Converting to the Royal Dress Code

There were so many fabulous looks at the Royal Wedding of the now, Duke and Duchess of Sussex.

Royal Duchess Meghan looked absolutely breathtaking in her wedding gown designed by Clare Waight Keller of Givenchy.  What a fitting look for a Duchess.  The gown was made with a modern silk, on-trend three-quarter-length sleeves and bateau neckline.  Her train included a triple silk organza.  She was adorned with a white gold and diamond Galanterie de Cartier errings and Reflection de Cartier bracelet, which complimented are diamond encrusted tiara, with jewels dated more than 100 years old.  What a honor to be accepted in such a manner to wear the family jewels during your wedding.

As the Royal Duchess steps into her new role, she will now have to follow a few Royal Dress Codes when making public appearances.

She will be required to wear a day dress or trousers layered with a jacket or cardigan. Jeans are not typically allowed unless attending a more rugdit affair or activity.

 

Tiaras are often worn to formal affairs however, tradition is that its only worn on their wedding day and after marriage. Tiaras are worn to formal affairs because hats on women are not permitted after 6 P.M.