After another repeat wear, Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge was back to her duties attending Remembrance Day events. Firstly, she stepped out at a festival on Saturday (November 10) in London followed by a Remembrance Sunday event.
Remembrance Festival: Her black Roland Mouret dress was effortlessly chic and the demure silhouette was a respectful choice for the event which commemorated all those who have lost their lives in conflicts. The asymmetrical neckline was the perfect foil to her multiple poppies.
Remembrance Sunday: It was no surprise to see her back in black for the somber occasion — or in Alexander McQueen. The red-trimmed epaulets bring out the poppies and the military touches are a poignant nod to servicemen and women. The plaited updo was a surprise but a wise choice for showcasing the detailed neckline.