This fall, the best show on TV has had to be “The Crown”. If you are not following the Netflix series based on Queen Elizabeth and the Royal family, then you need to start at the very beginning with season one. If binge-watching is not your thing, then start with the last season—the Charles and Diana years—which everyone seems to remember. If these dramas are still not your type of show, then watch for the English and Scottish countryside aesthetic. It is what has inspired this post!
What I love most about “The Crown” is the traditional British style: Barbour jackets, riding boots, equestrian-printed scarves, wool sweaters, classic trench coats, and of course, animal print. In America, we seem to choose leopard and cheetah print, and sometimes zebra or snake print. In England, though, the print to stalk is…antelope.
I was lucky to find an antelope-spotted dress by Tuckernuck. The colors range from taupe, brown, silver, and cream, and the fabric shimmers in the light. This shirtdress is a little heavier, so it’s perfect for November—particularly Thanksgiving. The Royal Antelope Dress is fit for a queen!
Tuckernuck offers numerous colors, prints, and patterns in its shirtdress line. Visit their website for more holiday options, or through my links on LiketoKnow.it.