As I mentioned last week, I'm not really caught up in all the Royal Wedding to-do. Surprisingly, for a girl with a (primarily) fashion blog, I'm not even especially curious about what Kate Middleton is going to wear. I read an article this week that maintained that referring to her as a "Fashion Icon" may be a bit premature, and I'm inclined to agree with the author. Kate Middleton is pretty, she always dresses appropriately....but it's just that - appropriate. Fashion Icons are fearless, fun, risky, bold. They are the Anna Dello Russos, the André Leon Talleys, the Daphne Guinesses of the world. And while I'm sure that the dress will be beautiful, and the wedding will be lovely, it all just seems a little boring. Cause let's face it, Wills and Kate are a little boring. Unlike Princess Diana, who wed Charles in this spectacular, if slightly ridiculous, princess dress; 40 yards of ivory silk taffeta and antique lace, with bows galore, and a train 25 feet long. Fun, and bold, and perfect.
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