The Duchess of Cambridge's English Rose Fascinator Is a Very Significant Fashion Choice
Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge attended Commonwealth Day 2020 at London's Westminster Abbey alongside Prince William, Harry, Meghan, and fellow royals. The duchess wore a head-to-toe tonal red look in warming shades of scarlet, rich ruby, deep burgundy, and subtle purple details.
Catherine's tonal outfit gave an interesting take on contrasting textures — by pairing the velvet details of her Catherine Walker coat to her burgundy suede pointed-toe heels. She paired her coat and suede shoes with a ruby-coloured hat that featured three scarlet roses and burgundy-coloured, velvet leaves. Catherine finished her head-to-toe red look with burgundy velvet gloves and ruby drop earrings.
The rose is an extremely significant fashion choice. It's the national flower of England and is formally referred to as The Tudor rose, which signifies peace and a long reign. Catherine's choice of wearing red roses on her fascinator suggests good fortune for her and her family as the future faces of the United Kingdom.
Ahead, every angle of Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge's head-to-toe red look.