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Old 10-15-2018, 05:02 AM
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Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie's Fashion and Style Part 11: October 2018 - July 2019

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Princess Beatrice attended the opening of LFHC’s newly expanded Neonatal Ward on Friday in Luang Prabang, Laos.

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Old 10-28-2018, 04:59 PM
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Princess Beatrice with different outfits in Laos and Cambodia.

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Lovely outfits for Beatrice; though the first is my favourite.
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Princess Beatrice at the Global Gift Gala in London tonight. Very elegant!

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Beatrice looks nice in general though the bow/ribbon seems a bit messy and ruins the outfit IMO.
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Beatrice looks nice in general though the bow/ribbon seems a bit messy and ruins the outfit IMO.
I thought it complimented the event--Global Gift Gala.
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I thought it complimented the event--Global Gift Gala.
Whilst that is a nice touch it just ruins the look for me visually, not the event itself.
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Princess Eugenie at Casamigos for Day of the Dead at Isabel in Mayfair last night

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And Princess Beatrice add to her Gucci dress from before a headpiece

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Beatrice looks like a flower child of the Sixties! What was she thinking?
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Princess Eugénie has definitely not the legs to wear these boots with nude or not tights. Was was she thinking? .
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Those girls...someone hire a stylist already!


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Why would they need a stylist? What's wrong with dressing up as they like when attending a private party?
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Beatrice looks like a flower child of the Sixties! What was she thinking?
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Princess Eugénie has definitely not the legs to wear these boots with nude or not tights. Was was she thinking? .
Holy crud - I finally figured out the multi quote button.

Anyway, Bea was channeling Frieda Kahlo IMO and I like it. A ginger Frieda, but none the less.

And Eug was thinking I am a grown woman that gets to make her own fashion decisions. AND IMO, she has the legs for it. I loath body shaming.
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I hope you don't face half the criticism regarding your appearance that you direct towards Beatrice and Eugénie because it's at times brutal.
What are you thinking?
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Why would they need a stylist? What's wrong with dressing up as they like when attending a private party?
Because most of the time their fashion choices leave a lot to be desired..doesn't matter where they are going. If we aren't supposed to discuss their fashion and make comment then exactly why do we have a forum dedicated to that?


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Aside from Beatrice’s headpiece, I like what both girls wore. They looked good in their outfits.
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Because most of the time their fashion choices leave a lot to be desired..doesn't matter where they are going. If we aren't supposed to discuss their fashion and make comment then exactly why do we have a forum dedicated to that?


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Of course you can comment and share your opinion but your recommendation was to hire a stylist. Imo a stylist would be more appropriate if they were somewhere representing the queen and doing a bad job at it fashion wise. Why should they spend money on a stylist to attend private functions?!
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Of course you can comment and share your opinion but your recommendation was to hire a stylist. Imo a stylist would be more appropriate if they were somewhere representing the queen and doing a bad job at it fashion wise. Why should they spend money on a stylist to attend private functions?!

I don't think a stylist is limited to public functions.



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You are free to hire one

I understand that the princesses don't feel the need to spend their money on a stylist when they are most likely perfectly happy with the way they dress. If they would choose to hire one that's fine too as long as they don't feel pressured into doing so.
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