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Old 06-16-2008, 06:37 AM
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I do think some times that they look like they have raided there mothers dressing up box . but as you said they are only young.
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Day one Ascot 17june2008
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Old 06-18-2008, 05:21 AM
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Well I guess that choosing such horrible outfits is an art in itself
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Yes, but they are at that age where they can experiment, make mistakes, and play with various styles (hence mix & match) thus looking like a complete and utter disaster. Now, if they were older and continued to make fashion faux pas' then I would grumble.

Nonetheless, let them have fun with their outfits... both are young adults and we all made horrific choices when we were their age.
I absolutely agree. I recently had the misfortune to have to move twice in an eighteen month period and had the horrible experience of opening old boxes of photo's when I was between 18 and 21.

Nightmares . . . . oh what a ghastly experience. I had no fashion sense, money but no fashion sense, not one itt-bitti microgram!

I think that age has seasoned me, and if in doubt I take a (fashionista) friend when I shop for special events.

These are young girls experiencing life. And, so long as they don't appear dressed in fishnet a'la Cher at the Oscars let's just give them a break. Oh and, by the way, whatever did people do before the advent of the "Stylist"? Enough already!

To be honest, I look forward to their next fashion experiment. It gives me a really good feeling when they get it really right, but more importantly, I really love it when they experiment.

Look on the bright side. . . . . . They could be snorting cocain!
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Old 06-20-2008, 09:45 PM
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Is Eugenie a smoker??
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Old 08-24-2008, 07:06 AM
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I love hats of these two girls:) they are sometime crazy:)
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I too like their somewhat "off the wall" sense of style and whimsy in their selection of hats.
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I like especially hat with butterflies...but I do not have any photos of it:) It is really crazy
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Both girls are thick just like their mother. No eating disorders here!
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I like especially hat with butterflies...but I do not have any photos of it:) It is really crazy
I believe she wore it at the Phillips' wedding.......
Still I believe style is something one has or does not. It does not come with age or needs loads of money. I had read some weeks ago that Roberto Cavalli would have Beatrice as his muse. I hope nothing comes out of this since she is not remotely fitting the mould of his creations......
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Both girls are thick just like their mother. No eating disorders here!
I take it you are referring unflatteringly to their physical build as opposed to their intellect. Not that it matters as both connotations are equally as snide and nasty.
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I don't think the girls are unattractive in terms of their physiques. Maybe they're not Victoria Beckham or any of the other stick fashionistas... but why should they be? They just look normal.
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Oh, my God! Eugenie could get away with this to a degree due to youth but the Duchess? No excuse there. I have seen Sarah dress nicely but why does she consistently dress as someone 25 years younger? All it does is emphasize that she isn't in her 20s any more.

The girls just need to find out what really works for them. Ladies of all sizes can dress well, it's just finding the most flattering cuts, proportions, colors, texture and fit. This just proves it doesn't take money to dress well, it takes good judgment to dress well. Money can buy tacky as shown here.
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My God! I actually found myself physically recoiling from that first set of Ascot pics. They must go out of their way to find such ugly clothes and hats. We can talk about experimenting all we like and we can all make the odd fashion mistake but they dress so consistently and so extremely badly that I don't think there is any hope for them. Some people have an innate sense of style e.g Ella Windsor but these two don't and I don't believe it can be taught. You either have it or you don't and their mother didn't have it either.
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My God! I actually found myself physically recoiling from that first set of Ascot pics. They must go out of their way to find such ugly clothes and hats. We can talk about experimenting all we like and we can all make the odd fashion mistake but they dress so consistently and so extremely badly that I don't think there is any hope for them. Some people have an innate sense of style e.g Ella Windsor but these two don't and I don't believe it can be taught. You either have it or you don't and their mother didn't have it either.
The secret is to find a personal shopper/fashion adviser who can say NO when they choose something inappropriate for their size, shape or whatever so they can buy clothes that fit them well, hide the bad points and accentuate their good points.
I agree, style is something no one can buy. One either has it or not. These ladies need help. With the help of someone who understands them and fashion, they can accomplish wonders.
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I agree with Odette. The problem IMO seems to be that they are experimental and they appear to like shopping with their mother. Why can't someone from British Vogue get hold of these girls? I bet they'd be lovely if they were properly turned out.
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It's a genetic thing. If you have Sarah for a mother and Anne for an aunt, you can't expect much, can you?
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