The recent royal wedding has only boosted interest in everything royal! What’s not to love, though? Kate Middleton has become a major fashion plate by wearing a range of designers from Alexander McQueen to Prabal Gurung and making their styles fit her own conservative Duchess tastes.
My tastes are a little less conservative than Kate’s, but I can still live with a little royal flair with all of these decadent goods!
A royal is nothing without her jewelry. These nearly museum-worthy baubles will glitter and inspire.
A decadent, dazzling cuff is the next best thing to a crown.
Couer Peaked Cuff from Anthropologie
This just-flashy-enough embellished silk necklace is from one of Duchess Kate’s favorites.
Deco Mirror Necklace from Temperley London
Keeping friendly with relations is just one of many royal duties. Why not do so in style?
A fab pen is worth toting around everywhere.
Purse Pen from Tiffany & Co.
Spending time penning letters is no chore with such a fab desk.
Antique Regency Queen Leather Top Desk from Shop Robin
Gilded designer stationary makes recipients feel extra special.
Correspondence Card Set from Christian Lacroix
Fit for a Queen
Outfitting a room for royalty means using lots of luxe details.
Pretty bedding details are also a must.
American Drew Jessica McClintock Upholstered Headboard from Wayfair
A metallic tray is a polished way to keep event invites organized.
Metallic Leaf Tray from C. Wonder
A little gold leaf goes a long way.
Milo Coffee Table from Dwell Studio
Knowing that your picture could—and will—be snapped at any time means pulling out all the stops for a perfect ensemble.
A prim shape and washed satin leather is the ultimate in luxury.
Dress with lace from Lanvin
Queen Elizabeth II is known for toting empty purses because she has people to carry her things. Her Majesty (might) approve.
Evening Belles Cayla clutch from Kate Spade
Don’t you just love these luxe picks? Let me know which is your favorite by leaving a comment here, or tweet me other fab royal-inspired goods @robinbaron!