The Duchess of Cambridge joined the Queen and other members of the British Royal Family at the Annual Festival of Remembrance at Royal Albert Hall in London on Saturday evening.
The Duchess of Cambridge wore Roland Mouret ‘Asymmetric Neck Dress,’ retailing for £1,395. This sleek dress has a sharply tailored asymmetric slashed v-neckline, with three-quarter sleeves ending in slightly flared bell sleeves. The dress has a slim fit silhouette with a cinched waist, a fitted style pencil skirt which then moves into a separate panelled midi flare. The dress is crafted from 100% wool, with an exposed rear gold zip closure. A beautiful, modern and feminine style. Kate’s dress was impeccably tailored for her, something she is well known for doing with all of her clothing. We don’t often get to see the Duchess wear Roland Mouret, so it was a nice refreshing choice from Catherine.
Prime Minster Teresa May has also worn a version of this Roland Mouret dress with longer sleeves in Manchester back in 2015.
The Duchess carried a new Jimmy Choo ‘Celeste’ bag in black velvet. The trapeze style hard frame clutch is made from crushed black velvet. The gold toned hardware frame is engraved with designer name and has a cube style clasp inlaid with crystal. A singular interior pocket with optional gold chain shoulder strap. This bag is sold out, though you can still view it here.
Kate wore Jimmy Choo ‘Romy 100’ Pumps in black velvet, retailing for £696. The classic pointed toe stiletto heels are crafted from a rich smooth black crushed velvet with leather upper and leather sole with a 100m heel height. You can purchase these pumps here. Try these for a cheaper replikate.
Accesories-wise, the Duchess wore two pieces of jewellery on loan from The Queen. The first piece is a gorgeous pair of pearl cluster earrings that are part of Queen Elizabeth’s Qatar Pearl and Diamond Demi-Parure, which features a statement necklace made of multiple rows of pearls and diamonds.
The second piece is an ornate pearl brooch. It is a diamond encrusted brooch with three flowers with pearl centres. Catherine wore three poppies, which obscured the brooch, but the stem was recognisable. We have seen it previously in Belgium for other WWI remembrance events.
You can get Kate’s look here:
thanks to @whatkatewore(shoe id, jewellery info) thecourtjeweller (jewellery info)