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I love silly hats!
You too, Clarissa? ;)Is it prince's sister on both photos? I read comments on Feministe it's supposed to be ironic, pushing boundaries on what can be considered to be a hat.I don't care much about clothes, but would wish to learn at least a bit what's vulgar. I see that the first hat is very colorful & could be a kitsch picture, but I kind of liked the second since it's Alice in Wonderland style hat. At least, I immediately thought about Carrol's Alice for some reason. Can they choose what to wear much at all? I mean the wedding was very formal & serious occasion, and probably specialists made the decisions. If somebody failed, it's they.
You know even though I'm Welsh and didn't even watch the royal schmaltz fest something in me I feels compelled to apologise to the rest of the world on behalf of Britain form inflicting this tackiness on the rest of the world. So yeah I'm sorry, I'm just so very sorry.
The entire second outfit is a complete disaster. Coupled with this person's coloring it makes her look washed out, wrinkly, old, frumpy and boring. This is just horrible taste,pure and simple.
What the hell is that on her head? The first one looks like someone poured nectar on her head and let her loose in the butterfly pavilion. The 2nd, yeah Carroll fits that one.
I now think it was an elimination method: Not black or white;neither blue (like queen) nor bright (have to look respectable);no strong colors for a girl like me, so stuck with this I'll be!
I believe that they are the daughters of the Duchess of York,Sarah Ferguson. It's just revenge because their mother wasn't invited to the wedding.
And she is the only one of the bunch who's fun and likeable, too!
But, did you not write that taste is a really recent invention? Why should people adopt any new fad which is only a few centuries old? Wait and see if it catches on. :-)
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