Welcome to my website and to the Hats by Felicity story. With great pleasure I invite you to move through the pages and scroll my collections of current and past hand-crafted and unique one-off headwear creations. I have presented all pieces on the one page, so you just simply scroll and click on your selection. The Bridal section, however, enjoys its own separate link.

With great excitement and pride I introduce you to my feature headpiece and its story. Each Hats by Felicity creation has a name and a personality, just like those who adorn them.

If you would like to hear about the history of Hats by Felicity please click here, The FAQ lets you know where to order and how. The Milliner on the Move blog is constantly updated and has some great stories about my travels, where the feathers were collected and by whom. The Out & About section is one of my favourites, showcasing my creations out and about and worn by you. I encourage you to send your photos so I can include your own images here. I have been blessed with some fantastic media stories that continue to share the Hats by Felicity story. Please contact me for any other information and feel welcome to follow my journey on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest.

To purchase these and other Hats by Felicity treats I invite you to visit my online store www.hatsbyfelicity.com.au 



Ochre Rain is a statement piece that enters and speaks well before she who adorns her. Ochre strongly represents the Kimberley and the orange feather tips are reminiscent of rain. I purchased these feathers in San Francisco. The other pheasant feathers have been hand collected from various parts of the Kimberley region of NW Australia. The tiny feathers placed in the middle came from a farm in Victoria. Ochre rain was constructed on a pillbox and stabilised using feather quills that were stripped and painted. The pleated crinoline resembles the desert sands.