Cara Delevingne sparked discussion when she sported an unconventional top coat and tails to attend her friend Princess Eugenie's wedding.

On a day where women were asked to wear day dresses and hats, Cara Delevingne wore a top hat and an Emporio Armani tuxedo complete with tailcoat.
Flouting the rumoured strict dress code, the supermodel looked sensational in the androgynous ensemble which set tongues wagging all over the world however she has now revealed to Grazia magazine that she asked for approval.
The 26-year-old admitted she text her long-time friend asking if the wardrobe choice was acceptable, before the royal gave her nod ahead of the big day in September.
Ahead of the wedding, it was reported that women were instructed to wear a day dress and hat while men must wear a morning coat - however the rule-breaking stunner was determined in her kooky choice.
Speaking to the fashion bible, Cara said: 'Eugenie has been a friend of mine since I was a kid and I've always wanted to wear tails. I texted her, as I wasn't sure about it and she was like: "Of course, I expected nothing else from you!"...
'I found it interesting how many people came up to me and said: "You're so brave to wear that!" I was like, really? I feel way more comfortable like this.'
Edgy Cara was one of the many celebrities in attendance at the royal's wedding to Jack Brooksbank at Windsor Castle.
She took to Instagram following the Royal nuptials, as she amused her followers by sharing a snap of herself, her sister Poppy and their friends passed out on the sofa.
Giddy from all the excitement of Eugenie's big day, Cara was seen napping still sporting her uniquely chic wedding ensemble while Poppy dozed in her pyjamas.
Eugenie, 28, wed drinks industry executive Jack, 30, in an idyllic ceremony in Windsor. The Queen's granddaughter's nuptials were held at St George's Chapel at Windsor Castle at 11am, with most senior members of the Royal Family attending.
Heading out in their droves, celebrities arrived in force to see the divisive nuptials — which have left members of the public enraged due to the use of state funds.
The Princess arrived with her father in the same 1977 Rolls Royce Phantom VI that was lent to the now-Duchess of Sussex on her wedding day by the Queen.
Looking phenomenal in her Peter Pilotto off the shoulder gown with a billowing train, there was not a dry eye in the house as Princess Eugenie arrived in the church.
It was made for the monarch when she was still a Princess and the first Rolls Royce that she and Prince Philip had, a sign of how special the vehicle is.

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