Red Carpet Fashion Awards

Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge In Jaeger - National Maritime Museum

Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge arrived at the National Maritime Museum in Greenwich for the Ben Ainslie America’s Cup Launch earlier today (June 10) in London, England.

Dressed in navy and white, the Duchess wore another British heritage brand: Jaeger.

As always the look was event appropriate, royal appropriate and nothing to shout about, however, I love the summery feel.

The navy and white frock was styled with navy pumps and a matching clutch.

Even though this is not a repeat, it still feels like groundhog day.

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You can buy Catherine’s Jaeger Crepe Dress from Jaeger.com.

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Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge In Alexander McQueen - 70th Anniversary of D-Day Ceremony

Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge attended a ceremony to mark the 70th anniversary of D-Day on Sword Beach on Friday (June 6) in Ouistreham, France.

No surprised that she opted to repeat a look, wearing the same light blue Alexander McQueen coat that she wore during her mind-numbingly boring three-week tour of Australia and New Zealand.

On this occasion she paired the coat with black pumps, instead of navy, adding a black fascinator, which was perfectly perched above her signature bouncy blowout, and a Mulberry black clutch.

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Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge In Jonathan Saunders - Duke and Duchess Of Cambridge Visit Scotland

Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, visited MacRostyy Park in Crieff today (May 29), as part of her and the Duke of Cambridge’s day in Scotland.

Perhaps surprising no one, she dressed in a familiar silhouette with her Jonathan Saunders Fall 2013 ‘Athena’ wool jacquard red stripe coat, which was seemingly worn over a matching red dress.

The vibrant ruby colour was lovely, and the mod ombre effect of the stripes a slight twist on the traditional of a solid hue, although I did wish that the runway’s belt had remained in place on Catherine for added structure and flair.

Her favoured nude LK Bennett shoes also made an appearance to complete the look.

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Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge spent three weeks touring Australia and New Zealand with her family, starting with a Catherine Walker coat dress and ending with a Michael Kors coat dress.

If you are like me, you went into this with absolutely no expectations.

If you were hopeful of her making a bold fashion statement or wearing a pair of shoes outside of her usual navy McQueen, black Prada, nude L.K. Bennett or Stuart Weitzman wedges, then perhaps you are very disappointed – or the word many of you used during this tour: bored.

If you are Australian or a New Zealander, you will have been very much miffed that her choice of local designers was very limited.

All in all, it was a safe, presentable, event-appropriate tour.

The look which stood head-and-shoulders above the rest for me was her yellow Roksanda Ilincic, with her Emilia Wickstead a close second.

Which did you favour?

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Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge In Michael Kors  - Australian War Memorial
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge carried out the final official engagement of their New Zealand and Australia tour on Friday (April 25) morning.

The couple paid their respects to fallen soldiers by attending the ANZAC Day march and a commemorative service in Canberra before visiting the Australian War Memorial in the country’s capital.

Catherine wore another coat dress; this time she selected a blue and white tweed Michael Kors Spring 2014 coat dress.

Her accessories – including a navy hat by Australian milliner Jonathan Howard, a Russell and Bromley ‘Muse’ navy clutch and navy pumps – colour co-ordinated perfectly with her look and her husband’s navy suit.

Other accessories included a jewelled poppy brooch, a Cartier watch and an Asprey charm pendant.

Opting not to change, the royal family headed to Fairbairn Airbase to head back to the UK.

Knowing your feelings, this might seem like a redundant question, but was this tour a success fashion-wise?

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