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Where can you turn when you have two impossibly fabulous weddings to attend, but you don’t know what to wear to either? Anna Dello Russo, of course. The Vogue Nippon editor at large took to her blog to lay down the law on dressing for a spring wedding, anticipating (and quite correctly) that her site would be the first place people would flock to for advice on how to dress for Kate Middleton and Kate Moss‘s upcoming weddings.
Fashion lover Daphne Guinness might not be going to the royal wedding, but she has a definite opinion of what Kate Middleton should wear when she walks down the aisle. The heiress wants the princess to wear Alexander McQueen.
While everyone has been talking about the dress (and, tangentially, the jewels) that Kate Middleton will wear when she walks down the aisle, we haven’t heard much about her shoes. We’re guessing that might be because they’ll be hidden underneath a waterfall of white silk or cream tulle or cloudy lace or something of that stripe. But that doesn’t make them any less important, so Regina Popp Smith, fashion editor at Footwear News, reached out to shoe designers to see what they’d make for the queen-to-be.
You guys, the royal wedding invitations have arrived! Ours is still making its way over from England (it takes a while, okay?), but we were able to find a scan of the invite on the interwebs. And to be honest, we’re really disappointed.
You may or may not have noticed that we here at Styleite are obsessed with every detail of the Royal Wedding. If you’re not like us, you might need one of these hilarious new Royal Wedding Barf Bags, designed (and actually sold) by British artist Lydia Leith.
We knew the day would come when Kate Middleton would quit her job to become a full-time princess, but part of us is sad it happened. But we assume planning a royal wedding is pretty involved, so we’ll give Kate a pass for now.
That’s right, Michelle and Barack are getting the royal snub. The Daily Mail reports that since Prince William isn’t heir to the throne yet (that distinction belongs to his father Prince Charles), his wedding won’t be considered a “state occasion.” As such, him and Kate have decided to leave the Obamas off the coveted guest list.