Earlier today, Kate Middleton joined Crown Princess Stephanie of Luxembourg for a ceremony at the modern art museum in Luxembourg City to commemorate the 150th anniversary of the 1867 Treaty of London. To mark the occasion, the Duchess of Cambridge went for a familiar silhouette—the coatdress—but in a refreshingly new hue that projected quiet elegance and polished sophistication.
Middleton’s Emilia Wickstead dress was in line with previous styles she was sported in the past from Catherine Walker, Chanel, and Eponine London. The fit and flare shape has fast become a go-to for the young royal, perhaps because of its youthful, figure-flattering appeal, and today’s icy blue version had a directional edge. With sister Pippa’s wedding approaching in less than ten days, here’s hoping our favorite wardrobe-repeater breaks this one out for the festivities.
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