8 fashion brands that you can buy and that the royals already have


It is increasingly common that the royals have in their wardrobes clothes for celebrities to wear both on the red carpet and in their day-to-day, and the democratization of fashion has reached to such an extent that many now opt for the same brands or perhaps you already have in your wardrobe. One of the formulas of the monarchy so that people feel more affection and closeness is to opt for firms more casual, and this is why every time are more the marks of the street that come in the palace. These are the firms with the feel entire a royal without the need of having neither throne nor blue blood.

Sandro

Kate Middleton and her sweater from Sandro.
Kate Middleton and her sweater from Sandro.

Kate Middleton is showing during the quarantine master the codes of the WFH to the perfection thanks to his looks, and in one of his last video has opted for a irresistible knit jacket from the spring-summer collection 2020 Sandro. This is one of her signatures as a fetish, as we’ve already seen Kate look in Mustique a jersey knit in stripes of the brand, which also has a green dress patterned that it can not only that you’ll have in your wardrobe, but that makes us in turn think inevitably in the dress of paisley-print of Sandro Letizia Ortiz.

Letizia Ortiz. (Getty)
Letizia Ortiz. (Getty)

Your time, Letizia has the same dress from the French brand that Victoria of Sweden wore it in Beirut, so that it is well clear that the signature is a must among the royals with more style.

Maje

Letizia Ortiz wears Maje. (Getty)
Letizia Ortiz wears Maje. (Getty)

Dresses Maje are another of the weaknesses of Letizia Ortiz, with numerous designs of the brand. In fact, in your closet we found the same dress from Maje that he made that the Queen was the protagonist of the holders, for six months before I took Juliana Awada, with which he always compares her wardrobe. Charlène of Monaco is another one of the fans of the brand, who also admires Elisabeth of Belgium, who has the same dress from Maje that Pippa Middleton.

Ingrid Alexandra. (Cordon Press)
Ingrid Alexandra. (Cordon Press)

But there is still more: Ingrid Alexandra it is another of the royals who have opted it for official events, so there is no doubt that is one of the signatures of the header of the palace.

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Amalia of the Netherlands. (EFE)
Amalia of the Netherlands. (EFE)

The brand that we have seen goes to Amalia of the Netherlands as well as Kendall Jenner, and even to Beyoncé, is another of the firms which in turn we have already found in the closet of Meghan Markle. The brand is able to join royals and fashionistas is another that may well be in your wardrobe, especially this summer, because even though their dresses for the summer are the ones that have conquered Amalia and Meghan, is your fashion bathroom the one that fascinates us and that made known.

Self-Portrait

Kate, Ingrid and Sofia facing each other. (Instagram/Getty)
Kate, Ingrid and Sofia facing each other. (Instagram/Getty)

The princess Magdalena of Sweden, Pippa Middleton and Kate Middleton are fans of the brand, which has made headlines on more than one occasion by curious coincidences stylistic. Its creator, Have Chonghas shown that your signature is not only a favourite of royals and celebrities (Reese Witherspoon and Jennifer Lopez already have designs in their dressing rooms), but has become one of those brands perfect to be combined with clothes of top of the range. Meghan Markle led, for example, your dress Self-Portrait with blazer Alexander McQueen, heels Manolo Blahnik and bag Roland Mouret. Surprising was the matching style between Meghan and princess Amalia of the Netherlands, for the celebration of the 50th birthday of his father, chose a dress of the brand that Meghan had already worn off.

The dress Meghan Markle of Self Portrait. (Courtesy)
The dress Meghan Markle of Self Portrait. (Courtesy)

When Kate Middleton posed on the red carpet of the presentation of the film ‘A Street Cat Named Bob’ sheathed in a white dress from the brand with transparency and opening the front that a little before had been Paris Hilton, the firm became immediately in one of the most commented, but not just for the match with Paris, but because the young princess Ingrid Alexandra and Sofia of Sweden concurred with the same dress.

Mint & Rose

Letizia, with the sandals of Mint & Rose.
Letizia, with the sandals of Mint & Rose.

The espadrilles are the shoe of the summer for excellence, and of Mint & Rose perfect for the souls of urbanites thanks to its outsole. This Spanish brand has already conquered Letizia Ortiz, who not only has some of canvas shoes from the signature, but with an irresistible high-heeled shoes hipercómodos that have become great allies to the Queen.

Needle and Thread

Kate Middleton, with her gown of Needle and Threat. (Getty)
Kate Middleton, with her gown of Needle and Threat. (Getty)

Beatrice of YorkKate Middleton and Letizia Ortiz have already fallen into the networks of Needle and Thread, a brand is so monarchical, that even you saw Helen Mirren, who played Elizabeth II in the film ‘The Queen’. It is another of the brands that Paris Hilton and Kate Middleton share, so it seems that the link style between Paris and Kate is stronger than one would expect.

Lodi

Letizia Ortiz, with shoes of Lodi. (Reuters)
Letizia Ortiz, with shoes of Lodi. (Reuters)

One of the brands footwear favorite of Letizia Ortiz is from Lodi, one of the great protagonists of the red carpet of the Goya Awards in every edition and in every event posh celebrated in our country. The comfort and elegance of this brand have conquered Letizia, and one of our royals social networks: Paula Echevarría.

DeMellier

Harry and Meghan, in Cardiff. (Reuters)
Harry and Meghan, in Cardiff. (Reuters)

This brand of bags has fallen in love with women of taste as disparate as Camilla Parker Bowles, Meghan Markle, Pippa Middleton and Beatrice of York. Much more affordable than the purses of the big brands, their designs are of high quality, aesthetic 100% instagrameable and a philosophy that rests on three pillars: as stated in the website of the brand, its bags are “bags ” for women made by women, with integrity, and following the initiative To Bag, To Life”. For each bag sold, the firm invests in the pursuit of vaccines and treatments capable of helping children from disadvantaged backgrounds.

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About the Author: Alex Marcell

He likes dogs, pizza and popcorn. Already a fanboy of Nintendo and Sony, but today throws anything. He has collaborated on sites and magazines such as GameBlast, Nintendo World, Hero and Portal Pop, but today is dedicated exclusively to Spark Chronicles.

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