I may have forgotten a few, but here they are:
A very frilly white number
This one has the most spectacular feather I have ever seen. The pictures don't do it justice.
This was the first vintage hat I ever purchased. It is from the 1930's.
And this is the most expensive hat I've ever purchased. When I bought it it was labelled as a Victorian hat. After a bit of research I think it is more likely from the 20s/30s but I love it none the less.
This one has the most darling pin.
I just realized this is the only vintage hat of mine that is not white/cream or black. It looks a bit dark in the photos but it is navy with pink flowers. It is going to be my Easter hat this year.
This hat was in pretty tough shape when I bought it but I have managed to restore its shape more or less.
This hat is currently awaiting some restoration work (it needs a good blocking for starters!).
This was my latest purchase. It is a Victorian bonnet. The ribbon at the back needs a bit of work but it was a steal! Now I just need a Victorian style dress to go with it!
This last one may not technically count as a "hat" but I had to include it. It is a 1960's nurses cap and came with a matching cape. I love that the original owners name is printed on the inside. It needs a good press though, so apologizes for the wrinkles!
I just adore hats and if you look hard enough at antique stores you can often find them at pretty good prices. Overall most of my hats cost under $20, with the occasional splurge. I keep most of them in boxes with a few on display that I rotate a few times a year.