British women are "haute" for hats. It's been a staple to the country for a long time with Queen Elizabeth frequently adorning the head accessory. The new generation of fashionable ladies have started topping off their outfits with hats thanks partly to Kate Middleton, Vanity Fair's best dressed celebrity of 2012. CEO of Stylish and Fit Tanjie Brewer shows us how to recreate this look in the spirit of the London Olympics. "The new great hat trend is called the Fascinator, Brewer said. "It is a hat that is a part of a headband." She said the Fascinator is a more practical option since since it sits in place. "It’s important that you ensure that the hat is incorporated with your hair style as well as what you are wearing," she said. "Some fascinators have veils which you normally wear during the day, Brewer said. "You could wear them to a wedding, brunch, tea, church, or any function where you’ll be able to chat awhile." The "fascinators" can be purchased at Stein Mart between $21.99-$40. If the "fascinator" isn't your cup of tea, other hat trends sporting the streets of Tulsa include the fedora and floppy hat.
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