Highland Duchess With Veil. Macleod Tweed
Highland Duchess With Veil. Macleod Tweed
Highland Duchess With Veil. Macleod Tweed
Highland Duchess With Veil. Macleod Tweed
Highland Duchess With Veil. Macleod Tweed
Highland Duchess With Veil. Macleod Tweed

Highland Duchess With Veil. Macleod Tweed

The Highland Duchess is the most splendiferous design in the tweed hat collection. Elegantly appointed with a feel of the bygone era yet will also compliment a modern tailored outfit.

The Macleod Combination with veil is decorated with a composition of peacock feathers and rust coloured pheasant feathers and finished with a leather football button. The light delicate netting adds enchantment and is very flattering to the face.

The Highland Duchess is lined with Sara Tiara printed silk and mounted on two covered headbands for an optimal fit.

Masterfully handmade in Dorset, ENGLAND.

The Highland Duchess is also available in 4 other colour combinations and with or without veil. You may also find a matching tweed coat, jacket or cape in the same tweed combination.

Harris Tweed is a famous handwoven tweed from the Outer Hebrides and protected by Act of Parliament. This magical fabric is often referred to as “the Champagne of tweeds”.

Italian fashion influencer Carolina Ogliaro and Sara Tiara decided to put together their passion for headwear to design a 6 piece capsule collection. The collection encompasses a variety of styles suitable for different occasions... ranging from The Calypso headpiece designed as a holiday and everyday hair accessory to The Phoenix headdress, a flamboyantly maverick piece fitting for a Festival. However both Carolina and Sara are advocates that you do not need an occasion to wear a headpiece. As Isabella Blow once said “I don’t use a hat as a prop. I use it as part of me”.

Italian fashion influencer Carolina Ogliaro and Sara Tiara decided to put together their passion for headwear to design a 6 piece capsule collection. The collection encompasses a variety of styles suitable for different occasions... ranging from The Calypso headpiece designed as a holiday and everyday hair accessory to The Phoenix headdress, a flamboyantly maverick piece fitting for a Festival. However both Carolina and Sara are advocates that you do not need an occasion to wear a headpiece. As Isabella Blow once said “I don’t use a hat as a prop. I use it as part of me”.