England WAGs hire ‘personal stylist’ to help them dress moderately in Qatar

England 's WAGs have reportedly hired a personal stylist to help them dress appropriately for Qatar.

The Three Lions play Iran in their opening match of the World Cup on Monday. But their wives and girlfriends have been preparing in their own way ahead of the tournament in the Middle East. 

Qatar has strict laws in place that covers various things like behaviour in public, alcohol and clothing. And the England WAGs have dealt with the Middle-Eastern country’s strict rules by hiring the help of a personal stylist.

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They have been told to ditch certain items of clothing such as short skirts and low-cut tops by one stylist in an attempt to help them dress more modestly. Tight shorts are also a categoric no-go.

According to The Sun, personal stylist Connie Jones personally advised Luke Shaw’s partner Anouska Santos, John Stones’ partner Liv Naylor and Marcus Rashford’s fiancee Lucia Loi. 

The trio have been kitted out with clothing, make-up and jewellery from Ms Jones’ Manchester-based company – Connie Personal Shopping Company.

A source reportedly said: "Connie leaves nothing to chance and has examined their itinerary and desired outfits which will fit into situations such as visits to restaurants or even when they are in the gym.

"She is highly trusted and thought of by the women and has contacts to source the latest fashions and clothing so that the women look the best.

"This World Cup is very different from the last one in Russia four years ago where the players wives and girlfriends could show off their bodies and figures in items such as denim shorts and skimpy tops.”

They added: "The last thing they want is to offend anybody in Qatar. They have a lot of self-respect and want to show the same respect to the people there but at the same time enjoy themselves.”

England's WAGs will still be able to wear jerseys sporting their partners’ names on the back despite the strict laws.

They will spend the duration of the highly controversial tournament on the £1billion luxury cruise ship MSC World Europa. With the cabins being far too small to contain their vast volume of clothes, handbags and other accessories, a separate hold room has also been made available for them to use as a ‘walk in wardrobe’.

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