Thursday, 31 March 2011

Kate's Style Made Easy! Just In Time For The Royal Wedding!

Look inside the first few pages of Kate: Style Princess to see what the book looks like! Let me know what you think.

The book is filled full of glossy pictures of a beautiful Kate, tips on how to achieve Kate's style in a 'Steal the Style' section, a look at Kate's exercise regime and tips on how to stay trim like Kate, how to work Kate's day time/night time looks (fashion and beauty), where to shop to replicate Kate's looks and where to be seen if you want to hang out with other Royals! It also looks at Kate, the Press and Diana, her relationship with William through her style, comparisons to other Princesses including European Princess and speculation on the wedding of the century including the designers, the bouquets and the guests!


Sara x

Wednesday, 30 March 2011

Kate Middleton Inspired Hat!

Came across this lovely navy blue trilby hat that looks exactly like the blue trilby hat that Kate wore at The Cheltenham Horse Racing Festival in 2008 and it's designed by one of Kate's favourite shops Reiss. AND it's for a bargain price of £13 reduced from £45! If you think it was a while since we saw Kate in this gorgeous hat, just remember how much Kate recycles her outfits and re-works them, like the Katherine Hooker coat and black Issa dress. I reckon she still has her hat kept in her wardrobe for another day! Buy now before it sells out to channel Kate's style this season!

Reiss Clyde Accessories

Wednesday, 23 March 2011

Kate Middleton to wear Victoria Beckham Dresses?

If the rumors are true then Kate Middleton is planning to wear a selection of Victoria Beckham's evening gowns on her honeymoon. Take a look at two of the dresses I have picked off VB's website which I think would look amazing on Kate's slender figure. Both are in keeping with Kate's style and choice of colour pallet. They are classic, well tailored, have the perfect hemline and if paired with a tailored jacket they can be transformed seamlessly into night time chic. Don't forget the Chanel sunglasses and Prada bag!

VB collection has been worn by the likes of Madonna, Jennifer Lopez and Oprah Winfrey. Victoria supposedly sent Kate an early wedding present of some dresses from her latest collection and Kate fell in love with them. Kate is also said to have asked the former Spice Girl - who will attend the wedding at Westminster Abbey on April 29 with her husband David Beckham - for style tips to prepare for the romantic break.

For your own style tips to create a Kate inspired wardrobe take a look at my book - retailing just over £10 on Amazon and it's a hardback book - perfect for Kate memorabilia collectors worldwide!

Tuesday, 22 March 2011

Kate Inspired Jacket

Evening all, just browsing asos and came across this beautiful tailored jacket from Ted Baker retailing at £169.00 which I though I should share with you.

It would make the perfect addition to any woman's wardrobe especially if that woman is inspired by Kate!

There is also a matching dress to really channel Kate's style.

Just complete the look by accessorising with black pieces like a pashmina on a cold day or wedge sandals on spring day!

Extract from the book

Here is an extract from the book. It looks very different in the book as I could only upload the text and pictures seperately not the PDF of the book. But you can get some idea of the content! Happy reading.

Even if Kate doesn’t change her hairstyle much, there is one thing on her head that she embraces and changes regularly – and that’s the hat! Wearing a hat is all part and parcel of being a member of the royal family
and Kate has certainly showed herself to be fearless when it comes to wearing them.It’s not hard to see why Kate, sticking to strict royal protocol, has looked every inch a princess in the making whilst attending significant royal engagements with William.

Rachel Trevor Morgan


British fashion writer Hillary Alexander

Boy, do the royals love a hat! Kate will have looked to the likes of the Queen, Camilla and Zara Phillips for guidance on appropriate headwear that befits a member of the royal family.

The Queen
Queen Elizabeth usually wears a hat whenever she makes a public appearance and, like Kate, she has always managed to use hats to makeherself stand out from the crowd. A hat allows the Queen to be instantly
visible to everyone and to be seen from all angles. The Queen is said to take a great interest in her hats and a replica of her head is said to be kept at her milliner’s workshop. Her current milliner is Rachel Trevor Morgan, who has designed hats for the Queen for several important celebrations and high-profile events including her 80th birthday, her Diamond Wedding celebrations and for the races at Ascot. Judging by the
wonderful designs the Queen has showcased through the years, one can only imagine there is a small but vague brief for the milliner: it must match the outfit, it must flatter and the brim must be off her face.If anyone is going to be a hat muse for Kate, it’s going to be the Queen!

The daughter of Princess Anne, Zara Phillips, who is 11th in line to the throne, was crowned Celebrity Hat Wearer of 2008, taking the crown from Kate who had won it the previous year. The award is given annually by Luton’s millinery industry and has featured Zara twice in the past five years. On Zara’s choice of past hats, Philip Wright, from the milliner Walter Wright Ltd, said ‘Zara has opted for the more masculine but highlyfashionable trilby and fedora hat styles, together with some of the neat, chic, 1920s-inspired designs. But she’s also gone for some fairly extravagant styles which are both fashionable and fun.’Zara, the stylish equestrian, who favours Philip Treacy, could prove to be a positive style inspiration on Kate…and a contender for the bestdressed royal lady!

Princess Anne
Princess Anne is known more for her penny-pinching ways and fashion faux pas than her sense of style. In April 2009, at the monarchy’s Easter service, Princess Anne stole the show with her crazy bonnet. Instead of opting for a demure, classic hat, she sported a wicker bonnet with moulded fruits and berries on the back, which she accessorised with a matching headscarf. Fashion Editor Erica Davies claimed the ‘vintage’ (read: old and tatty) straw monstrosity would have been ‘more suitable for working in a paddy field’! And according to Davies, Princess Anne’s style ‘lives in a parallel universe to the royal world.’And while perhaps true most
of the time, it would appearKate has drawn inspiration from some of Anne’s less controversial hats!

Welcome to my blog!

Hello Ladies and Gentlemen and Kate Middleton Fans Worldwide!

Welcome to my blog. I am the author of Kate: Style Princess. A beautiful hardback book full of glossy pictures which looks at Kate Middleton's fashion style and journey from student to princess. It's full of great tips if you want to style yourself like Kate or just want to pick up some useful advice on how to achieve beautiful shiney hair.

Please follow my blog as I will be uploading previews from the book and blogging about Kate's latest outfits, old outfits and of course the Royal Wedding!

Love Sara