Exciting

Channeling some of the Duchess of Cambridge’s more casual style today as I await news of the #RoyalBaby. Also drinking English black tea all day. 
Although those two things (dressing a’la Kate and drinking black tea all day) are normal for me, so there’s that. I guess I, too, was born to be a Princess. Hi there, Prince Harry {though I’m pretty sure Harry got scolded for his bad behavior and it shows with the new succession line}
Anyway, carry on with your normal Monday routine.
For now.
Until we hear more news.
Ooo, this is exciting! 
Are you excited? 
UPDATE:

Look Like Kate

{This is my “Kate is always smiling and walking in all of the paparazzi pictures, so I will be too” photo}
So this is sort of my “Halloween costume”. I’m not really a huge fan of Halloween, but I wore this outfit today, and I put it together inspired by Princess Kate. As soon as I spotted this dress in the thrift store, I knew it had to be mine. Lucky for me, it happens to be a London brand! Kate is bringing sheer hose back in style, but the only ones I had have flowers up the sides, hehe. An older lady who saw me went crazy over these hose and insisted I show them off in the pictures, so I did:
Kate has some very similar Stewart Weitzman cork wedge heels, so I wore my patent and rattan wedges. She often wears belts, too, and the hat is so similar to her brown one from the Canadian tour! I wore my best pearl studs, and tried my hardest to curl my hair. 
Her hair is so utterly enviable! Gah! My hair hardly holds a curl. Here’s how it looked at the beginning, the best it looked after all of my 30 minutes of effort: 

Here are a few of the dresses/outfits that inspired me: 
I feel like Kate wore a dress even more similar to mine at some point, but I couldn’t find a picture of it. 
Anyway, I adore, adore, adore this outfit, and can’t wait to wear the dress again! 
Have fun but be safe and smart tonight, friends! 
PS. Yes, the dress fits fingertip rule!