After making her stylish return to royal duties last week, the Duchess of Cambridge, continued her fashionable parade by donning an all-silver ensemble during a visit to Send Women’s Prison in Surrey on Sept. 25. Kate has seamlessly jumped back into her public role after taking a few months off following the birth of Princess Charlotte in May.
For the visit, Kate chose a chic tailored pale grey dress featuring long sleeves, a V-neckline, a peplum bodice and a pencil skirt. The stylish winter silver tweed dress, from London-based label The Fold, is called The Eaton and is priced at $740.
She accessorised her stylish ensemble with a grey envelope clutch bag in another shade of grey, adding a pair of matching high heels to complete her outfit.
The Duchess, who recently unveiled a new fringed hairstyle, showed off her new look by wearing her glossy brunette tresses in a chic half-updo style, with her fringe styled into a middle parting. Her natural beauty shone through as she opted for a barely-there make-up look, save for a hint of smokey eyeshadow.
The mother-of-two was visiting the prison to view the work carried out by the Rehabilitation of Addicted Prisoners Trust, who work to help prisoners struggling with addictions to drugs and alcohol.
Kate only recently returned to her official duties since giving birth to little Charlotte, attending her first official engagement earlier this month as she visited the Anna Freud Centre, lending her support to the centre's work on promoting mental health in children.
The royal looked radiant for the visit, dazzling in a $2,500 Ralph Lauren shirtdress. The houndstooth print number, which was cinched in at the waist with a thin black belt, flared at the hem for a flattering finish.