Duchess of Sussex in festive florals at Royal Variety care home

The Duchess of Sussex yesterday attended Brinsworth House in Twickenham, the Royal Variety Charity’s residential nursing and care home. Meghan added two new designers to her expanding royal wardrobe.

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The Duchess wore Brock Collection ‘Odilia’ floral-print panelled midi dress, retailing for £834. The grey floral print dress has a low square neckline at the front, with even lower square back, and feminine ruched cap sleeves. A panelled bodice creates a form fitting shape and the panels drop away into a pencil skirt with generous slit at the front of the skirt.  The dress is made from 100% polyester and has an invisible rear zip closure. The dress is part of the designers resort 2019 collection. We love this dress on the Duchess, it is a very flattering silhouette. 

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Brock Collection Odilia floral-print panelled midi dress

Below we show the fine details of the dress, showcasing the gathered ruched cap sleeves and panelled details. You can see gathers around the shoulders and vertically down the arm of the sleeve. You can purchase the dress here. Try this to get the look for less here.

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Brock Collection Odilia floral-print panelled midi dress

Meghan wore Soia & Kyo ‘Adelaida-FX’ coat retailing for £542. The grey long-line coat has an exaggerated peak lapel collar with slight notch at the rear, detachable fur hood and wide long panelled tie waist belt. The coat has a singular button closure in the middle and three buttons on each cuff. The coat is made in China from a blend of wool, polyester and viscose and is lined with an interesting snake print pattern. This coat is an absolute winter wardrobe staple that can be worn with any myriad of outfits for years and years to come. A very elegant coat. You can purchase the coat here and here. Get a nice replicate of the coat here.

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Soia & Kyo Adelaida-FX Coat

The Duchess wore her Aquazzura ‘Deneuve’ bow pumps in grey suede. The pointed toe pumps have cut out panels on each side of the heel, feminine detailed bow at the rear of the heel and towers at a height of 105mm. We first saw these pumps on Harry and Meghan’s recent tour. The grey pumps are not available to purchase and are believed to be bespoke. The Duchess owns the same shoes in blush and black. 

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Aquazzura ‘Deneuve Bow Cutout Suede Pumps’

Meghan carried her Wilbur and Gussie Bespoke Charlie Oyster Silk clutch in blush satin, retailing for £205. This clutch is the base model to made into a bespoke piece by attaching one of Wilbur and Gussies jewelled animal or object pins to adorn the flap closure of the clutch. You also have the option to choose the colour of your bag to match your outfit perfectly. You can purchase Meghan’s clutch here.

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Wilbur and Gussie Bespoke Charlie Oyster Silk Clutch

Meghan accessorised with her Birks ‘Pétale’ large yellow gold and diamond stud earrings, retailing for £880. The 18kt yellow gold earrings are crafted to look like a single petal and feature 0.32ct of inlaid diamonds. You can purchase these earrings here. 

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Birks Pétale Large Yellow Gold and Diamond Stud Earrings

The Duchess of Sussex wore a new ring on her right hand. Kismet By Milka, ‘Hamsa’ ring, retailing for £250. The ring is in the shape of a Hasma or Hand of Fatima. It is an ancient Middle Eastern Amulet and it is a protection symbol for all religions. You can purchase it here.

Kismet By Milka Hamsa Ring

You can get Meghan’s look here:

With thanks to @MadAboutMeghan (dress ID) and @anngeogialeigh (ring ID). Featured image via Royal Variety charity

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