Comments from France on a few of the Royal Wedding outfits

Yesterday was very quiet here in the small French village of Grimaud. No street parties and no bunting to celebrate the Royal wedding.  In fact it was just a normal day. So a few of us patriotic Brits got together to watch the happy couple tie the knot and we raised a glass of Champagne to their future together. Most of the time we spent watching the amazing fashion parade unfolding before our eyes as the guests arrived at Westminster Abbey; making comments as to what we liked or disliked along the way. The general concensus was that we loved “the dress” however as there is already so much coverage and comments as to what Kate and the younger members of the royal party were wearing I thought that I would stick to the more mature members the congregation.

All three dressed very appropriately for the occasion 
 Photo by Euronews at Flickr

Good choice of colour it allowed her to stand out among the crowd 
 photo from Norman at Flickr

Beautiful colour, very classic and I loved theshoes
Photo from Flickr

All three great examples of how to dress appropriately for a wedding, they have set a high standard for wedding guests and mothers/grandmothers of the bride/groom this season.  What do you think?
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1 Comment

  1. 3rd May 2011 / 20:27

    Many have especially complimented Camilla, who was atypically up to date. The Queen is my favourite, though, in that sunny yellow. Here in Canada we do not muster the hats as the British do- makes for fascinating watching.

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