Sitting elegantly, especially for photos, is easy to do by using one, simple etiquette technique! ladies, try the duchess slant, a term i created to teach students how to look poised, sophisticated and confident... all while protecting your modesty!🤗🤭
etiquette how-to: simply imagine you have a rubber band around your knees and ankles, while slanting knees gently to an angle. by pointing your knees downward and to the side, a camera taking a photo head on will not be able to catch a peak of undergarments🙀 *technique keys: the bottom of both heels stay touching the ground, shoulders back and chin parallel to the floor. hands folded (and no fingers interlocking, as it tends to look as if you are tense.) i will post an elegant way for men to sit in a follow up post. this pic on the right is of gorgeous journalist-turned-student of mine @asherpaul from a photoshoot & article we worked on together for @goodhousekeeping in nyc & of course the duchess of cambridge showing us the way on the right! let me know if you have any questions and happy slanting 😉 friends! this lesson and many others will be taught live in my group etiquette course the duchess effect this coming saturday in dallas! 👸
Kensington palace announced today that the duchess of sussex will have her first solo engagement in 25th september, so i've decided to take a look back at the duchess of cambridge solo appearance as well.
it was a surprise for kate's case, because prince charles would attend a small dinner for in kind direct, an organization that takes surplus goods and redistributes them to appropriate charities. unfortunately he had to fly to saudi arabia to pay respects to that royal family following the death of the crown prince.
the duchess of cambridge opted for a bespoke aqua amanda wakeley gown with her jimmy choo vamp shoes.
I do love those dresses, and i kinda find em similar😍💕
which one do you like the most?