Kate, Princess of Wales attended the Christmas service at Sandringham on Christmas Day accompanied by her husband Prince William, their youngsters, and the remainder of the Royal Family. The royal regarded stunning in a forest inexperienced coat which she mixed with a really trendy hat.

Kate selected a really elegant and complicated coat costume by Alexander McQueen, which has a price ticket of £1,077, and accessorised it with a wide-brimmed hat by Philip Treacy.

The trendy hat featured a ribbon, a bow and a white feather, and a royal vogue skilled claimed there’s a purpose behind the Princess of Wales’ alternative of accent.

Kate has all the time been a fan of headbands or “hatbands” that are “a less formal, prettier alternative to wearing a hat”, and he or she used to put on the stylish accent for a very powerful events, together with Christmas Day.

In 2017, when she spent Christmas in Sandringham with Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, she wore a classy tartan coat costume and a really fluffy black hatband.

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In 2018, she opted for a burgundy ensemble and an identical hatband, paying homage to Jackie Kennedy’s signature pillbox hat.

Other instances Kate has been seen donning iconic headbands was at Prince Louis’s christening or for the Armistice service at Westminster Abbey in 2018.

However, the royal and vogue skilled Miranda Holder opined headbands have “no place in Kate’s wardrobe” anymore.

She defined why: “Kate used to be a fan of headbands, but since working closely with her friend and stylist Natasha Archer to develop her own personal brand, they have had no place in her wardrobe.


“Kate’s type persona is extra traditional and stylish, which fits each her pretty determine and her future function as our Queen.”

Since becoming Princess of Wales, Kate has opted for the traditional hat, always favoured by the late Queen Elizabeth for royal outings and formal occasions, but “she does so with panache and simply sufficient drama to maintain fashionistas on their toes”.

A fashion expert from Karen Millen commented that Kate’s use of the hat is “an ideal instance of her admirable capability to discreetly use her type to go with the occasions she attends”.

The stylist explained that Kate used to be “fairly keen on a luxe headband, or a ‘hatband’, for formal events” whether it was “so as to add some colour-coordination to her outfit or maintain her hair from her face”.

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However, they opined that the royal may have ditched the item as she “doesn’t wish to divert an excessive amount of consideration away from the principle focus of the occasion”.

Moreover, her new role requires more formal and traditional ensembles and less fun and flamboyant accessories since she is one step closer to becoming a monarch.

Similarly, the Princess now opts for “minimal and tasteful jewelry” to pair her more formal outfits.

Miranda explained that the headband is also a well-known fashion trick to add a bit of volume to the overall silhouette, which is why Kate may have been using the flattering accessory.

By adding a headband to her look, royals “stability out their determine and create a glance which is enjoyable to the attention”.

The trick works by “strategically ‘adding volume’ both by actually utilizing bulkier clothes or equipment or by including elaborations which naturally draw the attention,” the stylist explained.

“This is a standard trick utilized by stylists all around the world to assist their purchasers look their finest,” Miranda stated.