Duchess of Cambridge, Duchess Kate, married to Duke Prince Williams, being a member of the British royal family has been well recognized for her simple yet elegant dressing sense. But her attire to the black-tie dinner at the British ambassador’s residence in Stockholm took everyone by surprise.
The never “wrong-dressed” Kate apparently looked somewhat off her comfort zone in the Erdem evening gown. The Stephanie floral-print silk satin gold gown was as pricey as $2,300. The attire glowed with an Edwardian high collar, button-down bodice and semi-trumpet sleeves with an attached trimmed skirt and detachable belt. Nevertheless, Kate seemed to be heavily adjusting herself into it.
On 30th January, Tuesday, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge set up for a four-day official trip to Sweden and Norway. The first day of the trip ended with the royal and star-studded black-tie dinner at the British ambassador’s residence. The commencement of the second day of the trip was marked by the British royals playing a game of bandy hockey post which they had settled for lunch at the Swedish Royal Palace, hosted by King Carl XVI Gustaf and Queen Silvia followed by a walk through the cobbled streets. Kate didn’t fail to keep up her look and dressing all through the day. She turned up looking all fashionable in a fur-lined Burberry coat and a Fjallraven sweater and knit cap in the first half of the day and the second half saw her in a Catherine Walker coat atop a green coloured dress and a Peruvian Connection fur hat.
Kate is highly noted for her fashion sense and has been honoured with many awards and titles for the same. She was titled the “Most Promising Newcomer” by The Daily Telegraph in 2006. She was featured in People magazine’s best-dressed list in 2007 and 2010. She has also appeared in the Vogue magazine cover in June 2016. Currently, the Duchess is pregnant with her third child.