During their Canadian tour (you know, what poor people call “a vacation”), Prince William and Duchess Catherine sported these matching white cowboy hats at a rodeo in Calgary. While I normally think that British people are genetically predisposed to hat wearing, I think they might want to stick with ones that look like the Flying Spaghetti Monster and leave the cowboy (cowgirl? cowwoman?) toppers to Snooki. More
Topic: William and Kate
Will and Kate are cruising around the Great White North this week, and Kate’s giving props to Canada with her sartorial choices. Not only did she wear red and white for Canada Day, she rocked a custom-made maple leaf fascinator today in Quebec, showing once again that basic white and black clothes can pair with anything. More
It’s hard to be the most-photographed woman in the world, but Kate Middleton (aka Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge) is up to the challenge. One of her best strategies is rocking monochromatic black and white looks, which are striking and can work with almost any accessories. For her first trip to North America, she wore a black and white Erdem dress, which she can wear with any number of things already in her closet. More
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge (aka Prince William and Kate Middleton) have hit Canada. They arrived in the capital of Ottawa just in time for Canada Day. More
Have you heard? Prince William and Kate Middleton are engaged! It’s been something like eight years in the making, and Prince Dubya finally proposed while “on holiday” in Kenya. And what does William like best in his new fiancee? Is it that charming smile or those big brown eyes? We bet its those wacky hats Kate always seems to be wearing around town. Before Kate ditches them to make room for a tiara, here’s a look at the craziest hats the princess-to-be has worn atop her royal head.