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Old 03-03-2005, 04:26 PM
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so a royal dress should cover the sholderblades in your opinion?
how about clevage is there any royal that have worn to low cut dress
one i am thinking of was zara in a red dress a few years back but then again she is no princess

these dresses i have heard to be called to Hollywood

can a royal dress be to hollywood

other say that many royals dress to old Frumpy i think the word has been used for these dresses
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Old 03-03-2005, 04:39 PM
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so a royal dress should cover the sholderblades in your opinion?
how about clevage is there any royal that have worn to low cut dress
one i am thinking of was zara in a red dress a few years back but then again she is no princess

Actually it depends also of the people, the religieon that this royal is supposed to represent.

If the people who's represented by this royal doesn't find it self related to this royal or is shocked by it,so no need to claim being a representant of that people.

But generally,a royal dress in my opinion should be glamour but should respect those values!
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Old 03-03-2005, 04:41 PM
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these dresses i have heard to be called to Hollywood

can a royal dress be to hollywood


Yes i don't see something wrong with such as dresses,even hollywood stars could make the choice of being glamour and not sexy !
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Old 03-03-2005, 04:52 PM
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If i go to the princesses like mette marit and victoria i would like them to have a few gala dresses that is a bit more hollywood not to much clevage not like J lo but i have no problem with bare back
but i think there is difference in what event they are at
wedding, state visit gala, or other events
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Old 03-03-2005, 05:12 PM
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its my opinion that its fun when royals step out of the box and have some fun when they decide what to wear like märtha louise at her brothers wedding
its reminds me of snow white
or silvia in a dress with a big flowe on it
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Old 03-03-2005, 05:28 PM
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but it can go very wrong then i miss the dull royal fashion
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Old 03-03-2005, 05:44 PM
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here rae a few bare back of the swedish royal family
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Old 03-03-2005, 09:43 PM
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these dresses i have heard to be called to Hollywood

can a royal dress be to hollywood
I actually don't think Mary's dress is too hollywood. I thought Mary's outfit to the Red Cross Gala was much more hollywood than this dress. This dress was very elegant and I thought very royal.

Her Red Cross Gala dress however seemed to be something a celebrity would wear. It was fun, bright and very girly. However I thought it really fitted the event as the event was filled with stars and the like. If she had turned up in something like what she wore to the State Dinner, it would have just looked...strange.
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Old 03-03-2005, 11:52 PM
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I actually don't think Mary's dress is too hollywood. I thought Mary's outfit to the Red Cross Gala was much more hollywood than this dress. This dress was very elegant and I thought very royal.

Her Red Cross Gala dress however seemed to be something a celebrity would wear. It was fun, bright and very girly. However I thought it really fitted the event as the event was filled with stars and the like. If she had turned up in something like what she wore to the State Dinner, it would have just looked...strange.
Yes, I agree. the Red Cross Gala dress was. It´s all a matter of what to wear at what events. What is appropiate. That Red Cross Dress would be great for a Hollywood star. But not the State Dinner dress. That would be too "royal".
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Old 04-30-2005, 09:11 AM
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i mayself think its hard to say what is to hollywood and what si snot

do you think some royals dress to "royal"
what ever that can be
how do one discribe royal dress code?
Conservitive dressing?
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Old 04-30-2005, 09:44 AM
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Well royals definitely don't show alot of flesh as often as celebrities and they're slightly more conservative...Celebrities can wear whatever they want without alot of people bothering them about it so of course generally they're better dressers....of course that is a matter of opinion :)
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Old 06-19-2005, 06:24 AM
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are there royals that show ro much?
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Old 09-20-2005, 11:13 AM
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Personally I think Royals should wear whatever they feel comfortable in. If that's a backless dress or strapless dress then so be it. Nobody is going to want negative press so they will always be dressed in a manner that is dignified and classy. I can only think of one outfit that I've seen a Royal lady wearing that looked slutty and that was a long time ago!
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Old 01-18-2006, 03:27 AM
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zara wore a red dress that looked a bit to hollywood for me then again she is not a princess
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Old 03-08-2006, 09:14 AM
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did you see any dress at this year oskars that would work for royals and did you see any dress that you would not like to see on royals becouse it was to hollywood
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Old 03-08-2006, 09:51 AM
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I thought Reese Witherspoon's dress was beautiful and would suit most Royal women. I have seen pictures from an after party where she is wearing a long black coat over it and it looks stunning.
http://cache.gettyimages.com/xc/5700...32EBC763D16BD5
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Jennifer Aniston's dress, I could imagine Princess Caroline wearing it
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Nicole Kidman's dress for one of the younger Royals like Victoria or Madeline:
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Margherita Missoni's dress was elegant and simple, I think it would suit Letizia:
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Bryce Dallas Howard's dress for Martha-Louise
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Kerry Washington's dress, I'm not sure which Royal lady would wear it:
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Queen Rania maybe:
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I loved Megan Mullaly's dress, maybe Grand Duchess Maria-Theresa would suit it:
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A beautiful black dress, probably for Rania or Mary:
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Old 04-25-2006, 08:31 AM
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Are Royal Ladies More Elegant?

Looking at the Hello website it seems that the royal ladies are cleaning up in the "most elegant" poll. Do you think that the royal ladies are more elegant than non royal celebrities?
Personally, I would say yes. Elegance is not just about the clothes you wear but how you wear them and most royal ladies seem to have an inner poise which makes them look great.
Maybe we can also post pictures of royals and non royal celebs in similar outfits and compare?
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Old 04-25-2006, 10:42 AM
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I think the difference between Royals and the average celeb is that they are expected to behave in a particular way. After all a Royal couldn't dress in the same or act in the same way as certain celebs. Moreover they're not permitted to speak out on certain issues so will always retain an air of mystery as to their opinion on a certain issue. I'm not sure, but haven't Royal women had classes in etiquette, protocol etc.

Furthermore, didn't all the non-Royal Princesses eg. Mary, Mette-Marit, Letizia, etc. have to take certain classes to "become" a Princess?
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Royals have an obligation to be elegant. They are icons for their countries and must behave as such. When they don't it can be a blow to their nation.
Movie stars, singers, athletes... these are people who do as they please and say whatever they wish, they are paid WELL to be whatever their public expects. Take Madonna... <Removed comments-Mandy>. She couldn't be a successful English Lady if she wanted to <Removed coarse languague-Mandy>.
i like her music, but i wouldn't trust her as a babysitter or buy a children's book she wrote. Some non-royal celebs are classy-seeming enough, like...hmm...Emma Thompson, but they are few and far between. How many trashy royals are there??
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I can't think of one off the bat. You are right linneatherose, they are brought up to be models for their respective countries and the world. No offense to anyone, but I agree about Madonna.
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