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Royal Wedding: Tim Gunn Praises Royals, "Doesn't Get Better Than This" (Video)

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Tim Gunn praised the Royal Family for their Wedding Day fashion

Style guru Tim Gunn praised the Royal Family for their Royal Wedding fashion. Tim Gunn was part of the ABC News coverage for the Royal Wedding and gave insight to the best, and worst, dressed members of the royal family.  The Project Runway fashion expert gave the royal family the highest praise for their wedding day style saying:

“I maintain that it doesn’t get any better than this.”

In an interview with ABC News, Tim Gunn told Diane Sawyer and Barbara Walters he thought the wedding dress was “absolutely ravishing!”  Gunn went on to explain the “color hierarchy” and organization behind what the Royal Family wore on the big day. For example, Gunn says there was a reason Queen Elizabeth wore yellow dress.
Gunn said the queen’s choice of a yellow dress was part of the master fashion plan for the wedding day.  Tim Gunn explained:

“You could see color hierarchy.The queen was a metaphor for the sun. Camilla, Carole Middleton, other royal family members were in neutral colors, so as not to compete.”

Well MOST of the Royals wore neutral colors and tried not to compete.  Some members of the family didn’t follow the plan.  For example, Princess Anne.

Princess Anne

Princess Anne

Despite the fashion praise for the Royals, Gunn thought Princess Royal Anne’s and Duchess Camilla’s outfits were not in line with the rest of the royal family.

Camilla, The Duchess of Cornwall,

The Duchess of Cornwall

There’s always one (or two) in every family…even in a Royal Family! Watch Tim Gunn dish on the Royal Family fashion on Wedding!

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