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Coco Leopard Fall Percher


Coco is an elegant little percher.  Channeling my inner Chanel, I wanted something simple and stylish for Breeder’s Cup.  Leopard print is the ultimate neutral as it goes with most everything.  Never goes out of style.

Only one available.

Versailles Ivory/Navy Headband


Versailles features feathers, white silk flowers and shades of grey in a crystal pin arrangement.  Worn on a velvet padded headband.  Headband base is navy.

One of a Kind.

Hollywood Navy and Gold Fascinator


Hollywood was designed to evoke the glamour days of Hollywood past.  A one of a kind fascinator for the star that you are.  Hollywood shimmers with the gold silk flowers and leather flower. Navy feathers.  A bow in the back adds flourish from all sides.

Cupcake Breeder’s Cup Gray Fascinator


Cupcake is a delicious little fascinator.  Not overly complicated, but enough to dazzle.  Grey is a universal neutral and this will go with most things in your closet.  Only at Polly Singer.

Pink House Saucer


This pink feather fascinator is named after The Old Pink House In Savannah, Georgia. It was built in 1771. The building hosted multiple owners and businesses over many decades. It is now a famous restaurant known for its southern cuisine; this fascinator is a nod to the beautiful pink color.  



This pink feather headband is inspired by Sema Wilkes. Sema was born in 1907 in Georgia. She was the oldest out of four children and learned how to cook. At 35, she went to work at Dixon’s Boarding house and then took over three years later and transformed the boarding school into a family-style dining restaurant called Mrs. Wilkes Diner. The Diner is now considered a southern staple, and people line up around the block to get a taste of Sema Wilkes’s food.

Made by hand in Kentucky.

Mercer Top Hat


This tiered top hat was named after Jonny Mercer, an American singer, and songwriter. Mercer was born in Savannah, Georgia; he moved to New York City when he was 19 and learned from other musicians. He made his recording debut singing with Frank Trumbauer’s Orchestra, which kicked off his career. Mercer has won four Academy Awards and eighteen nomination.  His best known song is “Moon River”, from Breakfast at Tiffany’s.

Only one available

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Georgia Queen


This Fascinator was named after the famous riverboat in Savannah, Georgia. The boat was built in 1995 and was modeled after an 1880s paddlewheel boat. The Georgia Queen is the biggest and grandest riverboat in America. This white Fascinator with a white ribbon on top is accented with blue hydrangeas and a butterfly underneath, making the hat fit for a queen.

Made by hand.

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Bella – Light Blue Percher


This beautiful headband is called Bella; it was inspired by the deep blue ocean found at the Amalfi Coast in Italy. It is a gorgeous piece that is perfect for you if you love vibrant colors and want to stand out at the Kentucky Derby. The feathers and gemstone were hands placed to create a whimsical, feminine look.

Made by hand.

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Ella Blue Saucer Hat


Ella is a robin’s egg blue saucer hat with white feathers and a white flower coming from the bottom of the hat.
Ella is inspired by the famous jazz musician Ella Fitzgerald. Ella Fitzgerald was born April 25, 1917, in Newport News, Virginia. Ella Fitzgerald was an iconic jazz singer. She is referred to as the “First Lady of Song,” “Lady Ella,” and the “Queen of Jazz.” She won fourteen Grammy Awards, the Presidential Medal of Freedom, and the National Medal of Arts. She will forever be remembered for her iconic voice!

Made by hand.

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Mitchell White Feather Saucer


A new one-of-a-kind design featuring all-white feathers surrounding an ivory hand blocked pinopok base, Mitchell is a white feather saucer hat. Worn on a headband, Mitchell moves as you walk. This saucer hat would be a fun addition to your hat collection!
Mitchell was inspired by Margaret Mitchell, an American novelist, and journalist. Margaret wrote the classic literature piece “Gone with the Wind.” Born in Atlanta, Georgia, in 1900, she went on to win numerous awards for “Gone with the Wind,” such as the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction in 1937 and the National Book Award for Most Distinguished Novel of 1936.

Made by hand.