Princess Beatrice dressed in a chic navy ensemble attended The Queen’s National Scout Parade with Bear Grylls. A member of the Royal Family attends the parade each year as a representative of The Queen. You may remember a very heavily Duchess of Cambridge attending the event in an Mulberry mint-green coat in April 2013.
Princess Beatrice wore The Fold ‘Somerby’ dress, retailing for £204.17. This dress features a bateau neck line, long sleeves, and a fit and flare a-line dress What makes this dress unique is the folds across the bust-line and draping folds through the asymmetric hem. The dress has a concealed rear zip closure and is made from textured stretch crepe. This is a perfect look on Beatrice, she looks beautiful and ultra feminine.
This is probably her best look to date, close behind is her pale blue Amanda Wakeley dress she wore to Royal Ascot in 2017. You can purchase Beatrice’s dress here. This dress also comes in a burgundy colour way which you can purchase here. You can buy a *gorgeous* and affordable replicate for £49 here.
She wore a Jane Taylor ‘Bianca’ Hat, retailing for £1,102. A angular perched disc fascinator with cream crown and cream and black lattice pattern brim. The hat is finished with cream buntal twists and fastened with a headband. This is the first time we have ever seen Beatrice wear a Jane Taylor piece. Beatrice is a huge fan of millinery and has a quite a large and varied collection of different designers including: Nerida Fraiman, Juliette Botterill, William Chambers, Emily London, Philip Treacy and Laura Apsit Livens.
The Duchess of Cambridge and Countess of Wessex are huge fans of Jane Taylor and are regularly seen in her designs. Zara Tindall has also worn her hats. You can purchase Princess Eugenie’s hat here.
Princess Beatrice wore a pair of Prada hidden platform heels. A black suede round toe court heel, with a hidden platform and a very high heel height. Both Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie have worn these heels before and are known to be big fans of Prada. These heels are no longer available, though you can purchase a similar pair of Prada heels here.
Princess Beatrice wore an Alexander McQueen black leather waist belt. A wide fitted cinch waist belt with bevelled thinner inner belt. The belt has a square silver buckle with double buckle holes. Beatrice wore this around the centre of her dress to add a slight edge to her ensemble. Alexander McQueen is known for doing a rather large range of these cinched waist belts in various designs.
Princess Beatrice carried an LK Bennett ‘Avona’ black patent long roll clutch bag, retailing for £210. A long tube style clutch made from glossy black patent leather, with a sliver top clasp and option chain. You can purchase this bag in navy here.
Beatrice wore her hair tied in a low flowing ponytail tied with a black silk ribbon. She wore this bow in her hair when she attended Royal Ascot last year, when she style her hair in a beautiful side sweeping fish tail plait. We are wondering if this piece may be by Jennifer Behr? The Jennifer Behr Bow Hair Clip, retailing for £148.
She accessorised with a gold pendant necklace, possibly her ‘B’ initial necklace or small pearl and a gold bracelet.
This outfit is a complete win for us, from head to toe. Princess Beatrice looks super chic and sophisticated, we want to see more, more, more of this from her. Just as we were saying in our last post she has a lot of fashion and potential and she proved us right just one day later! We hope that Princess Beatrice will be able to undertake more official royal engagements in the future.
You can get Princess Beatrice’s look here: