Princess Beatrice recently visited the Helen Arkell Dyslexia Centre earlier this week. Beatrice herself overcame difficulties with dyslexia growing up and is patron of the centre. Beatrice looked very comfortable chatting and interacting with the students. She wore some familiar pieces for the engagement, including borrowing an item from her sister’s wardrobe.
Princess Beatrice wore her Topshop dove grey wrap coat. This v-neck wrap coat boasts a large notch collar, front gun flaps, rear storm flap, exaggerated patch pockets on each hip, raw edges and a matching buckle belted waist which Beatrice wore tied instead. This is the perfect style of coat for Beatrice and very flattering on her figure, much sleeker than the heavy double breasted coats she often wears. This coat is perfect over black dress or crisp white shirt and stone washed skinny jeans. Unfortunately this coat has long since sold out.
We have previously seen Beatrice wear this coat paired with her Kurt Geiger black patent pumps and Anya Hindmarch gold metallic crisp clutch for Easter Day Church Service back in 2016.
Beatrice wore her Tory Burch ‘Winston’ tiered dress, originally retailing for £325. The shirt style dress has centre buttons to the waist, a two-tiered ruffled skirt and long sleeve button cuffs. The navy blue silk dress features thick contrast white double piped edging around the waistband, collar and button placket. This dress was part of the Fall 2017 Collection and – amazingly – is still available in limited sizes here.
Beatrice has worn this dress with a Laura Aspit Livens boater to one of The Queen’s garden parties held at Buckingham Palace in 2017.
Beatrice accessorised with her Cartier ‘Juste un clou’ bracelet, retailing for £2,350. This 18k yellow gold nail cuff is fast becoming a modern fashionista’s most-coveted jewellery piece. We would hazard a guess that this is a present from her boyfriend. You can purchase the piece here.
Beatrice borrowed a headpiece from her sister Princess Eugenie. She wore the Emily London ‘Rocco’ leather headband in black, retailing for £335. Whilst most siblings might bicker and argue over borrowing clothing items from each other or shout indignant screams to their mother about the unfair borrowing of ‘their stuff’, we are sure the sisters don’t mind sharing their clothes. It’s double the wardrobe after all! We have also seen various pieces on both women. You can purchase the headband here.
We suspect she wore black or navy heels, but don’t have any further pictures to confirm. Most of Beatrice’s shoes are almond toe or pointed toe shoes, so we have offered some options to match this below.
You can get Beatrice’s look here:
with thanks to @polkappop for clothing info