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How To Dress Like a Real Princess
"And we'll never be royals, it don't run in our blood", but at least we can dress like them.
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1. Embrace hair jewelry or crowns if you must. 

Princess Marie of Denmark.

2. Never be seen without a fresh and princess-like blowout.

Princess Madeleine of Sweden.

3. Pull your look together by matching your bag to your heels.

Princess Letizia of Spain.

4. Invest in a coat dress; it will come in handy for those fancy daytime lunches.

Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge.

5. Keep your skirt and dress hemline to right above your knee. You never know when you're going to be photographed.

Princess Mette-Marit of Norway.

6. Instant princess math: wearing white head-to-toe + black shades + Chanel bag = front row ready.

Princess Ameerah Al-Taweel.

7. Invest in a cheeky statement hat/fascinator.

Princess Eugenie and Princess Beatrice of York.

8. During the day, wear neutral colored basics.

Princess Maria Olympia and Princess Marie Chantal of Greece.

9. A headband is like a crown, but for daytime.

Princess Lee Radziwill.

10. For formal evening events, choose unfussy gowns in bold vibrant colors.

Princess Charlene of Monaco.

11. On your wedding day, keep it classic, timeless, and regal.

Princess Maria Theresia von Thurn und Taxis.

12. Colorful day gowns are the best option for warm days at the castle.

Crown Princess Mary of Denmark and Princess Josephine of Denmark.

13. A boatneck gown lends itself nicely to showing off your jewels.

Princess Marie of Denmark.

14. Two timeless investment pieces: trench coats and a regal-looking skirt suit.

Princess Caroline of Hanover and Princess Charlene of Monaco.

15. Choose an updo that doesn't interfere with your crown.

Princess Madeleine of Sweden.

16. One can never go wrong with a black dress and pearls.

Princess Diana of Wales.

This story originally appeared on Townandcountrymag.com.
* Minor edits have been made by the Townandcountry.ph editors.

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