Highs & lows Of the Royal wedding

Royal WeddingFinally the big day came on Friday April 29th 2011, the most awaited royal wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton took place where all were set to compete each other in the race of fashion. The exclusive apparel of the British Royal family was classy and beautiful as ever. The bride, Kate Middleton, Duchess of Cambridge looked gorgeous and stunning.

Fashion designers from all over the world were anxious to know who would be assigned to design the outfit most talked about. The day had come and all eyes were at the princess, Kate Middleton, What would she wear? Who would be the lucky designer?

Kate Middleton wore an eye-catching but austere ivory gown, designed by Alexander McQueen’s Sarah Burton. To enhance the beauty of the bride, she topped her gown with the crown of the Royal family which she took from her grand mother-in-law Queen Elizabeth. The gown included a lace appliqué over an ivory bodice and skirt. The bodice and skirt was made of silk and satin. The jewelry included diamond earrings and a necklace.

“The dress is absolutely magical-it looks like it’s been put together by bluebirds”, said Angela Buttolph, editor of fashion magazine.
As a result, the bride was among the high sides of the Royal wedding. Now let’s take a look at the other royal guests and celebrities who made right or wrong fashion choices on the wedding. Most of the guests were looking stunning and gorgeous according to the occasion.

Top of the list were The Beck hams. Both David and Victoria Beckham were among the highs of the occasion. David wore a black suit by Ralph Lauren and Victoria wore a dark blue dress that fitted her perfectly. The couple together looked most sophisticated and elegant.

Another look at the Prime minister’s wife Samantha Cameron was she wore a blue dress along with an orange shawl and a necklace that gave a complete look to her outfit.

There were many other guests and senior officials at the Royal wedding who mostly chose to wear Spanish designer collection which made the event classy and memorable.

Now let’s move on to some of those who really look awkward in the occasion. Chelsy Davy was one of those odd ones who wore aqua marine bias cut silk blouse and skirt that was misfit for the occasion. Her nude-colored pumps and clutch did not enhance her over-all look.

Another awful dressed guest was the British socialite and TV presenter, Tara Palmer-Tomikson, who wore cobalt blue color that was not the cause of disaster instead it was energetic shape of her Deborah Milner dress .Although Tara tried hard to become one of the fashionable guests but was unfortunate.

Finally, it does not matter if the guests made a good or bad choice, there were highs or lows, do or don’t s in the occasion it just that they definitely enjoyed the most awaited wedding of the century.

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