Lady Louise Windsor, the daughter of Edward and Sophie Duke and Duchess of Edinburgh, attended the coronation of Charles III showing incredible style and many royal experts dared to say that the 19-year-old will become the new Kate Middleton.
Lady Louise was one of the 2,000 guests at an event that included the presence of multiple international style icons and royalty members who stood out for their elegance and sense of fashion. On May 6th, the entryway to Westminster Abbey turned into a runway, with outfits that stood out for their originality and sophistication.
Lady Louise at King Charles’ coronation
The discreet granddaughter of Queen Elizabeth II surprised everyone with a sophisticated style with an air of the 70s. The niece of the King of England wanted to show her taste for fashion and attended the coronation with her parents, Prince Edward and Sophie, and her younger brother, James, the current Earl of Wessex.
For this important date in the royal agenda, Louise decided to wear a white midi dress with a lilac floral print by Suzannah London, one of the most popular brands for the Princess of Wales.
The dress is valued at about 1,700 dollars, according to the website of the British brand, the piece, named ‘Kumiko’ and inspired by the sober elegance of the high society women of the 70s, is made of Italian silk crepe and has a detachable bow at the back of the neck.
The whole look was completed with nude low-heeled pumps and a white leather-effect clutch to match the gloves. However, the main protagonist was her lilac saucer-shaped headdress, made by British artisan Jane Taylor, which made the most of a half-updo clearly inspired by the more youthful side. She decided to wear it with a hairstyle that showed off the small heart-shaped earrings and a fine Cartier choker.