Long live Duchess of Cambridge
I’ve always had a fascination of Royal hats: their color, style, and uniqueness. When I watched the telecast of the Royal wedding of Prince William of Wales and Kate Middleton, it was there that I saw all kinds of hats. Royal wedding was like a fashion gathering for all elite people. They are wearing the most expensive-branded clothes, but the thing that stirred most gossip are the hats that the guests are wearing. Here are the hats that caught my attention.
I also included the photo of Princess Ameerah of Saudi Arabia because I didn’t just liked the hat of the Princess but also her dress.
And here comes my own version of Royal madness:
Dress: Belle Jean Clothing
Accessories: Beads and Pearls
Photos by: Aisa Mangompit
Hype this look at Lookbook here.
My hat from Beads and Pearls matches my dress. Well, of course they should match or I will not fit to the Royal brigade. Lol. I like the color and the style as well as the feather at the center. I don’t want to wear the huge hats because I only want to put a twist and style to my dress. This dress is now my new favorite. I am into classic and minimal style, and this dress fits the criteria of the style that I wanted to portray. This is a very simple dress. If you will wear this dress without any accessory, it will just be like all other dresses, plain and simple. I guess that is what I always wanted for a dress, because if your dress is simple, you still have a chance to work your magic on accessorizing. And I think that is what I am always good at. I have been an accessory addict from the day that I knew fashion. I love experimenting and I am not afraid of showing what the outcome would be. I guess, we just need to unleash our hidden femme fearless personality with a lot of confidence to rock our style. Do the things that make you happy, style the fashion that you wish to represent because at the end of the day, it is your opinion that matters because you know that you felt good on carrying your style.