Way to a perfect style was difficult for the Duchess of Cambridge, but for several years she was able to create a wardrobe that many can envy. How Kate did it and after going through Megan? This sends Clutch.
To get rid of tired favorite things
Like any girl, Kate had my favorite things that she could not leave. It concerns the ankle boots and the boots of the Italian brand Aquaitalia. Only when the shoes are too worn out, the stylists were able to convince Kate to get rid of the favorite pair. The reason Kate was stronger and she replaced them with new models of other brands.
Buying things “in bulk”
The stylists took me a while to convince Kate to buy a few pairs of comfortable shoes and outfits with a perfect fit. Because of this features the media the impression that the Duchess is too lean, it just puts the same thing several times. In fact – it’s only the fifth pair of comfortable shoes or the fourth dress from Emilia Wickstead.
Carefully choose the trends
Wife of William after the wedding had to refuse many of the fashion trends. Royalty needs to look stylish and restrained, so Kate chooses classic styles.
Customized clothes under the dress code
Many of the outfits offered by designers, it is not fall under the scope of Royal dress code, so the Duchess and her assistants style are making a huge effort to fit the image under the standard closet Princess. Kate has a team of tailors that change the shape of the sleeves, lengthen the skirts, clean neckline or even sew extra cover for transparent fabrics.
We will remind, the niece of Princess Diana as two drops of water similar to daughter Kate Middleton.
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Dave Zakarian has been a reporter on the news desk since 2013. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining The Koz Post, Dave Zakarian worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella.