The lovely Duchess of Cambridge is known for her stylish outfits and trendy makeup. She has set a standard in the fashion industry that allows style enthusiasts to experiment with their own looks. Her recent style has attracted many fashionable ladies and other fans of the stunning Duchess.
Duchess Kate arrived in London last night wearing a trendy outfit and chic shoes. She accompanied her husband, Prince William, to a meeting of the Thirty Club in one of the most elite dining clubs in the country. The floor-length gown was slit to the thigh and perfectly hugged her slender figure. The cream dress, believed to be created by Roland Mouret, featured a high neckline and long sleeves.
Kate looked amazing in the long, cream-colored gown. She accessorized it with a pair of crystal-studded, Jimmy Choo Vamp sandals that showed off crimson-painted toenails. She completed the look with a gleaming clutch and chandelier-style diamond earrings. With her trademark locks hanging elegantly around her shoulders, the pretty royal stylishly sizzled at Claridge’s hotel in Mayfair.
Kate’s decision to wear the show-stopping heels comes one week after shoe designer Nicholas Kirkwood criticized her for playing it too safe when it comes to footwear. The Duchess normally wears nude, black, or navy shoes with a lower heel, so the choice of the silver, strappy sandals was quite a surprise. Kirkwood said last week:
“She just wears too much high street stuff. I know she’s trying to be democratic, but I don’t know how many pairs of LK Bennett you can wear. She does occasionally come out wearing McQueen or something like that. It’s like, ‘Do that more! You’re meant to be a princess-y type of person, so act like one.’”
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