Cara Delevingne High Key Broke Royal Fashion Code, But We're Still Here For The Look

It’s been decided (by me) that 2018 is the year of royal weddings. We got not only the star-studded and much-anticipated wedding of Prince Harry and Megan Markle but also the equal star-studded and beautiful wedding of Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank.

While our eyes were on Princess Eugenie and husband Jack Brooksbank, we were also excited for the hats. You know what I mean.

Hats

Hats

Oh, and the most talked about Hat and outfit at the wedding.

Supermodel Cara Delevingne broke Royal Wedding dress code to wear this iconic look of a top hat and fitting tuxedo. The Emporio Armani Tuxedo was a full look with a chic gray tie, silk cummerbund, white button-up shirt, slim-fitting pants and a cropped jacket with a back tail. Oh, and a stunning pair of stiletto pumps to tie the whole outfit together.

 
 
 
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Who wore it better???

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Delevingne’s look stood out the most at the royal affair since she technically broke dress code and was the only women not dressed in a day dress and funky hat. The Royal Wedding dress code, which goes back to 1967, states that women are to wear day dresses and hats, while men are to wear uniforms, morning coats or lounge suits. 

Let’s be real here, dress codes are kind of dumb (and TBH, a little sexist) and we’re glad to have experienced the amazing look that Delevingne brought and completely rocked.

Even though Delevingne didn’t go by the rules, no one really cared and we’re all hoping for future royal weddings where the “proper attire” is expanded to allow more tuxedo-top hat wearing guests.