It’s no surprise that the royal family has quite a few rules when it comes to fashion and appearances. The royal family features some of the most photographed figures in the world, which is why they are required to meet certain dressing protocol while stepping out in public. Although we understand why looking polished and professional is important, we have to admit that there are a few royal fashion rules that seem quite outdated. Follow along for 16 royal fashion rules that shouldn’t exist today:
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16. Royal women must not expose their shoulders
Meghan Markle was the victim of significant criticism when she stepped out for the 2018 Trooping the Color ceremony wearing a blush pink Carolina Hererra dress that featured an off-the-shoulder neckline and buttons trailing along the front. She took slack for this outfit because of her exposed shoulders, which many saw as overly revealing for a Royal figure. We definitely think this shoulder-baring rule is quite outdated and that Meghan looked both respectful and elegant in this ensemble.