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IF THE HAT FITS....!

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Have you ever considered the fact that you are either a hat person or not a hat person?!

There are obviously those who wear some form of apparel on their bonce at every given opportunity, and others, like me, who avoid it at all costs! My aversion to hats of any sort stems mainly from having a head that is smaller than that of most two year olds, (hence the choice of good hats is limited to say the least!) - and also from a terror of ‘flat hat hair’.

Whilst I may not love hats personally, I definitely loved the amazing array spotted the other weekend at the wonderful Larmer Tree Festival held near Salisbury, Wilts. Every sort of hat imaginable - and more! - could be spotted over the weekend:

See this one ....and this..and what about this?!

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It’s not often that one really needs a hat in the UK - unless it is a rain hat! - but this Summer has seen a boom in hat sales as everyone has struggled to keep cool and avoid the midday sun...I think it was Oscar Wilde who wrote that only “Mad dogs and Englishmen go out in the midday sun” -  but that should also include festival goers in 2013! Certainly beats the rain and mud though!


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We had a great time and heard some amazing bands there at the end of July - definitely recommend that you book up for 2014 and hope to see you there!

 

 

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Emmy Watt set up ‘The Collage Company’ in 2010 after finding a gap in the digital photographic market. Instead of creating photo books, which end up on the shelf along with long-forgotten photo albums, they wanted to find a way of getting all your favourite photos out on show and still produce a quality product. Taking their marketing and design experience they have taken the traditional collage idea into the 21st century...

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