This week brought yet more turmoil for the UK retail sector with the latest announcement that Debenhams and the Arcadia group which includes stores such as Topshop, Dorothy Perkins, Wallis, Evans and Miss Selfridge have all entered into administration facing an uncertain future, which could result in many store closures and the loss of over 25,000 jobs.
Debenhams has been on the UK high street for over 200 years and was one of the biggest names in the wedding business where you could buy wedding outfits, occasion wear, hats and fascinators, so if the retail business can't be saved and the stores are to close down, where else can you buy fascinators and wedding hats in the UK?
Fascinators Direct is the UK's largest hats and fascinators store where you can buy wedding hats online, along with fascinators, and other hair accessories such as hair clips and headbands, essentially they are the one stop shop to buy hair accessories and headwear for weddings and occasions.
For starters, the beauty of buying fascinators online is, you’ll have a much wider choice of colour options and styles to choose from. If you're buying a wedding outfit and need a wedding hat to match, Fascinators Direct have one of the biggest selections of wedding hats and fascinators available on the web. They sell over 1000 designs in all myriad of colour hues, with free UK delivery nationwide when you shop online, and if you need it in a hurry, they offer next day delivery too.
If you’re worried about choosing the right fascinator in terms of the colour or style then you should read the ultimate guide to fascinators which is packed full of useful advice to consider when buying hats online, and for even more wedding style advice, visit the hats and fascinators blog.
When you buy online at Fascinators Direct they offer an easy returns process. If you’re not entirely satisfied with your purchase or if you need an exchange or a different colour, you may send it back for any reason within 14 days of receipt. Read more about the Fascinators Direct return policy right here.
Although there are no reasons you shouldn’t buy online, if online shopping is just not for you, your options for high street fascinators will be limited. You could try shops such as John Lewis who will most likely have an occasion wear department, or an independent department store if your town is lucky enough to still have one. Finally, you could try smaller fashion boutiques or local milliners, but you may find that sadly many have closed down due to the coronavirus lockdowns and subsequent shutdown of the wedding industry, so it seems like online shopping is the best way to go for the foreseeable future.
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