August 21, 2013 6:19 PM EST
The Kate Effect: Sartorial Sense And Sheer Sensuality
Every little girl dreams of becoming a princess. Living in a castle, all the beautiful dresses you can dream of and of course, marrying a handsome prince.
Kate Middleton lived out this fairy-tale for all the prying eyes of the world to see when she wed Prince William in a lavish, breathtaking, and televised ceremony.let us have a sneak peak on how Kate Middleton’s sartorial sense has always impacted the fashion world in positive manner
Kate Middleton first caught Prince William’s eye in a boldly see-through dress but since then, Kate Middleton’s style has evolved into that of a chic, confident woman.
From that Alexander McQueen wedding dress forth, Kate has shown her style nous in relying on British heritage brands such as Barbour and Topshop for everyday - and re-wearing her favourites often.
As she marks a new chapter in her life with motherhood - in a baby blue Jenny Packham dress, floral printed Seraphine dress Kate breastfeeding dress and now her Jolene Dress in the first official portrait of Prince George –Kate Middleton’s sartorial sense has always impacted the fashion world in positive manner.
Kate Middleton has innate style, or is the way she dresses completely influenced by the protocol that comes with being the Duchess of Cambridge? There is no denying she has become a style icon when we see the dresses she wears, whether high street or designer, selling out in no time. Kate has always been elegant and respectable. Her style is not only age appropriate, but also classic and graceful.
Since the time unmemorable, to look beautiful and attractive is the basic instinct and desire of all human beings. For centuries individuals and societies have used clothes, accessories, and other body adornments as form of non-verbal communications. Clothes depict the basic nature of an individual and indicate occupation, rank, gender, class, locality, and sexual availability, weather condition of the area, wealth, and group affiliation.
The type of clothes people wear and the way they wear it represents the social, economic, religious, and geographic status of that particular society. Our fashion gives a clear comprehension to the onlooker about our personality. It expresses a person by the way of signs, symbols, and iconography. In other words all the aspects of what kind of life we are having depicted by what we wear, so clothing is form of free speech.
Fashion changes with the passage of time and it acts as barometer of cultural change.
What do you think of Kate Middleton's style? Do you feel she would dress differently if she wasn't a member of the Royal Family?
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