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Wednesday, December 1

Get Kate Middleton's engagement look

Fashiona was happy that Prince William and Kate Middleton finally announced their engagement and was touched that he proposed to Kate with his late mother Princess Diana's sapphire engagement ring.  She said yes to the ring but no to the wedding dress. Fashiona can't blame her for that....the ring is timeless...the dress (was a hot wrinkled mess) not so much.

Photo Credit: People Stylewatch.com

Like the ring...Helzberg has sapphire rings.  Here is Fashiona's favorite.

14 karat white gold ring with an oval sapphire and round brilliant cut diamonds weighing approximately 3/8 carat TW  Price $1,249.00

Kate does have an impeccable sense of style and imitation is proven once again the sincerest form of flattery.  Her royal blue engagement dress designed by Issa was sold out  in record time.  Causing many including Fashiona to believe that the London-based label will design her wedding dress.

Photo Credit: Samir Hussein/WireImage

Like Kate's blue dress...knock-offs sprung up before the photos hit the Internet. UK's Tesco has one of the best.

The low key couple is reluctantly braving the oh so bright spotlight and sharing details with the eager public.  The ceremony will take place on April 29 and reportedly will be broadcast in 3-D.

Will Fashiona be watching...but of course.


Dori said...

The ring is GORGEOUS and I loved her blue dress too! I just love blue everything...lol. Me and hubby may have to go hang around London that day and see what we can see :-)

Mariana L said...

Let the designer battle to dress her wedding begin!

Anonymous said...

Tiffany Rings
Engagement are the perfect way to represent the union of two souls.

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