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CHRISTMAS GIFT GUIDE 2016: Wear it with flair
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CHRISTMAS GIFT GUIDE 2016: Wear it with flair
on 25 November 2016
Looking for the perfect racing hat for the upcoming Leopardstown Christmas Festival? Check out the beautiful pieces from Marinot Millinery

IN the bright and dynamic far western corner of Connemara Isobel Marinot-Wood has been busy making ladies headwear for all occasions.

Isobel’s signature style is strongly influenced by the use of textures and she is passionate about using high quality components in her creations, from felts and wools to silk, tweed, feathers and plumes. All of Isobel’s hats are made by hand and are influenced strongly by 1920s and 1950s style, with a modern twist.

Comfort is key and Marinot Millinery have created a range of hats from summer racing headpieces to everyday hats – there is something to suit everyone. Hats and headpieces are made to order. To make an appointment contact marinotmillinery@gmail.com or call Isobel on 087 2690806.

If you are looking for the perfect racing hat for the upcoming Leopardstown Christmas Festival, Marinot Millinery is stocked in Millars Connemara, Clifden, Co Galway, the Galway Hat Shop, Corbett Court, Galway, and online at Etsy.

Web: marinotmillinery.com

Facebook: facebook.com/marinotmillinery

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