Princess Beatrice in new-but-old look with oversized sun hat for Royal Ascot Day 4

Princess Beatrice attended Day 4 of Royal Ascot alongside her mother Sarah, Duchess of York. Beatrice wore a familiar yet slightly new outfit from The Fold London, with another bag from Pop & Suki.

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Princess Beatrice wore The Fold London ‘Camelot Dress’ in winter white tweed; this dress retails for £304. The dress features a bateau neckline with long sleeves, a fitted bodice with darts over the bust line. A very flattering signature contoured wrap fold features over the waistline. The dress has clear hip pockets with a pleated and draped skirt with a subtle flare to the knee, and a gold toned zip closure at the rear. You may recall that she wore the same dress but in a different colour-way – blush pink for Trooping the Colour two weeks previous. We love this look on Beatrice, it is a very flattering dress, though we would not mind if she re-wore her blush one. Perhaps the white tweed is a bit of a heavy fabric for such a sunny summer’s day. You can purchase the winter white here. Purchase the blush here.

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The Fold London ‘Winter White Tweed’ Camelot

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For the fourth day of Ascot, Princess Beatrice wore a Sarah Cant ‘Gloriosa’ hat, which is a pale pink blush coloured straw hat with oversized sweeping downward brim. A small square curved edged crown has stark contrasting black ribbon and trimmed with multiple ribbon looped accents, plus a yellow and red flower. Beatrice has worn Sarah Cant to Royal Ascot before and on numerous other occasions. We are always such fans of large over-sized hats and love this look on Beatrice, a true statement piece and adds the right touch of regal femininity to her outfit. The price of this hat is upon enquiry to Sarah Cant. You can view this piece here.

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Sarah Cant ‘Gloriosa’

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It was another Pop & Suki ‘Box Bag’ for Princess Beatrice, this time in a Cotton Candy colour; it originally retailed for £215 but is now on sale for £150. A small briefcase style handbag with top handle, optional shoulder strap and matching pink luggage tag. The box bag features gold toned hardware on the handle and a large gold toned hardware lock. The bag features beige suede lining with interior pocket. The box bags can be personalised with white bold handwritten script. Yesterday we commented that the black Pop & Suki had been the only handbag she had carried over the past month, it appears she has proved us wrong this time. We actually prefer the box bag in the Cotton Candy way it adds more of a softer feminine look, though perhaps this is only a day bag. Purchase this bag here.

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Pop and Suki Box Bag Cotton Candy

Beatrice re-wore her Stuart Weitzman ‘Capsize’ Mary Jane heels. These dainty and feminine pink block heel Mary Jane pumps add a slight modern twist with the silver metallic toe-cap, to an otherwise quite vintage style of shoe. The heel has an adjustable buckle strap, leather sole with black heel and leather lined interior. A second day of toe-cap heels from the Princess, after the monochrome Nicholas Kirkwood heels yesterday. She also wore these for Trooping The Colour. These heels are unfortunately no longer available.

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Stuart Weitzman Capsize Mary Jane Heels

For those interested, Sarah, Duchess of York, was wearing a simple navy Roland Mouret dress, with black detail on the sleeves, a black and cobalt Philip Treacy saucer hat, and a pouch clutch in navy, blue snakeskin and orange from Celine.

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Do you like Princess Beatrice’s outfit of new colour-ways but the same styles and brands?

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