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We will be adding clothes, & accessories
New, Vintage & Pre loved
An eclectic mix of customised & unique designs
compliment or complete any outfit.
We also offer a styling service
for those who find it hard to mix & match.
I hope you enjoy wearing my designs as much as I enjoy making them.
Made in England
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LISA JAYNE MILLINERY
If you have seen anything on this website that you would like to buy please use the contact page as it may be available.
Lisa mainly works on bespoke commissions but is going to launch a ready to wear collection ahead of this years Ascot.
CARING FOR YOUR HEADWEAR
Hats are delicate things that can be easily damaged, we therefore recommend when not on your head you look after your headwear as follows;
Store out of sunlight in a sealed box/container - Sunlight fades the colour and keeping it in a sealed box will keep it free from moths and moisture.
Pack areas needing shape such as the crown and maybe an upturned brim, with plain acid-free tissue paper. Don't use coloured tissue paper as the colour could transfer onto light coloured hats.
Don't hang your hat on hooks for prolonged periods of time, not only will gravity cause the hat to become misshapen after a while, being in the open air can attract moths who like to eat the fabric.
Try not to get your hat dirty, they can be hard to clean! If you do though (we know accidents can happen) lightly brush-off any dirt with a soft clothes brush. If that doesn't remove the dirt, try very gently patting it with a damp cloth. We don't recommend using any cleaning products or any vigourous rubbing as these can make the problem worse.
Remove lint and dust from felt hats by using sticky lint rollers.
Always handle with clean hands to avoid transferring natural oils and dirt from your skin onto your headwear
Pick up brimmed-hats from the back of the brim rather than the crown. Too much handling of the crown can lead to it getting damaged.
Avoid getting wet, but if you do, immediately remove excess water with a dry cloth & dry naturally. Drying with hair dryers or artificial heat can lead to the hat shrinking or becoming distorted. Hats tend to dry into the shape they are left in, so if you can find something hat-shaped to leave it on, or pack the crown with a pale coloured cloth, this will help retain its shape whilst drying. Hats are maleable when wet, so you can also try and mould it back into shape as it drys.
Avoid leaving in hot cars, windows or at extreme temperatures, many hats are made from delicate materials that can easily warp and mis-shape in excess heat
Do not wash, dry clean or tumble dry unless the hat label specifically allows it
Avoid contact with make-up and sun-screen as these can stain the headband
If the inner headband gets damp with water or sweat, remove the salts from the sweat with a damp cloth and turn the headband out to dry.
Treat feathers with extra, super-special care as they are very easily damaged
PRICE GUIDANCE –
This really depends on the complexity of the design, and materials used.
All pieces are totally unique.
Petite hair decorations from £50
Fascinators/head pieces from £80
Small hats from £250
Large hats from £350