appearance of a hat, while a fascinator is much smaller and normally does not go over the sides of the head. The particular style of headgear favoured by Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, is sometimes described as a hatinator.

What colour should fascinator be?

It’s all about the colour! For the majority, the most important thing to consider when choosing a fascinator is the colour and because wearing a fascinator expresses your delight in dressing up, we recommend either picking a colour to match the dress or opt for an accent colour if the dress has more than one colour.

Do you match your fascinator to dress or shoes?

Whilst it is possible to build an outfit around a statement fascinator, it is often best to choose your dress first. This means you can pick a fascinator that matches or compliments the exact colour of the dress.

What shoes should you not wear to a funeral?

Dark coloured suit, smart dress or skirt. Shirt or blouse. Formal coat or jacket. Black shoes….Do not wear any of the following to a funeral:

  • Revealing or suggestive clothing.
  • Trainers or flip flops.
  • Printed t-shirts.
  • Jeans.
  • Caps.
  • Colourful ties.
  • Excessive amounts of jewellery.

Does your fascinator need to match your shoes?

In many cases it is the color of the shoes or the clutch that helps to make the final decision about the color of the fascinator. Keep in mind that bright colors in your clothing should be matched also with a fascinator in bright colors.

What colour should you not wear to a funeral?

Wearing dark grey or deep blue is just as appropriate as black, while brown and lighter greys are suitable for the vast majority of funeral services. However, unless specifically requested by the deceased or their family, you should avoid any bright colors such as yellows, oranges, pinks, and reds.