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A floral theme was prominent. Photo by Ashley Gongora
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Of course, the looks didn't stop with the hats. Photo by Ashley Gongora
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The judges and winners. Photo by Ashley Gongora
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Accessories played a big role, too. Photo by Ashley Gongora
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Mad Hatter's Tea founder Carole Ann Brown (right) served as this year's honorary chair. Photo by Ashley Gongora
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Bright colors and bold prints were popular. Photo by Ashley Gongora
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The judges lined the green carpet. Photo by Ashley Gongora
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Many were prepared for the cooler weather with a fun wrap. Photo by Ashley Gongora
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Animals prints were obviously favored. Photo by Ashley Gongora
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Creativity reigned. Photo by Ashley Gongora
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Fancy face masks could also be spotted. Photo by Ashley Gongora
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The higher the hat, the closer to ... the treetops? Photo by Ashley Gongora
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Everyone was ready to pose and show off their ensembles. Photo by Ashley Gongora
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A few hats even included animals. Photo by Ashley Gongora
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The bigger, the better. Photo by Ashley Gongora
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The ensembles were truly stunning. Photo by Ashley Gongora
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You can't go wrong with a (big) black dress. Photo by Ashley Gongora
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Flamboyant fascinators were also fun. Photo by Ashley Gongora
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The men got in on the sartorial action too. Photo by Ashley Gongora
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This was the first big in-person event since the pandemic started. Photo by Ashley Gongora