Over a week after returning from maternity leave, the Duchess of Cambridge has been nailing every royal outing – from her casual Sayers Croft Forest School visit to the Victoria & Albert Museum – with ease and fashion savvy. For Princess Eugenie's royal wedding to Jack Brooksbank at St. George's Chapel, Kate brought Windsor Castle to life with some major colour.
Her dress may look familiar to some fans, who know of the mother of three's love for fashion designer Alexander McQueen. The 36-year-old royal wore a nearly identical dress – which boasts accentuated shoulders, pleated neckline and A-line skirt – by the designer for the Trooping the Colour ceremony in 2017. It looks like Kate has gone back to an old favourite silhouette, with a new take on the colour.
In terms of accessories, Kate paired her dress with a matching fascinator featuring a small floral arrangement on one side, with netting on the other. She went with one of her classic styles of pump in a deep wine colour, finishing the look with a black clutch.