Kate Middleton may have to give up a garment because it does not suit the future queen
Kate Middleton will be the next Queen Consort after Queen Consort Camilla and as her role as monarch approaches her style will now start to change, a fashion expert has claimed.
Fashion and royalty expert Miranda Holder explained that as Kate gets closer to her future role as queen consort after Queen Elizabeth’s death, “it’s likely that we’ll see her wardrobe. dress to become more formal and appropriate to his position”.
The stylist said, “Her immaculate outfits will no doubt remain stylish enough to captivate her loyal fashion fans.”
However, Kate’s image will evolve further, “to reflect this new phase of her royal life”.
Miranda explained that over the past few years, “we’ve seen Kate’s fresh-faced girl-next-door appeal morph into a sophisticated, elegant style sensation walking the delicate line between royalty and fashion. celebrity in her favorite nude-toned pumps with panache”.
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Polka dot dresses are one of Kate’s favorites, and she often opts for the playful pattern to attend the most important events, like her latest outing at Wimbledon or Royal Ascot in June.
Color psychologist and design director at Lick Color, Tash Bradley, says the Princess of Wales loves polka dot dresses as they are the perfect alternative to balancing “elegant and sophistication with fun and approachable polka dots” .
Clutches will continue to be the Princess of Wales’ favorite accessory as they add a touch of glamor to every occasion and also have a royal language of their own.
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Royal historian Hugo Vickers explained that if she passed her purse from one hand to the other, it meant she needed help getting out of a conversation.
He explained: “It would be very worrying if you spoke to the queen and saw the purse passed from one hand to the other.
“That would be very well done. Someone would come and say, ‘Sir, the Archbishop of Canterbury would love to meet you,'” he told People.
On top of that, the Princess of Wales could start wearing brooches “as a finishing touch to her look”, Miranda revealed.