The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge attended the Men’s Final of Wimbledon today, seeing Novak Djokovic beat Roger Federer. This was the third time we saw her at the tennis championship this year. Kate was beautiful in a sky blue Emilia Wickstead dress, and handed out the winners’ trophies.
The Duchess wore an Emilia Wickstead ‘Textured flared dress,’ originally retailing for £1,390, but now on sale for £695. The pale blue dress has a square neckline and features a very unusual looking twisted pleated fold, running from the chest over the shoulder, creating an intricate detailing. The dress is fitted through the waist and flares out in soft pleats to a midi length. The Duchess had her dress modified with a slightly longer cap sleeve for coverage. The dress is constructed from a textured fabric, with the pattern falling vertical over the front and diagonally into the zip at the rear. You can purchase the unmodified version here.
If you look closely at Kate’s dress you will notice that the back bodice portion of the dress more closely resembles the Emilia Wickstead ‘Jordin’ style, with only slight ruching through the shoulder section and not the defined pleat as the textured dress.
Kate wore Aldo ‘Nicholes Pumps’ in the bone colour-way, costing £64. The light coloured suede pointed-toe pumps have a 4.25 inch block heel with ankle strap, in a d’orsay style. These are a much more affordable pair of heels than we are used to seeing the Duchess in of late, and look quite like her black Gianvito Rossi d’orsay shoe. Try these to get the look for less, here.
Kate wore her In2Design ‘Baroque Pearl Drop Earrings’. A large pearl drop earring with hook. The baroque style means the pearls are all different shapes and sizes, and not what people would liken to the classic round pearl style. Try these to get the look for less, here.
The Duchess of Cambridge carried her mystery UFO clutch, first seen at a Buckingham Palace garden party in 2017. The front flap clutch in cream has a very intricate hand-painted floral design that we have finally been able to see in detail from the photos today for the first time.
A closer look
Catherine also wore Ray Ban Wayfarer II Classic sunglasses in tortoise. The sunglasses retail for £154, which you can purchase here.
The Duchess looked incredibly elegant in her powder blue Emilia Wickstead fit and flare dress, both the colour and the style suit her perfectly. A beautiful look. However, like with many of Kate’s clothes this dress is almost identical to her baby blue Preen by Thornton Bregazzi fit and flare dress with only the shoulder detail and textured fabric being the differing factors. We saw this at the Natural History Museum in July 2017.
You can get Kate’s pretty Wimbledon look here:
with thanks to @JapaneseGinger for shoe ID