Royal Wedding is in one month. All the invitees must be going through their wardrobe or looking at the catalogues, searching for the perfect dress to mark their presence on the Century’s first Princess Wedding. The October 12 will be another historical day of British Royal History and everyone would love to leave their shadow behind on this big day.
This Eloise dress from Laura Green is a perfect choice for the day reflecting British luxurious delicacy. Crafted from French Corded Embellished lace the dress features hand applique seams that exude the contemporary romance with classic elegance.
Paired with Suzannah’s Tweed and Silk Hunter coat. Beautiful medium weight soft tweed coat-dress inspired by a vintage hunting coat. Tailored from beautiful Italian tweed cloth which is a blend of wool and silk, and fully lined in black silk satin. Black velvet high ball buttons finish the coat beautifully. Tailored bodice with high back neck pitch. A flattering fluid circular skirt part falls to below the knees and sweeps elegantly to mid-calf at the back. Immaculately presented. A flattering silhouette which is a dream to wear.
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While we are celebrating British pomp and ceremony, how can we forget Emmy London – the rose of British fashion? Emmy London’ kid suede Natasha clutch bag in a chic vapour grey shade is already a popular royal choice.
Teamed up with Emmy’s Poppy Vapour – A timeless occasion court shoe in soft grey kid suede, perfectly simple to complement a more detailed dress or to complete a simple, effortless look. Super flattering to the foot and leg, lined in leather with a natural nubuck sole.
A wedding cannot be complete without jewels and a woman is incomplete without a pair of pearls. Cassandra Goad’s Nevski Freshwater Pearl Earrings in 18ct white gold set with pave diamonds and 8mm white pearls are inspired from the great Alexsander Nevski Cathedral in Sofia, Bulgaria.
British traditions are the heart of the British culture and headpieces are a central part of the sartorial culture. Jane Taylor rules the millinery of Britain. It’s grey and silver Giulia will rule this outfit. What do you think about this outfit suggestion for a close one for the bride or groom?