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Dress like princess with New Look's new line
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Jul '12
With the Jubilee just gone, the world didn't just turn up to see the Queen, they watched with keen interest to catch the outfits paraded by the very lovely and leggy Kate Middleton, throughout the celebrations.

She certainly didn't disappoint, continuing her reign as fashion icon. Bringing ladylike fashion to the mainstream and making it a trend in the midst of grunge and festival chic fashion, certainly warrants her worthiness as a fashion icon.

We all want to copy Kate's style, so much so, that the high street style leaders, New Look, has a dedicated section that shoes how to steal her looks. Their New Look NLDaily Blog gives customers a heads-up on how to inherit the style of this emerging trendsetter.

From her recent Jubilee royal red dress, to the cream lace outfit that followed, and dresses in the season's favourite pastel pink, Kate makes the simple stand out with a serene and classic panache, capturing all the romance of royalty.

Thanks to New Look, every girl's dream can now be a reality. New Look's party dresses can make us all look likes a princess. Kate's looks are easy to find and copy. Clean lines, glossy and flowing hair and spotless shoes are key to creating her sense of style.

New Look's versions of four classic Kate looks are accessibly demure, adapting hemlines and cuts to keep it a little bit fresh and suited for a range of parties. Their cream lace ensemble borrows from her delicate and elegant lace look, taking the hem just above the knee for a more youthful approach to ladylike fashion. Customers can copy her effortless sophistication and ease with shoes and accessories too. New Look offer their Beige Patent Peep Toe Shoes that are ideal with their John Zack Pale Pink Lace Dress and most other dresses. Their Black Pleated Satin Hand Clutch is another essential item for its versatility, injecting a classic feel to outfits.

It's an outfit that is perfect for gracing a range of summer parties with grandiose poise and stature. Also worth having a look at are New Look's collection of Prom Dresses, which nod to Kate's classic ladylike looks with a 50s feel and some colourful and exotic prints and patterns, alongside traditional pink and coral satins. 

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