With only days left until the royal wedding, one question remains unanswered: who will dress the bride?

Although milliner Philip Treacy insists he will not be adorning Kate Middleton, it's confirmed that he will design hats for a few of the bride's guests. The Irish-born designer told Style.com that, "people came to see me as soon as the invites went out."

According to the Daily Mail, "Kate and Philip discussed designs and which senior ladies of the wedding party would wear what, including her mother."

His spokesman confirmed to the Daily Mail that they Treacy was commissioned to create pieces for the Royal Wedding party but added: "It's a private client so we can't comment."

Kate's step-mum-in-law is already a fan of the award-winning hat maker -- he designed Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall's, wedding head dress in 2005.

And we should expect to see more of Treacy in the royal future -- Kate has worn his designs in the past and will likely sport more.

So watch the video above to learn more about the artist, and let us know in the comments section if you would ever wear one of his hats. We did once, and it was an interesting day for one StyleList staffer.