The dress is beautiful and is still enchanting today

27/nov/2018 06:31:17 culiuw Contatta l'autore

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Kate Middleton likes her, just as we like her look. And it has our sympathy also because it recycles clothes like every ordinary woman. The last time he did it on the occasion of the reception for the Dramatics Art at Palazzo. The red dress Alexander McQueen had shown her off in 2012 for the Diamond Jubilee of Elizabeth II, and had been criticized for stealing the scene from the queen. The dress is beautiful and is still enchanting today.
British austerity (remember that Britain is out of the euro) begins with the wardrobe of Kate Middleton, or Duchess of Cambridge and wife of Prince William. We overturn this point of observation, dear to the English tabloids that, to public release of the splendid new mother, do not hesitate to emphasize the tendency of the great Middleton to recycle outfit Gillne, a very bourgeois thrift even for the wife of the future heir to the throne (after having highlighted the normal re-growth of the hair).

The cover of Hello! he portrays her on his arrival in the Caribbean. Kate is wearing pants, a white and blue striped T-shirt and sunglasses. That striped t-shirt is the same one shown a few months ago, host of the Stratford Sportsaid at the Olympic Park, which then wore under a blazer combined with skinny pants and shoes with cork wedges. A practical choice, also very suitable for a trip by plane with the little George who will spend his first relaxing stay with her at sea.

The exasperated consumerism in such difficult times, let alone the real one, can not and must not be sustained even if one discusses a member of the British royal house as in the case of Kate, invested with the difficult task of raising the fate of the approval of the Crown. And nevertheless, Queen Elizabeth II has shown that she does not like the stylistic choices of her nephew, at least according to English newspapers.

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