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Fascinator is the headpiece that is bigger than a barrette. Modern fascinators are generally made of traditional materials such as felt, straw or sinamay and trimmed with feathers, flowers and beads. They need to be fixed to a comb, hairband or hair clip. It can be worn with a generally former attire. Fascinators are very popular at horse-racing events such as Grand National, Kentucky Derby, and the Melbourne Cap. Brides are also nowadays preferred to wear fascinator instead of bridal veil , especially if they are wearing non-traditional wedding gowns . Photo by @aix_photo_narva Model @julia_slolis

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Fedora is a hat that made out of felt material, usually, wool or fur felt. This hat style has a wide brim, a crown that is indented and pitched, and trimmed with ribbon. 

It can be made in any color but common colors are black, gray, dark brown and tan. This hat style has its story as a female hat. In 1982 French author Victorien Sardou presented a play "Fedora" and the main actress wore a center-creased, soft brimmed hat. The hat was soon a popular fashion for women, especially for women’s rights activists. Hat has been named after that play.

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