Prince Harry & Meghan Markle……..Tomorrow is the day we all have been waiting for!
Yes it’s the Royal wedding!
If you’re a hopeless romantic with a love for a good fairy tale and an eye for fashion, you’re probably very excited for the Royal Wedding, in which mixed-race; American actress Meghan Markle will become British royalty. It’s a fairy tale come true. Come Saturday, all eyes will be on Prince Harry’s bride and you can be sure that she will continue the long-standing tradition of an epic wedding dress reveal.
However, there are few things you ought to know about the Royal wedding and put in mind as regards your dressing peradventure you find yourself at the Royal wedding. Lol
DON’T WEAR ALL WHITE OR BLACK
You don’t want to wear white to upstage the bride, and you don’t want to wear black to mourn such a happy occasion
DO WEAR OFF-WHITE
Want to be a rule-breaker? Wear an off-white colour. Mix in colourful or even black accessories and you’re neither stealing the show nor mourning a loss)
DON’T LET YOUR HAT TAKE OVER
If you’re at a fancy, British wedding, you’re almost always expected to wear a fashionable, sometimes over-the-top hat. Don’t let the hat overcome your look though
DO WEAR A PROPER FASCINATOR
When in doubt, a manageable fascinator is all you need—and you’ll actually be able to see what’s going on.)
Don’t wear too many colors
the multi-color print is a bit distracting and looks kind of like confetti on a dress.
DON’T BE TOO MATCHY-MATCHY
It’s a very common trend among high society to wear head to toe of just one colour
DO GO MONOCHROME
Like we said, the monochrome thing is very popular at British weddings
DON’T OUTSHINE ROYALTY
(Listen: There’s an apparent hierarchy across the pond. When Queen Elizabeth wears a pastel yellow, you bet Camilia, Duchess of Cornwall is going to wear a more muted pastel. Typically, high-society stylists will ask brands or designers if similar looks were bought from others for the same event
Don’t show too much skin
We say embrace your sexy, but at traditional British nuptials, dressing conservatively is typically the default, which means hemlines are usually never higher than a few inches above the knee and low necklines are almost never seen)