The Duchess of Cambridge, née Kate Middleton, made a rare appearance in a boldly patterned dress on Monday morning (Oct. 26), stepping out for a screening in London. Kate usually favours a more neutral palette with subtle patterns, but she looked out of this world in the intergalactic-inspired number.
Accompanied by husband Prince William, Kate was attending the premiere of Shaun the Sheep: The Farmer's Llamas wearing a bright blue space-themed dress by Tabitha Webb.
Featuring three-quarter-length sleeves and an A-line skirt that fell just below the knee, Kate looked stylish in the designer number, which has a price tag of $750. It is currently available in sizes 8-14 at tabithawebb.co.uk.
The 31-year-old paired the dress with black suede pumps and a matching clutch bag.
It's not the first time Kate has worn a Tabitha Webb creation. In 2012, she sported a floral silk dress by Project D, the label Tabitha used to own with Dannii Minogue.
And the designer recently teamed up with Kate's sister Pippa to raise money for charity.
The pair created an exclusive dress and matching scarf to raise funds for the British Heart Foundation.
Speaking to Hello! magazine, Pippa said it was a "great experience" collaborating with the designer on the one-off designs.
"It was a great experience collaborating with Tabitha Webb on the style and design of the two pieces," Pippa said. "As an ambassador of the British Heart Foundation, I am delighted that all profits of the sales will go towards their life-saving research into heart disease."