Every time Kate Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge, comes out in public, people praise her choice in fashion. Reports claim that Middleton has tapped her stylist to do a wardrobe makeover for husband Prince William.
According to Daily Mail, Middleton asked her stylist Natasha Archer to start with Prince William’s transformation during the couple’s recent visit to Canada. Archer assured the 34-year old Prince and Dutch of Cambridge that she is merely helping in editing and enhancing his bearing to the commoners.
In Canada, Prince William wore linen jackets and sweaters from J Crew, Jaeger and Reiss. Aside from that William will now be seen wearing suits by Savile Row tailor Gieves and Hawkes during formal gatherings.
With the makeover, William bids goodbye to his brown loafers, trainers, cords and chinos to a more fashionable choice such as tighter-fitting tapered trousers and L.K. Bennett desert boots. Archer, who is Middleton’s stylist back in 2014, seemed to have gained praise in transforming William to an elegant monarch of the modern times.
Kate Middleton is perfectly polished in black and white separates on last day of Canada tour: https://t.co/QqODn5ppqh
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With William’s fashion makeover, he now complement’s Middleton’s lauded fashion statement. The Duchess best dress in their Canada visit includes a blue Jenny Packham dress, a forest green Dolce & Gabbana frock, and off-white Catherine Walker coat.
And it seems that William is not the only one getting a fashion sense, Middleton has also kept the cultural English tradition of making Prince George wear shorts. Etiquette expert William Hanson explained to Harper’s Bazaar that for a boy to wear trousers is quite middle class and no member of the royal family would want the tag as suburban.
Middleton is not only making some changes in the Royal circle but also wants to keep her and her husband fashionably updated. Thanks to Archer, fashion insiders would be on the lookout about what the couple would wear in their next public appearance or on their next trip.
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