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Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge In Hobbs -  St Patrick's Day Parade

Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge attended the St Patrick’s Day parade at Mons Barracks on Monday (March 17) in Aldershot, England with Prince William, Duke of Cambridge to visit the 1st Battalion Irish Guards to present the traditional sprigs of shamrocks to the officers and guardsmen of the regiment.

They say it’s not easy wearing green, but Catherine, aka Kate Middleton, stepped out donning the colour from head to toe.

Taking a break from the Emilia Wickstead coat she’s worn to this event for the past two years, Catherine chose the pine-green Hobbs ‘Persephone’ double-breasted trench on this occasion.

She styled the look with a Gina Foster hat, Cartier shamrock brooch, green suede pumps and a green clutch.

Should she have broken up the green with brown perhaps, like she did in 2012, or does this head-to-toe showing work for you?

I have to say it is the best of the three and even deserves a spot on the BDOTW list.

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You can buy Catherine’s Hobbs Persephone Trench from Hobbs.

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Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge In LK Bennett - The ICAP Art Room Opening At Northolt High School

Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge officially opened The ICAP Art Room at Northolt High School this morning (February 14) in West London.

She wore a smart blue LK Bennett ‘Detroit’ notch-collar fitted dress, avoiding any trace of Valentine’s Day attire, styling her bright-blue dress with black heels and a small black clutch.

With her trademark locks looking glossier than ever, she opted for her usual makeup look – natural with highly-defined kohl eyes.

Detroit Fitted Dress With Notch Collar

You can buy Catherine’s L.K. Bennett Detroit Notch Collar Fitted Dress from L.K. Bennett.

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Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge and Prince William, Duke of Cambridge attended a screening of David Attenborough’s ‘Natural History Museum Alive 3D’ held at the Natural History Museum in London yesterday evening.

The Queen of Repeats wore her Temperley London ‘Amoret’ lace gown featuring a demure sleeve length and gently scalloped finish, which is a timelessly elegant choice for an evening look, especially on a cold, wet December evening.

However, this is the third time she has worn the gown. The first time was to the ‘War Horse’ premiere back in January last year, and just last month she wore it to the University of St. Andrews’ 600th Anniversary Appeal with her red McQueen clutch, so I am hoping that this gown, as beautiful as it is, is now having its final outing.

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Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge In Roland Mouret  - 'Mandela Long Walk To Freedom' Royal Premiere

Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge (Queen of Repeats) attended the royal premiere for ‘Mandela: Long Walk To Freedom’ this evening in London’s Leicester Square.

She wore a Roland Mouret Fall 2009 long-sleeved ivory gown featuring a demure side slit which was a repeat.

You may remember that she wore this dress to the Thirty Club dinner back in May last year.

This time she styled the look with a statement necklace and black accessories.

I wanted to rejoice this repeat because of the rare sighting of the ponytail and Zara necklace (even though it doesn’t quite work with the dress for me), but when scrolling down she lost me at the black Mulberry clutch.

Both the clutch and shoes are way too heavy for this look.

Her styling of this look was far superior the first time around.

Now I understand why her last repeat was exactly the same from head to toe.

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Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge In Temperley London - SportsBall

As the patron of SportsAid, Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge attended the SportsBall, the charity’s annual gala dinner at Victoria Embankment Gardens in London yesterday evening.

Opting for a simple look, the Duchess wore a Temperley London Fall 2012 ‘Templeton’ dress which featured a feminine scalloped hemline, slightly exaggerated shoulders, a plain body and intricate laser-cut design which was inspired by Renaissance stained glass.

Catherine styled her look with black Jimmy Choo ‘Cosmic’ pumps, her sapphire engagement ring and a bright pop of colour via an Alexander McQueen clutch (previous carried to the Thames Diamond Jubilee Pageant and the University of St. Andrews 600th Anniversary Appeal Dinner).

Wearing her newly dyed wavy hair down (as per), she completed her look with her signature kohl-rimmed eyes and pink lips.

Credit: Temperley London & Getty




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