Monday Multiples: Princess Eugenie

 One of the hats in Princess Eugenie’s wardrobe that makes me smile is a modified pillbox design in vibrant cerise pink felt with the loveliest knotted trim on the side. She has paired this Juliette Botterill design with two flared coats, one light and one dark, for two distinctly different looks:

Look #1: With a double breasted ivory wool Max Mara coat for two church outings at Sandringham, the first on Christmas Day, , worn December 25, 2014 and the second on January 24, 2016

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Look #2: With a black Oscar de la Renta dress coat with multicoloured spattered paint motif on the skirt, worn Easter Sunday, April 1, 2018

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Which coat do you prefer most with this hat?

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6 thoughts on “Monday Multiples: Princess Eugenie

  1. The ivory wool coat is my favorite with this hat. I don’t like the black coat because it doesn’t do her any favors and she looks better in the white coat with its cleaner lines.

  2. Both coats look wonderful with the hat. I like the pop of pink against the white, but I like how the hat brings out the colors on the dark coat. My pick is the black coat just because I love color.

  3. They’re so different I don’t think I could state a preference. The first does make the pink really pop, but the second picking up the splodges in the skirt is just so fun. My only quibble with look 2 is that the high neck on the coat is a bit restrictive on her, I feel she suits a slightly lower neckline.
    I hope we see this hat a few more times, as you say it’s a fun little number.

  4. I agree with Lynn. I like the second outfit very much and the fact the hat picks out one of the pinks in the coat, but somehow I also prefer the hat with the completely contrasting coat and black accessories.

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