With the gradual return to the office, the question of changing pajamas to something much more conservative is becoming more and more acute. We decided to find three formulas at once that will help make friends with the dress code with comfort and maximum versatility. And for this, we looked through the chronicle of the exits of the royal persons – Kate Middleton, the Jordanian Queen Rania, and others. Let’s sum up and tell you what it takes to dress like the first lady!
Kate Middleton: in shades of latte
During her tour of Scotland, Kate Middleton showed off an arsenal of impeccably tailored coats, including her beloved azure Catherine Walker, which the Duchess wears over her naked body instead of a dress. We drew attention to the image based on classic latte-colored trousers and a straight double-breasted coat. We suggest repeating by adding a leather texture, and for contrast, a soft jumper with a zipper. The outfit will complete outfit with a caramel-colored bag and a pair of brutal watches to keep track of the time for the most important meetings.
Queen Rania: Jacket + Palazzo Pants
Queen Rania of Jordan is an example of elegance, which, however, can afford ultra-seductive leggings and a candy pink suit. To complete negotiations and sign contracts on especially favorable terms, we build an image around a loose graphite-colored blazer and light palazzo trousers. The latter will instantly add a few centimeters to the length of the legs and a couple more zeros to the amount of the transaction (in your favor, of course). The finishing touches are heeled slingbacks with a comfortable height and a minimalist clutch.
Queen Letizia: Printed Dress
From whom to borrow the ideas of images with dresses, it is from the Spanish Queen Letizia. Her Majesty loves prints, midi lengths, and accents at the waist. Taking inspiration from her look with a Victoria Beckham dress and Carolina Herrera scarlet pumps.
Graphic prints acceptable in the office, shirt style, and flying fabrics guarantee that the image will not fail. Add accent shoes or a bag of any rich shade to the black and white classics: from emerald to fuchsia.
In the basic wardrobes of the first ladies, designer items and clothing from the mass market coexist formal elegance and sportiness. We will tell you how to assemble a flawless capsule, like that of Kate Middleton, Queen Letizia, and other royal persons.