Lady Louise was a special attendant to her cousin Princes Eugenie for the Royal Wedding. Lady Louise was in charge of helping to get the Bridesmaids and Page Boys in the Chapel. She wore a jewel-toned a Claudie Pierlot dress for the occasion.
Lady Louise wore the Claudie Pierlot round-neck dress in vibrant blue, retailing for £239. The dress features a round neckline with low scooped back, three-quarter length sleeves and a fit and flare silhouette that fell just above the knee. The dress can be cinched in at the waist with a self-tie belt. It is nice to see Lady Louise not wearing her mother’s outfits to a royal event and instead have her own new pretty dress and a brand her cousin Princess Eugenie is quite fond of. The dress is also available in red and bright green. Purchase Lady Louise’s dress here. You can the look for less here.
Lady Louise wore a Emily London ‘Juliette’ fascinator, retailing for £525. A small satin button fascinator set on an alice band with sculptural peaked curls and bow twists. Lady Louise, wore a bespoke version of this hat with added beading in the centre. You can purchase the hat here.
Lady Louise carried the Countess of Wessex clutch. The Beauchamps of London ‘Hutchison Clutch’. A square navy python embossed envelope clutch with gold turn lock clasp and punched gold studding along the edges. The perfect edgy accompaniment to her feminine dress. Try this bag to get the look.
Eugenie’s cousin wore John Lewis & Partners ‘Aiyana’ scallop mid heel court shoes, retailing for £85. An almond toe navy suede pump, with low block heel. The have soft scalloped edging around the edge of the shoe. The Spanish made leather shoe feature underfoot cushioning for all day comfort, a smart choice for a wedding where you have to do a lot of walking around to keep your feet comfortable and blister free. Lady Louise’s navy pumps are sold out, though you can still purchase them in red or black here.
Lady Louise accessorised with a small circular disc diamond pendant.
We think that Lady Louise looked beautiful and did an amazing job helping out all the Bridesmaid’s and Page Boys for the Royal Wedding.
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