What can we say, darlin’? We were gobsmacked this week by Kate Middleton who looked absobloodylootely divine in a midnight blue Jenny Packham gown at a gala at the Metropolitan Museum of Art for her alma mater, St. Andrews University. This week’s Sally Award winner for the best party look of the week, The Duchess accessorized the silk gown by the British designer with a jaw-dropping – and grazing – pair of diamond and emerald earrings and a regal and elegant low chignon. Empressive, we say!
We also love that our gal chose to ignore the celebrity notion that you should only wear a gown once. You’ll recall that Kate has worn this chic number twice before: first at the 100 Women in Hedge Funds dinner in October 2013 and then at the National Portrait Gallery Gala earlier this year. It makes her so much more relatable, don’t you think? Her mum-in-law, the late Princess Diana, who was known as the People’s Princess, would have approved. Brilliant, doll.
The Duchess of Cambridge attends The Portrait Gala 2014
The Duchess at the 100 Women in Hedge Funds dinner in October 2013
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