Woman Louise drove a carriage within the Pol Roger Meet of the British Driving Society on the final day of the Royal Windsor Horse Present in Windsor Citadel, Berkshire. For the event, she selected a chic monochrome look, a beige blazer and trousers, and an identical hat.
Woman Louise borrowed her mom’s hat for the equestrian occasion and donned a pair of white gloves, a white shirt and a shawl with a floral print beneath the blazer.
Sophie, Duchess of Edinburgh wore the fashionable Hicks and Brown hat in 2019 to attend a church service with the late Queen Elizabeth at Sandringham.
The stylish Hicks and Brown hat is the Suffolk Fedora in Camel with Pheasant Feather Wrap design and retails for £99.
Hicks and Brown defined that it’s a “timeless” hat, excellent “to enhance a city or nation life-style”.
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”Whether or not it’s for weekend put on or upcoming occasions, a new-season hat will breathe recent life into your spring wardrobe,” they recommended.
The designer’s web site defined Woman Louise’s hat is “rigorously hand-finished with a basic pheasant feather wrap”.
“The proper design to take you from the scenic countryside to the bustling metropolis life,” Hicks and Brown added.
Woman Louise completed her equestrian look with a pair of delicate silver earrings, a silver brooch and a yellow flower hooked up to her elegant blazer.
Woman Louise was taught carriage driving by her late grandfather, Prince Philip, who had a ardour for horse carriage driving.
When the late Duke of Edinburgh was in his 50s, a wrist harm compelled him to surrender polo and he determined to start out practising carriage driving.
Prince Philip, who started his aggressive profession in 1973, defined: “I used to be trying spherical to see what subsequent, I did not know what there was accessible. And I abruptly thought, properly, we have horses and carriages so why do not I’ve a go?
“So I borrowed 4 horses from the stables in London, took them to Norfolk and practised and thought – why not?”.