It's been a good while since I last posted so I thought I should return to
blogging with a bang and introduce to you a special collection from Harrie Hattie
The House Of Harrie Hattie Bow Collection
You may have spotted a few bows pop into some of our photo shoots, but I decided to do a dedicated shoot to show you all just how lovely they are and in true Harrie Hattie style the first photo of the day was a silly creative one influenced by "hear no evil, see no evil, speak no evil" and I think it worked pretty well
Sophie shows us one of the ways to wear my bow clips, they sit perfectly in front or even at the back of a bun
Surrounded by nature I get into true hippy style
We even got a bit of an acoustic session going on
Tanya observes the surroundings, showing you how to wear the bows with your hair down
We always have so much fun on our photo shoots and get to visit such beautiful places
I'm ever so excited to show you some exclusive behind the scene photographs of out most recent photo shoots! We have gone photo shoot crazy here at House of Harrie Hattie and have done TWO photo shoots in the past week!
Here's a sneak preview of our locations and hats and some hilarious behind the scene out-take shots!
Our Fist photo shoot of the week was modelled by the lovely Burlesque Dancer, Felicia Noir and fashion blogger and vintage lover Tanya Reynolds.
Check out their pages here!
Felicia and Tanya showing their love for their hats!
Having fun as always!
Our Photographer over at apple snap studios had enough of us by the end of the shoot!
We tried something different for the next shoot and found our inner hippy!
Check out the location! You can't get much better than this!
We focused on showing off my Harris Tweed Bows! exciting news as these have NEVER been modeled before, so it was a special day!
It was a long walk up to the field! But sister models Tanya & Sophie kept me entertained!
Tanya Showing us how its done and below- me showing you how not to do it by falling over...
luckily our photographer found the funny side!
We took lots of amazing pictures and luckily didn't get caught by any farmers ;)
Pictures from both photo shoots will be released very soon over on my Facebook page!
Keep your eyes peeled!
Its good to be back at Chateau Impney. It didn't seem 5 minutes since I was last there with my collection and what another perfect venue to showcase.
In I trotted with my baskets and didn't miss the opportunity to grab the manager and pass him my details as I'd love my hats on show in their glass cabinets. (needs must!) after a quick helloo there to everyone we were set to go.
I'm delighted that 2 lovely ladies will be opening one of my hats on Christmas it made my day!! Can you believe this place nearly shut down a few years ago and was saved by a hotel chain? I wish it was my home!!
This weekend I've been in the lovely town that is Buxton and OMG was it beautiful, I'm even planning a return visit. When me and my Jon walked in, it took my breath away and I deliberately kept walking from one end of the room to the other to hear my heels echo!!! At least people knew I was there.
Whilst outside for a short time came the thunder and inside it was all smiles by the loveliest people I've ever met. Here I am with my friend Jo too (Jo's Vintage Hearts).
I just had to share with you this stunning building which was actually a hospital and is now a university (lucky students) I'm at another amazing place next week!! (stay tuned)
Would just like to say a big thank you to the lovely ladies over at The Vintage Suitcase for putting on such a fabulous event! Looking forward to seeing you next time!
It's been a fun packed weekend, my Tweedy hats are popping up everywhere from Carnivals to Vintage. Here I am with one of my besties '' Vix '' aka Vintage Vixen I'm sure all know her!!! looking glamorous as ever in her handmade dress from a curtain, she always looks beautiful and I'm wearing a classic 1960's number complete of course with my matching hat.
(check out her blog here)
Then off to my lovely friends craft carnival, I sooooo wouldn't miss exhibiting here for the world! Raising awareness for the Roy Castle Lung Cancer charity. A fabulous day had by all and lots of money raised yipppeee!! and I got my very own certificate to pop on my bedroom wall! The crowds flooded in!
And to polish of a successfully eventful weekend, Me and my 17 year old son went to enjoy monsters inc. at the cinema! Despite me being totally knackered and seeing double by this point.
I love him to bits! We are like 2 peas in a pod!
I'm off to recover my mad weekend!
Until next time folks!
I hope you've all had a smashing sunny weekend! My weekend consisted of festival fun and sunburn!
That's right, I've been partying away at the empire of the scrum festival! and guess who was first in line at the face painting tent? need I say more? mwahaha!
My beloved Harrie Hattie stand had to hold fire for a good 15 minutes whilst I got my festival on!
So? What do you think of my floral festival vibe?
Ohh it was a hot one! As the day went on the temperature rocketed sky high! which as us Brits know is a rarity, until recently! I decided to ditch my stylish camouflage/denim/studded beauty to catch some rays!
I had a wonderful weekend and us scrummers got into true festival spirit! complete with matching hats! Just like that!
The day has finally arrived! I have got all my best pics of the last shoot together and here they are!
Here's the lovely Amber modelling one of the hats from my lace couture collection!
Keeping up her appearance model Sarah shows off another beauty from my collection
Tanya shows you how to wear black, gold and ginger
Hold on to your hats! there's more!
They needn't think they were going to have all the fun without me!
I brought my feather fan along to pose with whilst showing off one of my favorites from the Lace Couture collection!
Photo shoot days are my favorite! We get to frolic around all day in my hats and always have a good laugh! The girls were brilliant and it didn't phase them for a second when it rained on us! we took cover under the nearest tree and hoped that it would go away!
On another note here is Laura Bill - A 1940's vocalist at Severn Valley Railway, Another happy customer who knows how to wear her hat well!