For the second day of #RoyalVisitPoland, The Duchess of Cambridge chose Erdem separates; read more about her day over at The Crown Chronicles.
The top and ‘Imari’ skirt are in Erdem’s ‘Hurst Rose’ pattern – lovely for the summer – from this year’s collection. The midi skirt sits high on the waist, and is pleated, complete with pockets. Who doesn’t love pockets?! It cost £760, but was on sale for £360 recently; it is now out of stock. The Duchess’ top seems to be a custom piece in the fabric, based on another simple top by Erdem.
Kate teamed this with a new pair of sandals, thought to have been seen at Wimbledon (but the pictures are quiet grainy). They come from Stuart Weitzman, the ‘Nearly nude’ sandal, costing £370 at Harrods in suede (not leather).
The sandal has a 3″ heel, with inverted cut out, and a think ankle strap, mimicked at the toes, too. Kate had had a red pedicure.
Kate had a new Etui bag, the Polish label she has been sporting recently; I didn’t like this piece. The textured look of it just reminds me of… something unpleasant. Anyone else?! She had plenty of clutches to match this look, including nude ones…. This was a miss for me.
Lastly, Catherine wore Baltic amber jewellery; the stone is the Gdansk’s main export. The earrings and necklace were filigree in style, in gold settings. The amber is distinctly a milky yellow tone, as opposed to the clear orange you’d expect.
What did you think of the look overall?
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