Red Carpet Fashion Awards

Princess Beatrice In Jonathan Saunders  - 8th Annual Charity Ball Gala

Princess Beatrice attended the 8th annual charity: ball gala held at the Duggal Greenhouse on Monday evening (December 16) in Brooklyn, New York.

Following in the footsteps of Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge and Michelle Obama, she recycled a look she had worn once before.

It was in January that she first wore this Jonathan Saunders Fall 2012 brightly hued leaf-green-and-black fit-and-flare dress styled with tights and black Mary Janes.

The styling was almost the same, but last night she opted not to wear the belt and to turn up the cuffs while adding a black clutch and green-strap watch.

I really loved the belt the first time around, but was glad to see her attempt to switch up the look and feel of the look. As you know, Catherine likes to repeat head-to-toe looks.

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The Serpentine Gallery Summer Party

Aside from Naomi Campbell and Sarah Jessica Parker, a host of stars did wear L’Wren Scott frocks to the Serpentine Gallery Summer Party, which the designer hosted in Hyde Park, London yesterday evening.

Princess Beatrice: The princess looked chic wearing a L’Wren Scott blue lace dress with a scoop neckline, scalloped hem and interesting pleats at the cuffs. Her dazzling accessories included a blue embellished clutch and crystallized pumps.

Joanne Froggatt: The ‘Downton Abbey’ star is known for her love of colour, but on this rare occasion she selected a black L’Wren Scott frock. The embroidered mini was styled with Christian Louboutin ‘Lagoula’ sandals and a studded Christian Louboutin ‘Paris’ bag to prevent this look from being too forgettable.

Alice Eve: Now this is more like it. Alice clearly read her invite for this summer party. The actress wore a L’Wren Scott Spring 2013 white-and-gold sequin frock, styled with gold pumps and a cream oversized clutch with a gold bow accent.

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Princess Eugenie & Princess Beatrice In RED Valentino - Royal Ascot

Princess Eugenie and Princess Beatrice showed their style stripes at the Royal Ascot on Tuesday at the Ascot Racecourse in England.

In comparison to the colour-captivating Katherine Jenkins who was also in attendance, the royal sisters set out on a more sombre approach to the day.

Beatrice wore a RED Valentino coat with alternating rows of black-and-white dot print and traditional lace, while Eugenie put a cropped jacket over her black-and-beige-striped, A-line skirt.

The mainly monochromatic ensembles and the nondescript black pumps had the fall season written all over them.

Thankfully, the Nerida Fraiman fascinators did lighten these looks; Beatrice’s wispy dove-gray piece and Eugenie’s charming, black organza-laced design both provided an effervescent flourish to the heavier styling that lay beneath.

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You can buy Princess Beatrice’s RED Valentino coat from Shopbop.com.
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Princess Beatrice In Jonathan Saunders - Berlin Visit

Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie of York arrived at the British School in Berlin, Germany today to support the government’s GREAT initiative, promoting the UK abroad.

They will also visit Hanover tomorrow as part of a two-day trip funded by their father, the Duke of York.

Flying the flag for British fashion abroad, Beatrice wore a Jonathan Saunders Fall 2012 dress.

Her green printed ‘Sigrid’ melange fit-and-flare dress, featuring a pleated flared skirt, was styled with a gold-buckled black belt, tights and ankle-strap pumps.

I love the addition of the belt, which accentuates her feminine silhouette whilst giving the look a youthful edge.

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You can buy Princess Beatrice’s Jonathan Saunders dress from Net-A-Porter International.

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Princess Beatrice was one of the presenters at the 2012 British Fashion Awards, held in London at the Savoy Hotel yesterday evening.

She wore an Erdem Fall 2012 dress, which would’ve delighted the designer who was in attendance collecting the ‘New Establishment’ Award.

This romantic, elegant, 3/4 length sleeve ‘Lily’ dress featuring a signature floral print had a sheer black lace panel at the back.

Keeping the styling simple, the Princess styled her look with black pumps and a black clutch.

You can buy Princess Beatrice’s Erdem dress from Matches Fashion Global, Matches Fashion UK and Selfridges.

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