5.02.2011

Royal Wedding: Best dressed

Of course I just have to do a little best dressed list of the Royal Wedding. I wish there were more photos of the evening, because I think the guests would be even more beautiful then than during the Westminster Abbey ceremony.

First, who else, the bride! Catherine Middleton Mountbatten-Windsor looked gorgeous during the ceremony, but looked very, very pretty at the dinner and party in the evening as well. This dress too, was designed by Sarah Burton for Alexander McQueen.


































Then mother of the bride, Carole Middleton (left on photo), and sister, Pippa. Both of them looked super. Carole wore a very chic blue coat, dress by Catherine Walker and hat by Jane Corbett, and as maid of honour, Pippa wore a white, sexy gown, designed by Sarah Burton. Many say Pippa looked a little too sexy and her gown was too white. They fear she has gotten even more attention than the bride herself.


































































I think Victoria Beckham looked amazing. But as many others have said too, it was more "celebrity funeral" than Royal Wedding. Loved her dress and purse by herself (of course), her Louboutin Daffodile shoes and Philip Treacy hat anyway. If her outfit and make up were in nude, more natural colours, she would have been the Belle of the ball. David looked very handsome too, but he shouldn't have worn his medal of honour.


































Why that weird Philip Treacy hat Princess Beatrice (right on photo)? Really, her nude Valentino couture outfit would have been absolutely beautiful if she had worn another hat. Though, I've decided to put her on the best dressed list.
































Princess Maximá of the Netherlands, my own country, wore a beautiful lace Valentino dress in blush tones. I'm so proud of 'having' one of the most beautiful and cheerful princesses in the world!

































Photos: AP, Reuters, Getty

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