Floof–The Magic of Camilla’s Hats

Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, has a real talent for wearing substantial headgear. More often than not, there is a spectacular display of floof, which is officially defined as the stuff on a hat that isn’t a structural part of said hat.

Let’s start with one of the Duchess’s early events–the blessing of her marriage to Charles. Arguably this is more of a headpiece than a hat, but it’s on her head so we’ll go with it. Gold and tipped with Swarovski crystals? I’m here for it.

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A fun red entry with some feather accents for the Braemar games.

A fun St. Patrick’s Day appearance from 2006.

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Our first Ascot entry, from 2007. I love the texture in this one.

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A lovely light blue entry from 2016.

Purple? Did someone ask for purple?

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She even has a leopard print entry.

This FABULOUS pink entry from Ascot 2009 takes my breath away every time I see a photo. Love, love, LOVE.

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Do you fancy any of the hats shown here? What do you think about the floof? Show us some of your favorite Camilla hat appearances in the comments!