6 Jul 2020
 

Princess Beatrice updates old hat & pairs with gorgeous new dress for Easter Sunday

Princess Beatrice was a vision in Windsor today, celebrating Easter Sunday with The Queen and other members of the Royal Family. She had an old hat updated and paired it with a new bespoke dress coat.

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Despite all the photographers there, photos have been limited of the Princess, so we will do our best to show you her outfit on/in person.

Princess Beatrice wore a custom Claire Mischevani coat dress. The custom blue and pink piece mixes elements of the ‘pale blue jacquard pleat dress’ (which she already owns) and the ‘Lemon Duchess Dress Coat’. You can see the shape of the blue dress has been paired with the climbing effect of the pattern, getting less dense towards as it moves away from the hem line. This is a simply wonderful look, and the colours – blues, creams, gold, bronze and pinks – make for a great spring outfit.

lemon Duchess Dress Coat Pale blue jacquard pleat dress

Here is Beatrice in the blue jacquard dress at Ascot in June 2018.

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She paired the dress an old hat she owns by Juliette Botterill, and had the piece updated. This is a great way to get your money from your millinery, which can be very costly. Beatrice had the bronze curls removed, and added colourful flowers and twists to the copper-coloured base.

The original was seen at Easter in 2016, worn with a Topshop trench coat.

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Beatrice wore a pair of gorgeous pink satin heels, which are from Gianvito Rossi. The seam on the inside of the foot rules out the Jimmy Choo satin heels, which are almost identical. Featuring a 10cm heel and pointed toe, these ‘praline pink’ shoes cost £510 and are available here. Beatrice actually wore there to the royal wedding in May. These heels are a fantastic match at under £80 – get them here.

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Gianvito Rossi 105 pink satin heels

The Princess chose a hard case clutch for the occasion, which we can’t yet find. We believe we have seen the bag before, but the lack of photos is even confusing us as to the colour of the piece! Updates to come.

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