As Christmas is coming in less than a week, now is the final time for some Christmas shopping. So here are few pieces that will make you look like your favorite royals without breaking the bank:
This dress from Femi9 is very similar to the Alexander McQueen dress that was worn by The Duchess of Cambridge to The Thames River Pageant marking Queen Elizabeth's Diamond Jubilee earlier this year.
|Kate in a bespoke Alexander McQueen red dress|
Another elegant piece from Femi9 is this dress below:
With this dress you won't be copying only one royal, but TWO. And not one designer, but TWO!
This dress resembles many Valentino creations, most notably this one worn many times by Princess Maxima of The Netherlands.
|Pincess Maxima in Valentino|
|Princess Mette-Marit wearing Nina Skarra dress|
This Femi9 dress also retails for less than 800LE, add a satin bow belt, and you've got a royal look!
For a winter look, this handmade coat from Zara (HERE) will give you the look of Princess Charlene of Monaco when she met Florence's mayor with Prince Albert in October.
Pair this 1399LE ($199) with a beige dress and nude heels to achieve the royally elegant look!
|Princess Charlene wearing Akris dress and coat in Florence, Italy|
From Mango you can get this ruffles dress (HERE) for 555LE (around $90)
Get it in red and pair it with a matching bolero and you'll get Princess Stephanie's engagement look designed by NATAN.
|Countess Stephanie de Lannoy (later the Hereditary Grand Duchess of Luxembourg)'s engagement look|
Or get it in off-white:
Mango also offers this gown for 2440LE (around $395)
Which resembles Princess Madeleine's Marchesa gown which she wore to attend the World Childhood Foundation Gala Dinner in New York last May.
Neiman Marcus offers this brilliant blue sheath by Lafayette 148 New York for 3970LE (around $643)
Pair this very versatile frock with black pumps and a long necklace and you'll look exactly as elegant as Kate when she visited the National Portrait Gallery last July in he Stella McCartney number. Or mix it up with a leopard print pair of pumps with some dangling necklace and you'll get Princess Mary of Denmark's look when she visited Hong Kong earlier this month wearing Malen Birger. Get it from HERE
|The Duchess of Cambridge in Stella McCartney, Princess Mary in Malen Birger|
Below, you can see Princess Charlene wearing a pink peplum dress by Dior to receive her Grand Cross of the Order of Saint-Charles in Monaco last month.
You can get the style with this Victoria Peplum dress by Alice and Olivia for the price of 1753LE (around $284) which wouldn't just look royal or princessy but also stylish as peplum is so en vogue these days. Get it from HERE
Would you copy royals' fashion choices? If yes, who would you like to steal her style?
Happy holidays everyone!
photos: Neiman Marcus, Femi9, Zara, Mango, Palais Princier, NewMyRoyals, Myroyals, PPE