Friday, June 28, 2019

Royal Ascot, June 2019

Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge
From The New Daily:
Royal Ascot comes with a 36-page guide book to how to dress, and this year, for the first time, a modern change was made: guests could choose whichever gender dress code they most identify with. Hopes were high that might mean the Berkshire track saw the royal family emulating the likes of Cara Delevingne, who wore a top hat and tails to Princess Eugenie’s 2018 wedding, but most stuck firmly to blue or green shades in what they know and love. 
There were a couple of exceptions. When the five-day event kicked off on June 18, Kate Middleton debuted a $6600 powder blue custom Elie Saab dress with silver heels and a Philip Treacy saucer-style hat. Based on the label’s 2019 resort collection, the dress had added sheer sleeves, which would have broken the Ascot rule had Kate ventured out of the Royal Enclosure into the more plebeian Village Enclosure. (Read more.)
Queen Elizabeth II and Queen Maxima
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