Thursday, March 26, 2009

We Have Joined Forces with Red Hat Society Store!

Greetings Fellow Red Hatters-

Now that I have your undivided attention, I have an important announcement ladies. has joined forces with The Official Red Hat Society Store!

Because of this exciting move, this will be my last blog entry on this site, but don't worry ladies- I'll be continuing to dish the latest Red Hat chatter on our new site blog at!

Don't fret, you will still be able to stock up on all your favorite red hat apparel, jewelry and more at the new store. There will also be fabulous new products for you to choose from, to add even more flair to your already awesome Red Hat Chapter Events and Ensembles.

See you soon at The Red Hat Society Store Blog!

Until Next Time-
Queen Diva Dishberry

Friday, February 27, 2009

Support Go Red Month!

Red Hat Ladies,

I don't know if you all have heard but National Wear Red Day is quickly approaching. Well actually it's already here, as in it's today and everyday...and it's just one more great excuse to wear red!.

National Wear Red Day is part of the American Red Cross' Go Red for Women Movement, which is encouraging women to wear red in support of their hearts. Heart disease is the number one killer of women, and as women we want every other women to be healthy and stay healthy!

So let's put our fabulous red outfits, red hats, and red hat accessories on to make a statement in support of all the women we love. It's a great idea for your next Red Hat Chapter event.

Until Next Time,

Queen Diva Dishberry

Thursday, February 12, 2009

Winter Fun!

Good Day To You!

As I'm sure you all know, I am a strong believer in having fun. No matter if it's rain or shine, I can almost always find some fun activity to do in my red hat with my red hat ladies. Now that the weather has become quite cold and snowy, the activities seem to be limited, but I won't let that stop me!

One of the best ideas that I have come up with for the winter months is ice skating. Whether you want to go to an indoor ice rink or skate outside at your local park, I'm sure you will have a blast doing it. Wear a purple t-shirt under your purple sweatshirt and finally a purple rhinestone zipper jacket on top. This way, you will stay warm, comfortable and stylish while you're outside in the cold.

Maybe you can find a local spot that displays gorgeous ice sculptures. There is a place close to my home that holds an annual ice carving contest. It is so much fun looking at the beautiful detail and appreciating the hard work that went into making these sculptures.

At night when the weather is bitter cold, stay inside with your red hat women for a slumber party. Wear your comfy purple pajamas and stay inside to watch movies and share stories. I think this would be the perfect ending to a fun-filled winter day.

Until Next Time,

Queen Diva Dishberry

Friday, January 30, 2009

Aretha Franklin's Headwear!

Red Hat Woman!

This past week I turned on my television to witness President elect Barack Obama be sworn in as the 44th president of the United States of America. It was a proud day to be an American as we witnessed history being created before our eyes.

Engaged in the the events that surrounded President Obamas inauguration speech, Ms. Aretha Franklin caught my attention with her powerful voice and elaborate headwear.

As a hat connoisseur, and advocate of elaborate headwear, I became instantly intrigued. This hometown hit singer engaged the crowd and televised talk shows with the topic of her hat more than her singing. And with a hat that fabulous, how could we not be talking about it?

Like the the motown singer, Designer Luke Song is also from Detroit, Michigan. His local family business received an overwhelming amount of attention and orders during the week of the inauguration.

Before the soulful singer finished her version of "My Country, 'Tis of Thee," phones at Mr. Song Millinery began ringing. By Wednesday afternoon, Mr. Song had sold hundreds of this one of a kind hat.

An oversized bow took control of the dove-gray chapeau that sat atop Aretha Franklins head. Trimmed with elegant Swarovski crystals, the detail was complimented by its unique design to create a piece of headwear that was truly show-stopping.

I wonder if Mr. Song has plans of making one in red. We can hope ladies!

Until Next Time,

Queen Diva Dishberry

Tuesday, January 20, 2009

Get Organized

Hello Red Hatters!

Lately, I have been trying to get organized. Sometimes it seems like my home and my life are so cluttered that I can't even think! I noticed that much of my precious red hat apparel, including my red hats, have been carelessly scattered across the bedroom floor and thoughtlessly thrown into the closet. This is not how I want to treat my delicate treasures, and I'm sure you feel the same. So let's get organized starting today.

One of the easiest and quickest ways that I have found to keep all my red hats in one place is by storing them in boxes when I'm not wearing them. If you find a large enough box, you will be able to fit even your most extravagant red hat inside. I own the Fancy Nancy hat which is big, bold, and beautiful. I found a box that will easily store this hat, along with many others.

It isn't a difficult task to organize your home. You will be able to breathe easier, and maybe even find that one red hat that has been missing since last year. So c'mon red hatters--now is the time to start re-organizing and taking back your space!

Until Next Time,

Queen Diva Dishberry