On the verge of celebrating their 10th wedding anniversary, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have returned to Westminster Abbey, the temple where they said “yes, I do” in 2011. In a very different context, the couple has come there to pay tribute to the victims of the pandemic and to thank the health workers and all the personnel who are fighting to stop this crisis. True to her sophisticated style, Kate Midldeton has once again dressed in white with a particular nod to her wedding day.
Few items have as much prominence in Kate Midldeton’s wardrobe as dress-coats . A piece, “two in one”, to which the Duchess of Cambridges frequently resorts. This is what he did in his last public act in which he has opted for a design by Catherine Walker , one of his leading firms in which Diana of Wales also habitually trusted .
The royal has opted for the Valeria design , a sophisticated midi-length dress-style coat, with a round neckline and prominent shoulder pads. It stands out for the side closure, with the scalloped lapel and floral lace.
Watching the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge walk down the aisle that led them to become husband and wife has brought back many memories. Even more so when seeing Kate Middleton again dressed in white with a design that could well inspire those brides who decide to marry at halftime.
Has the Duchess wanted to pay a particular tribute to her wedding day ? It would not surprise us, because all royals are experts in sending messages through their clothes. It is, for example, common that whenever Kate visits a foreign country she winks at it through her look. Nor have those outfits gone unnoticed in which it seems to have been inspired by the iconic Lady Di.
To complete the ensemble, Kate has chosen high heels in caramel-colored suede by Jimmy Choo and a purse-style bag in the tone of the Metier brand . Thanks to a flattering semi-collected we have seen her earrings, hoops topped with pearls. An inspiring look that once again places her as one of the most elegant women of royalty.