Royal ladies always look very fashionable when they appear in public, and fans pay close attention to what they wear.
According to style experts, there’s one big fashion trend we’ve seen with the Princess of Wales (formerly known as Kate Middleton), Meghan Markle, and many other royals over the years. Here’s what it is and why women should wear it to “keep themselves relevant.”
Trends women are rocking
Pantsuits for working women have been popular for a few years now, as Prince William’s wife has attended many events rocking the look. The Duchess of Sussex paired her $3,800 all-white suit with wedding shoes and earrings.
The Express has spotted several, including Queen Maxima of the Netherlands recently wearing a loose-fitting green belted suit and Queen Letizia of Spain photographing the oversized suit trend many times. Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden and Princess Charlene of Monaco also appeared in modern business looks.
Experts say Kate, Meghan, and other royals wear it to ‘stay relevant’
Celebrity stylist Miranda Holder said there’s a reason women are opting for this trend, and it’s to keep themselves relevant and look businesslike at the same time.
“This aesthetic works perfectly for royal women, as the on-trend silhouette makes them more relevant and fashionable,” Holder told the Daily Mail.
She added: “The nature of the suit, traditionally intended as business attire, is to ensure that they are appropriately dressed for whatever heaviness their schedule throws at them. means
Why the palace won’t release information about the Princess of Wales’ outfit
The Princess of Wales is one of the world’s biggest fashion icons, but palace officials recently decided not to pay too much attention to what she wears.
“Until recently, they always provided details of the Princess of Wales’ attire for each official engagement, except when she was dressed very casually, such as on a visit to a farm or garden. Now, unless it’s a highly glamorous occasion, such as a movie premiere or state event, or a trip abroad where you’re doing fashion diplomacy by wearing pieces designed in your host country, they won’t say what they say. I routinely refuse.