Hello royal dishers here are a couple of examples of may breaking the rules of fashion
No matter what you choose to wear, always make sure the fit flatters your shape. When you're wearing a dress, go for one that hits right at your knee for the best look. If you go longer, you risk looking dowdy. If you go shorter, you may appear tacky. Avoid clothes that bulge, gape, pucker, cling or otherwise refuse to stay in place when you wear them. Anything that's too short, too tight, too low-cut or too worn is a definite "don't."
here is an example this pic is going back to mary's glory days as a crown princess with her Aussie tour I havn't seen this dress since this day it has been lost in her horders collection of clothes or maybe she has given it away to sameone who knows but this dress hasn't made a came back since.
here are the pics of the dresshttp://www.theroyalforums...d=101203&d=1109639199http://cdn.theroyalforums...d=101183&d=1109638802http://www.theroyalforums...d=101182&d=1109638802http://www.theroyalforums...=100731&d=1109606127Fhttp://www.theroyalforums...d=100730&d=1109606091http://www.theroyalforums...d=100312&d=1109562480
The number one mistake she has made with this dress is that it just doesn't fit her either becouse she has lost that much weight pre and post wedding and you can see that in the dress that she is wearing that when she is waving or trying to get out of the car the dress decides to either ride up up her legs or riding up her arms when she lifts them to wave or shake hands I wonder how she felt wearing a dress that was a size to big for her it must haave been hard for her not wanting to lean over either the table or infront of people and show them her bra becouse the dress would have had enough of a gap in the neckline for samebody to see samething.
can you people find other examples of were she has wron clothes were they are to small or big or they bunch up or there to tight or there to short.