Sunday, 10 August 2008
One Wild Orchid. One Semi Wild Hat.
Rural and floral: a P40B hat makes the perfect addition to any bouquet
When I heard that a hat had made it to Herstmonceux, I was very excited at the idea of our first ever French 'chapeau'. Imagine my surprise when I learned that English towns can sometimes have French names! This could be a whole new sub-genre of titfer snaps. Hats cropping up in Ashby-de-la-Zouch and Poulton-le-Fylde, for instance.
Herstmonceux is in East Sussex and it recently became the temporary home of hat 26. We see it here modelled by Jeanne, who owns The Wild Orchid - a bespoke florist's shop that caters for all kinds of occasions including weddings. She knows exactly what's involved in an attractive display and her P40B branded headgear certainly fits the bill. It also provides protection against any insect life that might have made its home in the foliage.
Location: Herstmonceux, East Sussex, UK
Date: 11th August 2008
Hat No: 26
Status: Semi Wild
Posted by Phil Woodford at 23:53