It's the little smiley moon off to the right that really makes this photo for me.
Well, seeing as I already started this post off with a song, let's see if I can make it fit with today's post:
When you wish upon a star,
It makes no difference who you are.
Any hat your heart desires
Can be found in a real rudimentary Google Image search.
...Yeah, that doesn't quite work. But seeing as I never claimed to be a songwriter, that's as good as it's ever going to get. So let's forget the whole song thing and just get to what I actually do; talking about some really nifty hats. And today, that means starry hats and fascinators.
Since it's always best to start things off with a bang, let's kick this post off with a shooting star fascinator. The combination of orange and turquoise feathers make it really stand out.
Is it just me, or does this starburst fascinator look like it belongs on a holiday card? It's big enough that I'm fairly certain a trio of dudes of the learned persuasion and a whole passel of sheep-herders would notice it from afar.
Mind you, I like it. I'm just sayin' it looks like it came upon a midnight clear, if you catch my drift.
Of course, just because it's got stars on it doesn't mean it has to be all silvery and blue, as this earthy star-studded cocktail hat amply proves.
Seeing as it's starting to get a little chilly out there, here's a lovely knitted slouchy hat that will let you rock the stars without having to sacrifice personal comfort.
And finally, just because I could easily imagine this finding its way into the wardrobe of virtually any science-fiction television show (past, present and future,) here's an out-of-this-world starry halo:
And if you remember that stars are just balls of gas burning millions of miles away, you'll understand why I added this fascinator to the post.
And on that note, that's it for this week. See you Monday!