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After spending last weekend watching Wimbledon and being on Royal Baby-Watch I have come to the decision that I’d like to take a cue from the Brits (and others like Audrey and Jackie) and dress a bit more lady-like and less “of the moment trendy”.  Now, I’ve made this proclamation before and in no way am I even considering abandoning my beloved leather pants- but I think being more conscientious about looking classic and dignified rather than “sexy” or “cool” is appropriate for someone turning 34 (ugggghhhh!)

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And who does ladylike better than Kate Middleton?

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No one, that’s who.

Here are some summertime dresses and skirts that cut a feminine silhouette without revealing TOO much femininity, if you catch my drift.

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