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06.02.17

Catherine Duchess of Cambridge In Luisa Spagnoli – Mitchell Brook Primary School Visit

It was yet another repeat for Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, who was in high spirits as she visited Mitchell Brook Primary School in Neasden, north London, in her role as patron of the children’s charity Place2Be this morning (February 6) with the Duke of Cambridge.

This is the third time Catherine has worn this red skirt-suit by Italian designer Luisa Spagnoli.

I can understand why Catherine opts to keep repeating this look. Aside from it being chic, timeless and elegant, it’s event appropriate for any formal occasion.

The styling hasn’t varied much over the years, but the position of the clutch remains the same and the skirt is longer than it was back in 2011.

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23.01.17

Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge In Erdem – Heads Together Press Launch

Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge was at a briefing to announce plans for Heads Together ahead of the 2017 Virgin Money London Marathon at ICA on Tuesday (January 17) in London, England.

A keen fashion eye will have likely recognized her frock as one from the collection of Erdem, given the signature floral print.

With the bouquet of bright flowers on the dark dress, it was a lovely selection for this in-between season as we eagerly wait spring’s arrival.

Referencing the small appearance of maroon petals in the dress, she wore a pair of Tod’s pumps in a similar colourway.

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Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge In Saloni & Matthew Williamson – Fostering Network’s ‘Fostering Excellence Awards’ & Place2Be Headteacher Conference

Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge In Saloni & Matthew Williamson - Fostering Network's 'Fostering Excellence Awards' & Place2Be Headteacher Conference
Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge attended the Fostering Network’s ‘Fostering Excellence Awards’ at BMA House in London, England on Tuesday (November 17) followed by the Place2Be Headteacher Conference at London’s Bank of America Merrill Lynch on Wednesday (November 18).

Fostering Excellence Awards: The cobalt-blue hue of her Saloni Fall 2015 frock was undeniably stunning. I only questioned the addition of the black belt upon seeing the lookbook, which proved the dress had a rather simple yet striking power all on its own. Here, the belt and plain pumps make it a bit more average.

Place2Be Headteacher Conference: If this Matthew Williamson Pre-Fall 2012 embellished gray peplum dress looks even remotely familiar, it’s because she wore it back in 2012, even styling it with what appears to be the same forest-green pumps. It was lovely then, and it still is now—even if it’s groundhog day.

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27.10.15

Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge In Erdem – 100 Women In Hedge Funds Gala Dinner

Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge In Erdem - 100 Women In Hedge Funds Gala Dinner

Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge attended the 100 Women In Hedge Funds Gala Dinner held at Victoria and Albert Museum this evening (October 27) in London, England.

She wore a thoroughly sophisticated Erdem Pre-Fall 2015 floor-skimming silk gown full of feminine flare and boosting the designer’s signature showstopping floral prints.

Flawless as the gown is, I’m irked by her hair here.

She needs a hairstyle do-over because it looks like she’s is wearing a Hothair piece at the back.

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You can buy Catherine’s Erdem Alouette Gown from Net-A-Porter.com and Saks.com.

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26.10.15 Premiere

Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge In Jenny Packham – ‘Spectre’ London Premiere

Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge In Jenny Packham - ‘Spectre’ London Premiere

Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, joined the James Bond-fueled mix at the ‘Spectre’ premiere at Royal Albert Hall on Monday (October 26) in London, England.

Relying on one of her favoured designers, she donned a Jenny Packham pale sky-blue dress with belted embellishment.

While I appreciated this more languid, dressing-gown silhouette from Catherine—in theory—in reality, I’m not quite sure it translated to its full potential.

There seemed to be an unusual aging quality to the look with the sheer long sleeves and wrap front design, coupled with her rather over-styled updo.

A Jenny Packham ‘Casa’ clutch and Jimmy Choo ‘Vamp’ sandals completed her look.

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