Tuesday, August 07, 2012

Monday, May 28, 2012

Some like it Hot!

Some like it Hot... some like it not. Turn it up or turn it down. This summer
Top off your style with a dash of Fabulous from Gwendolyne Hats. After all...
Looking Cool is always Hot.

Summer is Romantic, full of adventure and celebration. Whatever the occasion 
be it a wedding, a cocktail party or a cruise, with Gwendolyne's eye-catching 
Hats and Fascinators you'll arrive in style.

Gwendolyne Hats have a brand new Etsy Shop!  
Now you can shop with us online, We're very excited. Have a look and enjoy.  
Be sure to bookmark our Etsy Shop and watch for new listings.

Gwendolyne's flirty Fascinators will tickle your Summer fancy. Created in individual 
colour combinations they're designed to compliment you. Each one of a kind fascinator 
features an exquisite antique button from our prized collection.

Our Sunny downtown Boutique is more than beautiful hats. We also have wonderful 
gifts for friends and family. The magical pin-cushions above are by Wooly Fabulous.
Footnote: We also have long leggings for the stripe lover.

Gwendolyne Hats create Beautiful accessories to enhance your Summer fun. 
Look and feel your best while you frolic in the Sun.

Wednesday, March 21, 2012

Happy Spring!

Imagine lush greenery, vibrant flowers and the thrill of a fresh new season.
Top it off with one of Gwendolyne's stylish Fascinators and you're ready to go.

At Gwendolyne Hats we're always thinking ahead. Our Boutique also carries an
exciting array of unique accessories designed to uplift your spirit.

Last month our sunny downtown Atelier felt like a garden of earthly delights.
While the light streamed in our windows Gwendolyne created a stunning collection
of handmade Hair Fascinators.

All this beauty and more is available in our Boutique right now.
Spring up and celebrate life with a dash of fabulous!

We look forward to your arrival.

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Quote for the day

"When love and skill work together, expect a masterpiece."
John Ruskin (1819 - 1900)
English art critic.