Saturday, 30 April 2011



Not only did Kate's dress impress there were other fabulous designers clothing that rolled into the Westminster Abbey.

First off I'll start with Pipa, Kates sister and chief bridesmaid, there has been alot of testimonal about whether she should of worn white! In my eyes i dont think she should have, even so some people say she stole the show, but with no doubt at all no one stole the show from the beautiful princess to be on her very special day.

Though Pipa's dress was stunning and she looked beautiful herself, their may be some reason behind her wearing white. I read that bridesmaids and ushers etc should dress similar to the bridie and groom to keep evil spirits away, well with no doubt there will be no evil spirits showing up in this marrige.

Victoria Beckham did not dissapoint yesterday at the most watched catwalk in history (The royal wedding), She wore a boat-necked navy dress of her own design with a pretty, scooped asymmetric hem and short sleeves, and a jaunty pillbox titfer by Philip Treacy. Her very high shoes, custom-made by Christian Louboutin and costing well over £1,000 and her large envelope clutch bag, too, was by VB, made from lizard skin and possibly costing more than the royal reception and honeymoon together.
Sir Elton John, one of the most esteemed celebrity guests at the ceremony, arrived with civil partner David Furnish at just before 10am.
While Sir Elton wore a black tail coat and grey trousers with a purple tie, Furnish went for a black suit and grey waistcoat.
But despite a lot of the celebrities going for darker colours for the ceremony, there were some who stood out from the crowd in bright outfits.
Tara Palmer-Tomkinson, went for an all-blue outfit - a royal blue dress, shawl, gloves, hat and shoes.

Joss Stone, usually famous for her bare-footed hippy style, looked smart in a tight red dress, with matching shoes, bag and a cream-coloured hat.

Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie also used the occasion to flex their fashion muscles, with Beatrice wearing a nude coloured jacket with interesting hat, and Eugenie opting for an elaborate blue and green dress designed by Vivienne Westwood and matching hat.

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