Fascinator & hair flowers from Miranda's Choice


Handmade with great love for detail

We handcraft original vintage headdresses & rockabilly hair accessories with a large portion of love, a lot of imagination, care and attention to detail. Whether you're looking for matching fascinators, a bridal hat, want to complete your dress with a half hat (this also includes Bandeau Hats and Infintity Hats) in the original vintage style, love the stylish 50s look with headdress or want to discreetly adorn yourself in everyday life with a mini fascinator - with us you'll find the right vintage & rockabilly hair accessories right down to the hair flower
Classy and fancy fascinators
Beautiful 50s style half hats
Small and fine mini fascinator
Big headdress with flowers
Hair flowers in a large selection
wedding Fasinator

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All Fascinators in our online store are fastened with clips in the hair and are designed and manufactured with much love and in top quality by ourselves. For every occasion and for every taste you can buy your perfect mini hat here. They are available with cute little fruits and small animals, floral elements, made of cotton or velvet, with or without veil.
Classy and fancy fascinators



Our fascinators are made with love. The sturdy base is decorated by us with great elements: fanciful with flowers, noble with veils, crazy with figures or quite simple just covered with fabric. Fascinators and hats are seen not only at horse races, also decorate the head of stylish ladies.
Beautiful 50s style half hats


Half Hats

The Halfhats are the classics among the small headwear, especially in the 50-ies they were very popular. Icons like Audrey Hepburn made the small hat popular. It is characterized by its curved kidney shape. We offer you many sizes and types of different half hats: covered with velvet, embroidered with pearls or flowers, in large and small and in unusual shapes like the lying eight (called Infintiy Hat, known from the series The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel).
Small and fine mini fascinator


Mini Facsinator

Even in the smaller version with a diameter of 7cm, the fascinator looks great. In the smaller version, it almost resembles a hair clip, which gives your outfit the finishing touch and appears neither obtrusive nor too opulent. The Mini Fascinator is your perfect hair accessory for everyday life.
Big headdress with flowers


Big Headdress

The wow effect is guaranteed with our large very imaginative creations. They are the perfect crowning of your outfit at events, photo shoots or on stage. We are also happy to make a burlesque headdress according to your wishes.
Hair flowers in a large selection



Discover the colorfulness and diversity of our hair flowers. Many of them offer you all kinds of variations and can even be worn as a hat flower and as a brooch. We use high quality textile flowers that you can slide into your hair with toothed crocodile clips on the bottom side or on the back of your head over the Gibson Roll.
Bridal headdress individual


Bridal hat

Our bridal hats are made with love! We know the importance of the most beautiful day in your life and are happy to respond to your ideas: whether a theme wedding in rockabilly style, romantic playful with flowers or classic with veil

Frequently asked questions

How to fix the fascinators/ hair flowers?

On the underside are toothed 1-2 crocodile clips, these are additionally covered with fabric to protect your hair. The clips hold even with short hair, if you have very fine hair, then first push a conventional bobby pin into the hair and then clamp the hair with the crocodile clip vertically under the hairpin.

Is there a difference between Half Hat, Headpiece and Fascinator?

Basically, the half hat is also a fascinator. Fascinator is a common term for very small hats, sometimes they are also called headpiece. The half hat is characterized by its kidney-shaped design.

What is a mini fascinator?

Our standard fascinators have a diameter of about 11 cm and are fastened with 2 clips, the mini fascinator comes to 7 cm and has only one clip for fastening.

Interesting facts about the fascinator


The inventor of the fascinator: Queen Marie Antoinette 

The era of fascinators began in the magnificent 18th century. Known for her lavish lifestyle, Louis XVI's wife Marie Antoinette truly took it to the extreme with her daring headdresses. Scarves, pearl necklaces, peacock feathers - almost every fashion accessory was found in her elaborate tower hairstyles. Even though the term fascinator was not yet known in Paris at the time, Marie's head creations fully lived up to the Latin meaning of this headdress: fascinator derives from the Latin word for 'to enchant' - fascinare. The literal crowning glory of her headdresses was a sailing ship that seemed to glide through her hair laid in waves.  

1920s to 1960s - the heyday of creative fascinators

Until 1930, lavish headdresses with long ostrich feathers and rhinestones played a very special role in the days of burlesque. A sensational stage appearance was almost unthinkable without a spectacular fascinator. Today's pin-up icons like Dita von Teese have breathed new life not only into burlesque, but also into the fascinator. By the way, the fascinator is an elementary part of the whole show and is not taken off, just like the breast pasties and panties. Until the 1960s, it was almost frowned upon for ladies to leave the house without proper headgear. Hats of any kind not only provide protection, but are also a decorative element. Especially the hatters of the 40s and 50s were considered very creative and gave free rein to the imagination in their headgear.  

Ikon of hats - Carmen Miranda

The lady in the tutti frutti hat - Carmen Miranda is considered a special style icon of the good old days. The Brazilian enchanted all of America in the 30s and 40s with her incomparable smile, your voice and especially by her individual large headdress. She was a trained milliner and always designed and made all her creations herself. So Carmen Miranda was not only given the title "the Brazilian bombshell" but also "the lady in the tutti frutti hat" - fitting to her hit of the same name. Turban fascinators with sweeping decorations of all kinds of fruits became her trademark. We have deliberately chosen our brand name as a tribute to this extraordinary woman. 

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Grandioser Service. Sonderanfertigungen möglich und schnelle Lieferung - immer wieder gerne!

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PaulaGoogle Bewertung Februar 2021

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RoseGoogle Bewertung Januar 2022

I’m fully in love with Nadine’s business, she creates such wonderful pieces, the designs are always unique and made with so much love! I’m crazy about each fascinator that I bought by her and recommend her warmly !