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23.06.18

Princess Beatrice In Jonathan Simkhai & Princess Eugenie In Erdem – Royal Ascot

Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie both attended day 3 of the Royal Ascot – also known as Ascot Ladies Day — on Thursday (June 21) in England.

Princess Beatrice: It’s been a while since I really loved a look from the royal, and this monochromatic look Jonathan Simkhai is no different. The New York based fashion designer is known for his cutting edge designs, but this feels a bit frumpy on Beatrice. Out of the three who stuck to a simple black and white colour palette, only Ciara nailed her look. As you can see she gave her Pop & Suki box bag its third outing of the week.

Princess Eugenie: There was something a bit deja vu about this silk floral number from Erdem. As Erdem is Eugenie’s favourite designer, I guess her style is suddenly feeling all too familiar. The look was paired with a Sally-Ann Provan hat and studded shoes.

Erdem Bernette Floral-Print Dress

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21.06.18

V&A Summer Party Red Carpet Roundup

There were many more celebs joining Sylvia Hoeks and Ciara in London for the V&A Summer Party on Wednesday (June 20).

Lady Kitty Spencer: Taking inspiration from Sicilian Majolica ceramic art, this dress from Dolce & Gabbana is printed with a colourful and artistic array of painted florals motifs. Spotlighting a feminine fit and flare silhouette, the look was interestingly complemented by colourful Mary Jane pumps.

Princess Beatrice: I love the white MSGM ruffle dress and her Kurt Geiger ‘Stratton’ pumps, but her Pop & Suki box bag didn’t need to make a reappearance with this look. It just didn’t work for me.

Gwendoline Christie: This wasn’t my favourite from this event, but I did like the girlie flourish which came from the hairband.

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20.06.18

Princess Eugenie In Roland Mouret & Princess Beatrice In Mary Katrantzou – Serpentine Summer Party 2018

Princess Eugenie and Princess Beatrice of York attended the Serpentine Summer Party 2018 on Tuesday (June 19) in London, alongside Lady Kitty Spencer and Ciara.

Princess Eugenie: Joined by her fiancé Jack Brooksbank, the Princess wore a Roland Mouret asymmetrical top patterned with Japanese blooms that was simply styled with black trousers. If you’re having a case of deja vu, that’s because Yara Shahdi wore the same top recently.

Princess Beatrice: The royal looked fabulous wearing a beautiful dress from Mary Katrantzou’s Resort 2018 collection. I adore multi-coloured peacock-printed detail that was embossed on the super-shiny fabric of this flared design. When it came to the accessories, I loved the metallic silver sandals and smart black box bag engraved with ‘Be Nice Be Cool’, but the leather moto jacket felt a bit like she was trying a bit too hard.

Roland Mouret Iris Asymmetric Top
Mary Katrantzou Talon Feather-Jacquard Midi Dress

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Princess Beatrice In Alberta Ferretti – 2018 Met Gala

Princess Beatrice attended the 2018 Met Gala on Monday night (May 7) alongside Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, Katharine McPhee and Rita Ora.

She made quite the impression at her first Costume Institute Gala in this Alberta Ferretti Fall 2018 gown. The royal purple colour will definitely not be lost, but it speaks to the theme as much as it does her background. Not to mention that it looks marvelous with her ginger locks.

Combined with the golden embellishment and Kotur clutch, it has such a poetic romance. And I’m sure it will have people wondering whether this is a direction she could go in for the wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.

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03.04.18

Princess Beatrice In Suzannah & Princess Eugenie In Oscar de la Renta – Easter Service

Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie were also at Easter service on Sunday (April 1) at St. George’s Chapel in Windsor, England, joining Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge.

Princess Beatrice: Dressed in Easter whites, she opted for a tailored Suzannah woven coat dress with girlish finishes in the nipped-in waist and buttons along with the flared cuffs. A Bottega Veneta clutch, hat, and Kurt Geiger nude pumps completed the ensemble.

Princess Eugenie: I am quite fond of the abstract fun of Oscar de la Renta paint-splattered, pouf dress, which was an artsy rush of energy on Easter morning. A Juliette Boterill Millinery hat reinforced the moments of fuchsia in the skirt.

Oscar de la Renta Paint Splattered Dress

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