Melissa started by explaining that there was a style overhaul when Diana stepped into the royal spotlight.
She told Express.co.uk:
“Her rather Slony wardrobe seemed to consist of edgy sweaters, pie collared blouses, long flowing skirts, and flat pumps. It was suitable for her work in , but hardly stylish.
“But once she got engaged to Charles, her style journey began – from shy Sloan to style icon!”
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Melissa believes Diana “really enjoyed fashion, whether she was wearing a Versace sheath dress, a full-length Bruce Oldfield gown, or shorts and a big sweatshirt for the gym.” increase.
She was never a huge follower of trends, but developed a “signature style that suited her,” according to experts.
This included simple lines, clothing worn close to the body, bold colors, and embellished evening gowns, with the exception of the iconic sweatshirt.
“She knew these clothes would work well for the shoot. They’re essential if you’re one of the most glamorous women on the planet. After all, you want to show the world your bad-looking shots.” Anyone have an idea?”
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If Diana were alive today, the People’s Princess would be 61 and her style would have been much the same, “classic,” according to experts.
“I like to tweak things as we get older, but if we’re happy with our personal style, just because we’ve reached a certain age doesn’t mean we have to suddenly change everything.” No. What we tweak is how our bodies change and how we feel about them.
“Maybe she wore sleeveless dresses less and made her skirts a little longer?”
Kate Middleton has a lot in common with the late Princess Diana, with both women under the royal microscope and never far from the hordes of fashion photographers.
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But if she were alive, would Diana dress like Kate is wearing now? Melissa doesn’t think so.
“To me, Diana’s style seemed a lot sexier and more glamorous than Kate’s, and she seemed to really like fashion and love the attention it brought to her.
“Her neckline is often high. This look is a little classy and I don’t think Diana went there.
“I think it’s worth remembering that Diana was unconventional. For example, she was the first royal woman to wear a tiara as a headband and trousers at an evening event, and her costume was sponsored by I made sure it was a tribute to the country. Where she has led, others have followed.
“Kate’s style is elegant but not necessarily sexy. Aside from a recent Christmas card showing her in skinny jeans, many recent photos show her preferred skirt length is now very The hem line is just above the ankle.
However, Kate and Diana share an eye for fashion and both wear some of the most famous designer brands.
“Kate has been on her own style journey,” says Melissa. I wear clothes that mix street.
“Personally, I was delighted when she began introducing tailored (often designer) pieces into her wardrobe that gave her role the necessary weight. rice field.”