Imagine for a moment you are invited to the Royal Wedding. (Just play along, it will be fun). What would you pack?
Meghan Markle loves our Quartermaster, so we thought we’d show you how to pack it as a wedding guest.
While in London, we offer some thoughts on sights to see and where to dine, because travel to London may well be in your future,
even if a seat at St. George’s Chapel in Windsor on the big day is not.
WHAT TO PACK?
Choosing an outfit for the event of the year is no easy task, but we suggest going classic and demure.
The Royal invite suggests a dress code of “day dresses and heels” for women, so timeless and understated is the way to go.
London weather in May can be unpredictable, so packing for all kinds of conditions is key.
Should there be showers
Simple accessories with style
A hat is a must
A sundress for day trips
Keep tissues handy in our
1887 clutch in Bordeaux
Covered shoulders and to-the-knee, this dress still oozes in style
A lightweight wrap coat,
just in case
A good walking shoe
The Quartermaster Cloud White
Classic and closed-toe make for the perfect wedding shoe
PLACES TO VISIT
There is no shortage of opportunity for sightseeing in London.
Big Ben, Tower of London, Westminster Abbey, Hyde Park…the list of must-see attractions is as long as the Thames.
Here’s where The Telegraph suggests you visit and where to stay.
If you’ve been to London before and you’re looking for some off-the-beaten-path destinations,
Luxury Columnist has some suggestions.
If Meghan and Harry’s wedding has you wanting to keep your London itinerary focused on all things royal,
let CNN be your guide.