2019 has been a rollercoaster year for the British royal family, but at least their fashion game has been on top form. Whilst the younger members of the royal household have made us
Whilst the Duchess started off the year in a plethora of tailored-to-perfection coats by Alexander McQueen and Catherine Walker, it was the custom princess-worthy gown by Gucci that had my heart beating. Seriously, what does a girl have to do to wear a gown this gorgeous (with
Clearly, February was a sartorial high for
We all know how Kate and Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, love to re-wear their
Casual may not be the first word that comes to mind when you think of Kate’s wardrobe, but we have seen her wear a myriad of minimalist everyday looks for events this year. She’s also worn numerous custom pieces, particularly during her trip to India and Bhutan with the Duke of Cambridge. However, it’s her interest in wearing more affordable high-street labels that caught my attention. Especially THAT & Other Stories dress us fans all clambered for after she took her family to the Chelsea Flower Show. And may I proudly boast that I own said dress!
No round-up of Kate’s 2019 outfits cannot include the stunning Alessandra Rich dress she wore for A Berry Royal Christmas special. This is the one look I haven’t stopped wishing for, thinking about, dreaming of. As much as I’m willing to splash out on her & Other Stories dress, this designer number was a tad over budget. Fortunately, Asos have come up trumps and designed THE perfect copycat (which I’ve already ordered!).
Whilst no official announcement of what the first engagement of 2020 will be for the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, we can only hope for more tours, more re-wears, more high-street labels and, let’s be honest, more photos of the family of five.