Clever Fashion Hacks From The Royal Family
If you want to know how the royals always appear flawless and impeccably made up, you’re in luck because we know their tricks and we don’t mind spilling!
The Royal Family’s secret lies in little tips and gimmicks that you can do at home. You’ll look so glam and polished you might even get the paparazzi chasing after you!
The royal family is always in the spotlight
If you’re a royal, a wardrobe malfunction isn’t acceptable and bad hair days aren’t allowed. So how do they manage to always look like a million bucks? Wearing bright colors is one trick of their trade, particularly for 94-year old Queen Elizabeth.
Does she like the vibrant, almost neon colors she favors? That is a royal secret we can’t spill, but we can say that one of the reasons she wears them is to stand out in a crowd.
In the documentary, The Queen at 90, Sophie, Countess of Wessex stated, “She needs to stand out for people to be able to say, ‘I saw the Queen.’
Which makes sense since the crowds can be 2 to 15 deep in people and everyone is there to get a glimpse of the queen as she walks past.
Royal hair always needs to be under control
Kate Middleton has gorgeous hair and there’s a reason it always looks fantastic—hairnets. Not only is a hairnet inexpensive, it ensures that there are no flyaway hairs on windy days.
Hats with built-in combs are another must for ensuring bad hair days don’t happen. To do this hack, simply attach combs inside the hat, behind the ears where they’re not visible.
Weighted skirts mean that hems stay put
You’ve heard of weighted blankets, but the royals use weighted skirts and dresses to make sure they maintain their dignity against wind gusts. If you’d like to try this trick sew small lead weights, like the kind used for curtains, into a dress or skirt.
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Shoes sometimes look too big for a reason
Have you ever noticed the Duchess of Cambridge wearing shoes that appear too big? She does it on purpose, for the same reason tons of celebs do. According to fashion maven Harriet Davey, wearing shoes a size larger than normal helps to avoid sores and are more comfortable when feet swell.
Speaking to The Sun, Davey said, “Celebs often go a size up, or even two, in the shoe department when they’re at an event or on the red carpet and it’s for one reason we can all relate to – to avoid blisters.”
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