She’s been highlighting her waist, and letting it all flow else where. It works. I know we have been having a bit of flowy floral fatigue around here this summer, but Eugenie’s youth and figure are suited for this style and she has worn a couple of ensembles to prove it. Eugenie is having a good sartorial summer.
At the Duke of Edinburgh awards in May, she wore a flowing Peter Pilotto print. Her wedding designer understands her figure, and what to highlight. The silver leaf pattern added some zip and zazz, I believe.
On Day Three of Royal Ascot, Lady’s Day, she opted for a dark color to show up in the sea of pastels and flowers. This teal (or emerald, depending on your monitor) dress with a key hole detail is truly flattering to her. If anyone knows the designer, speak up, because I think she should reach for this type of thing more often.
Most recently, she wore this repeated green, floral Alice & Olivia dress to an event at Westminster Abbey. She can repeat it again and again, as far as I am concerned. When something works, it works.
Princess Eugenie looks absolutely stunning in this floral dress – love it!! https://t.co/N4c50QvBp9
— Francine Blaise (@FrancineBlaise1) July 18, 2019
So, what do you think? Is Eugenie enjoying a good run this summer? Let us know below!