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W&W Jewellery and Edwina Ibbotson create a bespoke style guide for a summer wedding.
W&W Jewellery has partnered with celebrated milliner Edwina Ibbotson to shine a spotlight on bespoke artistry and create a stylish look to inspire wedding guests how to pair a hat with their jewellery.
With a shared passion for bespoke design and traditional craftsmanship, W&W Jewellery has created a beautiful hand-painted jewellery illustration in response to Edwina Ibbotson's hat design.
With more 25 years' experience, Edwina's hats are frequently seen at events including Ascot, Goodwood and the recent Royal Weddings; her headpieces have also been exhibited in the V&A Museum.
There might not be a Royal Wedding taking place this year but weddings still feature high on the summer event calendar and offer the definitive occasion for headwear. Edwina's simple and chic pillbox is a timeless and classic headpiece ideal for any wedding day celebration.
Worn towards the back of the head it is designed with a chequered two-tone tip, slick side band and rouleau pleated trim in two shades of blue. W&W Jewellery has paired the understated but stylish hat with a vintage-inspired pearl necklace design, adorned with alluring aquamarines to complement the tones of the pillbox and diamonds in decorative floral settings to create a soft and feminine finish.
The bespoke headpieces and jewellery designs are available to be commissioned from Edwina Ibbotson and W&W Jewellery at their studios in Battersea.
Edwina Ibbotson says of the collaboration, “I am thrilled to be working with W&W Jewellery to showcase the beauty of bespoke and create looks for weddings, a very special social occasion.” Richard Warrender of W&W Jewellery added, “Bespoke crafts have become highly fashionable again over the years, with clients looking for pieces that are not only personal and unique but also distinctive in design. Weddings provide clients with the perfect opportunity to be more daring in their choice of jewellery and headwear, and choosing to go bespoke means there are no limitations on the design.”
Visit www.edwinaibbotson.co.uk or www.wandwjewellery.com for more information.