Watched by more than a billion people around the world,
The Royal Wedding between
Prince William and Kate
, now The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge was
as big a fashion event as it was a moment in history.
Everyone waited with baited breathe, then exploded with
cheers as the royals, the celebrities and of course the bride
entered the Abbey. Stepping out in their best fascinators
and morning suits the guest, including
David and Victoria
, Sir Elton John and partner David Furnish,
Lady Sophie Windsor and bride-to-be Zara Phillips
(daughter of
Princess Anne) did not disappoint.

While others like
Princess Eugenie and Princess Beatrice,
Miriam Gonzalez Durantez, wife of deputy prime
Nick Clegg, went a little too far with their get ups.
Royal Wedding
Fashion Recap
Who were the best-dressed guests?
By Shakira Polite with additional reporting by Colin Megaro
Perhaps the most stylish couple on the planet,
and a very pregnant in heels, Victoria
looked smashing. David bringing a bit of
the states to his native country wore a
Ralph Lauren
morning suit complete with top hat. While the former
Spice Girl kept it chic and sophisticated in a
asymmetrical navy boat neck dress and lizard clutch
from her namesake line with sky high custom made
Christian Louboutin pumps. Not to be outdone by
the royals she topped off the ensemble with an
elegant blue pillbox hat by
Philip Treacy. Some
critics accused her of being too drab but I beg to
differ. The dress complemented her baby bump and
fit her body perfectly.

A man of the people, beloved musician
Sir Elton
in a traditional but slightly unflattering morning
suit added a punch of color with a pale yellow vest
and purple tie. While his partner
David Furnish kept
his look more conservative.

Soul singer
Joss Stone was pretty in pink…well
almost! Although I love the color, this dress and
matching jacket from
Hobbs London looked a bit too
serious for the free spirit songstress.  The chapeau
on top of her head, I am sure made it worse.
(Images Left to Right)

Lady Sophie Windsor
puts together a demure
look in
Armani Prive. With clean lines and
elegant subtle detailing she was a favorite
even with her saucer- esque chapeau.  

Clearly one of the more fashionable royals,
Zara Phillips, daughter of Princess Anne and
eldest Granddaughter to
Queen Elizabeth II
looked stunning in a metallic silver coat dress
Paul Costelloe, an avant-garde chapeau
Philip Treacy, sleek leopard clutch and
Mary Janes.  

Blush tones work well for wedding guests
looking to make a springy entrance and the
supremely stylish
Letizia, Princess of
hit the mark in Felipe Varela.

Lady Sophie of Wessex chose this beautifully
embroidered suit by
Bruce Oldfield, Jimmy
shoes and a rosette sprayed fascinator,
one of the best of the day by
Jane Taylor.

Former South African swimmer and
fiancée to
Prince Albert of Monaco
, a statuesque,
Charlene Wittstock opted for a minimalist
look in a grey
Akris coat dress and grey and
white wide brimmed hat. Wittstock finished the
look off with a simple pair of pumps, white
gloves and an oversized clutch, also from Akris.
Sisters, Princess Eugenie and Princess
wowed the crowd on the big day
with eye-catching outfits. Eugenie’s colorful
number by another British “royal” designer
Vivienne Westwood appeared to be more
befitting for the circus with the busy bodice,
messy hemline and pointed disaster a top
her head (by
Philip Treacy).

Beatrice looked lovely in a nude
coat with cutouts, a soft pleated skirt
and sleek heels. Unfortunately her outfit was
butchered by a fascinator. While the
hat was beautifully constructed it just
didn’t work.

Phllip Treacy finally hits a good note
Princess Marie-Chantal of Greece.
Layers of pewter roses and the curved
feminine lines, help to compliment the
Princesses face and ensemble, not fight for

The Prime Minister’s wife,
, opted for a ruched dress by
, Aldo shoes and jewelry by
Erickson Beamon for Erdem. Prince Harry’s
Chelsy Davy struck a very similar
fashion cord donning a teal custom
pleated jacket and skirt with Victoria
fascinator and Jimmy Choo's.
Queen Elizabeth II chose an
ensemble in a striking shade of
lemon-sorbet, which appeared
slightly understated for the grand
Angela Kelly designed the
Queen's crepe wool primrose dress.
The diamond brooch was a
Mary’s True Lovers Knot

Pretty blondes and cousins to
William and Harry (Diana was there
aunt), sisters
Amelia, Eliza and Kitty
wore some of the most
fabulous fascinators of the day! While
I though Kitty’s nude cap sleeved
sheath dress with exaggerated
shoulders by
Victoria Beckham was
a major hit, perhaps it was better
suited for a different occasion.

Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall,
dazzled in
Anna Valentine, who also
designed the gown she wore to
Prince Charles. The powdery
hues of her coatdress were nicely
accented by her
Philip Treacy hat.
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