Royally Married, Guest who.

I have written about the McQueen dress worn by Catherine Middleton, but what also caught my eye while ‘researching’ for that topic was what the guests and the people who were present wore. No doubt, people put in more effort to attend a royal event and it sure shows in the outfits.

Let’s start with Catherine’s sister, Pippa Middleton, who was in a Alexander McQueen bridesmaid dress. Now whoever said bridesmaid dresses should look fugly. Her dress is absolutely stunning despite it’s simplicity and it’s now a hot favourite wedding dress design.

Now on to the guests:

Love the shade of deep blue on Princess Eugenie’s Vivienne Westwood dress and the fact that it is a British designer that she’s wearing. Also love the surreal in-your-face bow hat that Princess Beatrice is wearing that matches the shade of blush pink coat dress.  Read some critique that people find the hat ridiculous but personally, I love how fun it is. In fact it was the first thing I noticed in this picture. Attention grabbing and very Lady Gaga. Keep going Philip Traecy!

Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden in a flattering salmon pink dress.

David and Victoria Beckham. Victoria looking chic as always in a navy blue dress from her own label. Personally, I think the look is a little too solemn for a wedding, but I’m guessing that she chose a darker shade to cover her baby bump. Another Philip Traecy hat.

Tara Palmer Tomkinson in the colour blocking trend of the season. Royal blue for a royal wedding. Extremely daring assemble I must say. (Philip Traecy again)

That’s all for now!

X Alex

(Images from huffington post and elle )

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