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Roayal Mania.

Although millions of people around the world were doing the same, watching something like that was kind of like getting a secret look into the private lives of Kate and Wills. When Will mouthed "Wait till you see her" or when William told Kate how beautiful she looked. Royal or not (but chances are I woulnd't be watching it if it were not) all weddings are beautiful, but what really matters is the dress.
Up at 2AM to make a traditional english breakfast of scones and breakfast tea for myself. I was so glad when at 5:51 (not a minute later, she's british) it was confirmed to be Sarah Burton, new creative director at Mcqueen, who had designed the now Princess Catherine Middleton's wedding dress. Of course it wasn't a typical Mcqueen look, it was a much more of a simple kind of beauty for the day. After all, she was becoming a princess today. Burton also did Kate's sister Pipa's dress. The attire throughout the abbey was standard formal with a load of exceptional millinery. Personally the cowl neck and buttons on Pipa were my favorite.


1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I see the wedding ... It was just... WOW ! *.*


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Caroline Mason: 21. Native New Yorker (and one time North Carolinian). Assistant to Derek Blasberg. Just a girl who is OCD about all things fashion, drinks way too much coffee, and has an affinity for late night talk shows and travel books. FIT class of 2016. Previously with Karla Otto PR, Lori Goldstein and Lester Garcia.

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