Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge In Eponine London – Maternal Mental Health Films Launch

Whether we like or loathe Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge’s style, she always manages to be event appropriate.

This statement very much applied to her visit to the launch of Maternal Mental Health Films on Thursday (March 23) in London.

The Duchess wore a two-piece red and white gingham Eponine London skirt suit styled with tried-and-true accessories including her Kiki McDonough pink morganite earrings, Gianvito Rossi pumps and a L.K. Bennett clutch.

I wasn’t surprised to discover that this was a second outing for this outfit.

I much prefer the nude accessories with this look, the black – even though they were brought in to compliment the buttons – felt too heavy for this early spring look.

L.K. Bennett Nina clutch
Gianvito Rossi suede pumps

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Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge In Chanel, Jenny Packman, and Alexander McQueen – In Paris

Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge was in Paris for a two-day stay over the weekend, arriving in the City of Light on Friday (March 17).

Look 1: This colourful tweed Chanel pleated dress was a chic way to make the rounds in Paris, with the bell sleeves and box pleats adding ladylike poise.

Look 2: Catherine opted to wear a longtime favoured designer of choice, Jenny Packham, for an embassy gala dinner. Although it may have appeared to be baby blue, the gown was actually a striking icy-silver hue. It featured a familiar silhouette, but the special flourish came in the dimensional floral embellishment for an enchanting finish.

Look 3: For a welcome reception at the British embassy on Friday, she wore a black Alexander McQueen textural dress in a fresh, ankle-grazing length with its modern elegance only heightened by her statement necklace.

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Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge In Catherine Walker – St. Patrick’s Day With The Irish Guards In London

Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge was fully dressed in the colour of the day at the annual Irish Guards St. Patrick’s Day Parade on Friday (March 17) in London.

As we’d expect with a bespoke piece, her deep forest-green Catherine Walker coat fit her like a glove.

Additional sartorial beauty shone through with the coat dress’s dark contrast velvet collar and cuffs and military-inspired buttons, which she enlivened further with a shamrock pin and associated foliage.

Topping it off in final celebration to Ireland’s national colour, she tied the ensemble together with a matching green, sculptural hat for a look that didn’t skip a beat from her signature refined sophistication.

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Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge In Alexander McQueen – 2017 BAFTAs

Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, bought everything and more to the 2017 BAFTAs on Sunday (February 12) in London, England.

This Alexander McQueen Resort 2016 dress is oh-so-perfect on her.

I actually much prefer the custom off-the-shoulder neckline on Kate’s dress to the straps on the model, it completely opens up the top half of this dress. The spring-like floral print is statement enough, and the satin belt details add extra chicness to this gown.

Her hair and makeup are gorgeous too, and the jewels are most definitely Princess-worthy!

Would you consider this one of the best dressed of the night?

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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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