The words “Fashions” and “Styles” are more likely used with the women. From the beginning, women’s autonomy had been designed to be in line with fashion, and it had become a part of their lifestyle. They constantly seek new styles and trends, which have made the fashion industry busier and more competitive.
Do you think it will change for female members of the Royal family?
As usual, the Royal class fashion has become a trending topic in the last few weeks after the Platinum jubilee celebration of Queen Elizabeth. The whole fashion industry focused on the classy and elegant designs used for the occasion.
The female members of the royal family, in particular, were given several opportunities to participate in festivities. Because of this, many designers put in long hours to produce stunning costumes.
However, as per the reviewers, women in the royal family are more likely to imitate. Because of this, many princesses repeatedly turn to the same designers and always look in the same outfit.
Here we have collected some stunning costume designs those different princes repeatedly warned.
#1. The Vampire’s Wife “Falconetti” dress -– wore similar emerald dresses from the cool-girl brand
Left: Princess Beatrice, the eldest daughter of Prince Andrew, the second son of the Queen of Britain – She wore this gorgeous dress to The Dior Sessions Book Launch in London on October 1, 2019.
Right: One year later, Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, wife of Prince William, was seen in a similar outfit during a visit to Ireland on March 3, 2020.
# 2 Self-Portrait gown – This beautiful lace dress is perfect for Princess Catherine and Sophia.
Left: Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge – Attending an event in London, UK, on November 3, 2016
Right: Princess Sophia of Sweden – Three years later, on June 14, 2019, at the Royal Palace in Stockholm, the South Korean president and his wife attended a state banquet in honor of the couple
# 3 Stella McCartney one-shouldered gown – When we see Princess Charlene and Queen Maxima wearing this dress, we are reminded of the ancient Greek goddesses
Left: Princess Charlene of Monaco, former Olympic swimmer, and wife of Prince Albert II of Monaco – attending the Laureus World Sports Awards on February 27, 2018
Right: Queen Maxima, Wife of King Willem-Alexander of the Netherlands – Attending the Annual Feast of the Diplomatic Corps in Amsterdam on April 9, 2019
# 4 A Royal Favorite – The royal princesses seem very fond of this dress. This gown by Jenny Packham, a designer specializing in royals – Most princesses seem to like it.
From left to right: Princess Alexandra of Sayn-Wittgenstein-Berleburg – Attending the 40th Jubilee of Queen Margrethe in a dark red version of Jenny Packham’s dress in January 2012
Princess Alexandra of Luxembourg – Attending the wedding of Prince Felix and Claire Ladmacker in Luxembourg on September 21, 2013, in a light blue version of the dress
Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge – Dressed in jade green at the Tusk Conservation Awards in November 2018
Princess Madeleine of Sweden – Dressed in a purple version for a party in New York in October 2013
# 5 Cream Hugo Boss suit- The dress with the pleated skirt and keyhole neckline is simple but attractive
Left: Princess Sophia of Sweden – Arrive at the Royal Palace in Stockholm to attend the Te Deum Thanksgiving service.
Right: Queen Leticia of Spain – Attending a ceremony at the Royal Spanish Academy in Madrid on June 22, 2017
# 6 The royal sisters dressed in similar attire – Charlotte Marie Pomeline Casiraghi and Alexandra – Princess of Monaco
Left: Princess Charlotte – She wore a blue-green dress for her uncle Albert II’s coronation on July 12, 2005
Right: Princess Alexandra – Fourteen years later, on May 2, 2019, the Princess attended an Alberta Ferretti fashion show in Monte Carlo.
# 7 Giambattista Valli silk floral gown — Adorned with floral motifs, the two princesses look like divine maidens.
Left: Queen Maxima of the Netherlands – The Queen attended the Tilburg Theater for the Kingsday concert on April 4, 2017
Right: Princess Madeleine of Sweden – Princess, wore that dress on October 3, 2018, at the World Childhood Foundation Tank You Gala in New York City.
# 8 Vilshenko “Jerry” dress – Delicate floral designs and intricate color patterns give princesses an elegant look.
Left: Princess Mary of Denmark – Princess in a gorgeous dress attending a business conference in October 2017 at the Gajoen Tokyo Hotel
Right: Princess Charlene of Monaco – at Monaco’s traditional end-of-summer picnic in September 2016.
# 9 Valentino one-shouldered jumpsuit – Although both royals used this costume design as an experiment, it seems to have been highly successful.
Left: Queen Maxima of the Netherlands – The Queen attended the opening of the new season of the Koninklijke Orchestra in Amsterdam in September 2015
Right: Princess Charlene of Monaco – wore a Red Cross Gala in Monte-Carlo.
# 10 Emilia Wickstead “Dionne” Dress
Left: Sophie Countess of Wessex, wife of Prince Edward, Earl of Wessex, the youngest son of Queen Elizabeth II – She attended the Royal Ascot Day 1 on June 19, 2018, at the Ascot Race Course.
Right: Princess Beatrice, the eldest daughter of Prince Andrew, the second son of the Queen of Britain – During Trooping the Color, the Queen’s annual birthday parade on June 8, 2019.
# 11 Nina Ricci gown – Wearing same dress
Left: Queen Silvia of Sweden
Right: Princess Victoria, Crown Princess of Sweden – Princess Victoria wore the same Nina Ricci gown that her mother wore at the 1995 Nobel Prize Awards.
# 12 Malene Birger maternity coat. – During their pregnancy
Left: Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge
Right: Princess Mary of Denmark
# 13 lace Dolce & Gabbana dress.
Left: Crown Princess Marie-Chantal of Greece – attended Derby Day in Epsom, England.
Right: Sweden’s Crown Princess Victoria – A few days later, at the baptism of Princess Leonore, she wore the same style.
# 14 Missoni printed coat
Left: Princess Mary of Denmark
Right: Princess Laurentien of the Netherlands
# 15 sparkly Erdem midi dress
Left: Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge – Participating in a Welcome Ceremony in February 2017 to mark the launch of the UK-India Cultural Year.
Right: Norwegian Crown Princess Met-Marit – In November 2016, she wore a similar dress at the Canadian Museum of History.
# 16 pretty lace Elie Saab dress
Left: Sweden’s Crown Princess Victoria – Attending the baptism of Prince Alexander on September 9, 2016, in Stockholm.
Right: Queen Maxima of the Netherlands – wearing a similar outfit to a ceremony on October 11, 2017, at the Champalimad Center in Portugal.
# 17 Erdem dress
Left: Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge – Participating in the 2019 RHS Chelsea Flower Show in London on May 20, 2019
Right: Princess Eugene of York, the younger daughter of Prince Andrew – attending Windsor’s traditional Royal Mound service at St. George’s Church on April 18, 2019.
# 18 Bright for Summer
Left: Queen Matilda of Belgium – She was attending a National Day celebration on July 21, 2018
Right: Princess Sophia of Sweden in a similar outfit to the Sophiahemmet University Graduation Ceremony on June 11, 2018, at Stockholm Town Hall
# 19 Beulah London dress.
Left: Crown Princess Mary of Denmark – attending a ceremony on December 4, 2019, at the Community Health Center in Indonesia.
Right: Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge – Attending the NHS Birthday Celebration at Queen Elizabeth Hospital on July 5, 2020
# 20 Sandro’s All-Over Print Dress.
Left: Crown Princess Victoria – attended a meeting of the World Health Organization in Stockholm on April 10, 2019
Right: Queen Leticia of Spain – she attends an awards ceremony on May 20, 2019, in Madrid
# 21 Roland Mouret “Lamble” gown
Left: Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, in 2022,
Right: Queen Maxima of the Netherlands in 2017
Imitation is enjoyed not just by ordinary women but also by royal ladies. As you continue reading this text, it will become abundantly evident that Princess Kate has a unique position. She has no issue imitating the styles worn by others, and as a result, many members of the royal family are enticed to follow in her footsteps.
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