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Old 04-01-2013, 10:16 PM
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Well . . . I am going to go out on a limb and say, if TRF is still around, there will be more than a litttle head shaking and OMG what was she thinking!

Everything goes round in circles, just like the girl's clogs, I mean shoes. So, OK, I am not a fan of platform heels but, unlike the 80's versions, these have truely fierce stilletto heels!
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Just seen a close up of Eugenie in Hello Magazine and the "23" earrings are really different in a good way
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Beatrice in black and white, with a short leather skirt and a plastic bag out in London on April 29:



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Old 05-01-2013, 10:29 AM
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Yikes! One wrong move and she'll reveal all to the world!
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Old 05-01-2013, 11:38 AM
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And people complain that the Duchess of Cambridge's skirt is too short!You would not catch me dead in that!
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Old 05-01-2013, 12:32 PM
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That skirt is designed to be short. Plus she's on a night out, Catherine wearing non maternity wear so it appears shorter is a different matter.
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Old 05-01-2013, 12:42 PM
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That skirt is designed to be short. Plus she's on a night out, Catherine wearing non maternity wear so it appears shorter is a different matter.
I agree that the Beatrice's skirt is designed to be short. Beatrice obviously liked the skirt and women should wear what they like.

Kate's last 'peach' outfit was a maternity dress and coat - the dress was made by a dressmaker and very likely hemmed the length that Kate wanted it hemmed at. Kate obviously liked the dress and women should wear what they like.
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Old 05-01-2013, 01:07 PM
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Skirt is too too short and the whole look is not flattering she can do better.IMO
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Old 05-01-2013, 02:59 PM
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What happened in the 80's should stay in the 80's.

Regarding the length of the skirt; she is on an evening out as a private person. As long as she does not reveal her bottom, I think it's okay. She is also still in her early 20's, and she will not one day be Queen. Comparing her outfit to one of Kate's on an official duty is apples to oranges, although even on private outings, there's a line the royals should not cross.
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And people complain that the Duchess of Cambridge's skirt is too short!You would not catch me dead in that!
I'm with you. There's nothing wrong with wearing short skirts, but there's an extreme, and this is definitely it.
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I'm with you. There's nothing wrong with wearing short skirts, but there's an extreme, and this is definitely it.
Right..... When there is nothing but a skimpy piece of fabric between the lower half of your body, and the outside world, that's too extreme.
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Old 05-01-2013, 10:37 PM
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I think the skirt is fine - I have seem much shorter on girls in school uniforms here.
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Old 05-02-2013, 08:52 PM
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Right..... When there is nothing but a skimpy piece of fabric between the lower half of your body, and the outside world, that's too extreme.
I'm with you. The scary part is, I'm sure somewhere it is available in child sizes. And people wonder why so many young girls have no self-respect and parade around dressed like tramps...
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I'm with you. The scary part is, I'm sure somewhere it is available in child sizes. And people wonder why so many young girls have no self-respect and parade around dressed like tramps...
You think Beatrice is dressed like a tramp? If a leather skirt is available in child sizes in your country, then America is definitely getting it wrong. Young girls have no self respect?! Speak for yourself why don't you. Barely anyone knows who Beatrice is let alone what she wears.

You guys are hilarious! It's the fashion. It's be worse if she wasn't wearing tights, then you would have a reason to complain.
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Beatrice in red and black at Gabrielle's Gala 2013 in London on May 2nd:


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Shes a young woman and this is young womens fashion. I think she looks rather good though it probably would have been completely transformed if she had worn her hair up. But hey she is on a night out and looking like any other young woman on a night out. She obviously wears longer hemlines when she is on official business. For me its actually a relief to see her wearing something of her age. I think often she looks too conservative.
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I love the red dress very cute....IMO
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Old 05-03-2013, 06:05 AM
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She looks good in the short skirt she is young and should look it every now and then. I also like the red dress.
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Old 05-04-2013, 07:34 PM
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That is definitely not the extreme when it comes to short skirts. Some of you need to become acquainted with the micro mini.
I honestly don't know what is with this board wanting young woman to dress like they are 50 or 60.
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Dressing modestly/conservatively does not mean you are dressing like you are 50 or 60.




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