I’m really happy towrite about Meghan and Kate, because I keep track of them and to me it seems they brought a fresh breeze into the British palace and made some rules crumble or at least a bit more flexible. I salute their energy, which hits you and you can feel they belong to a different generation, so they can elegantly bring together the beautiful, contemporary, lavish, and simple. I’ll focus on fashion, of course, but this isn’t a comparison piece, because I think they each have their own style. Some prefer Kate, others Meghan, I suppose they’re very different women, so any comparison would be pointless. To me, each is wonderful.
Meghan is for classic…
She loves Givenchy and doesn’t seem to complicate. It looks like Meghan is a simple woman, who bets mostly on a good figure, which she emphasizes with basic lines and dresses, which are mostly smooth. Monochromatic creations, among which black and navy blue hold a special place, look amazing on her, but if we take a closer look, it’s dresses we all ownin our closets, they’re not so original, but they are exquisite in combination with accessories, such as high heel stilettos, large bags and a fine piece of jewelry, which doesn’t stand out too much. If you pay attention, you’ll probably noticeshe uses a lot of thin belts: it’s a great trick to make the silhouette seem even more slim, while the belt adds a bit of glamour and the right measure of elegance at the same time.
…and so is Kate!
I know there are some who find her a tad boring, but I really think she’s perfectly appropriatefor a princess and she handles her role with grace. She is never overdressed or unkempt, always suitable for her age, although the dress and skirt lengths are strictly at the knees, which sometimes makes her seem very conservative.Personally, I see them both, Meghan and Kate, in denim shorts and a crop top, but I suppose that’s a look they save for William and Harry, which is alright. Kate look best in light pastel tones and just like Meghan, she wears square neck lines, which emphasize her slim figure and long neck. I loved her look at the christening of her third child, she looked so gentle and sincerely satisfied. And when I think she’s actually given birth for the third time and still maintains that figure, all we can do is applaud her, because we all know how difficult it is to getbackin shape after birth.
Next time, I should definitely write a piece about hats, which are a necessary accessory of their fashion and protocol, showing astrue works of art on their heads. Until then, I’m anxious to see new and interesting fashion adventures, even if they are very classical!
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