Princess Beatrice in pink and red pillox hat for Trooping The Colour

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Princess Beatrice of York took part in Trooping the Colour on Saturday, riding in the carriage procession and making an appearance on the balcony of Buckingham Palace with other members of the Royal Family. She chose a light pink dress from The Fold London for the day’s events and a red pillbox hat.

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Princess Beatrice wore a The Fold London ‘Camelot’ dress in blush pink, retailing for £229.17. The ‘Camelot’ features a bateau neckline, 3/4 sleeves and an a-line flare knee-length skirt. The dress is constructed with bust darts over the bodice, pleats through the skirt, concealed pockets and an exposed gold rear zip closure. It is made from 100% polyester. The stand out feature is the signature sweeping wrap across the waistband, which adds a beautiful elegance to this dress.

You may already be quite familiar with The Fold as The Duchess of Cambridge has also appeared in their designs. You can purchase this dress here. Get a nice replicate of this dress here.

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The Fold London Camelot Dress

We love this super feminine and pretty dress that is perfect for the office or a night out – it looks great on Prince Andrew’s daughter. This dress is also available in navy, light blue tweed and winter white tweed.

The Fold London Camelot Dress, Navy, White Tweed, Blue Tweed

Beatrice wore a Sally Ann Povran ‘Lala’ pillbox hat, retailing for £270. Beatrice continued her ever-changing choice of millinery designer and chose another milliner we are quite unfamiliar with. Sally Ann is a Scottish milliner who works from her Edinburgh Studio designing hats for royal and celebrity clients, as well as brides and Royal Ascot attendees. She has shown collections at London Fashion Week and also creates headwear for opera, ballet, theatre companies, music artists and TV and film.

The elegant pillbox style hat is crafted from parisisal straw and made on a vintage hat block from the 1960’s. The large hat is trimmed with sinamay bow and quill on the side of the hat in a figure 8. This trim may be placed on either side of the hat dependent on the wearer’s preference. The hat is secured with elastic and pinning loops and is designed to sit toward the rear of the head, though can also be worn propped to the front.

Beatrice wore her hair in a gorgeous half up down style with her hat sitting toward the rear of her head, framing her face beautifully. Beatrice’s Lala is in the Brick-Red colour way though you may also choose from black, ivory, fuchsia, shell pink, silver grey and navy. You can purchase this hat here.

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Sally Ann Povran Lala straw bow pillbox hat

Princess Beatrice appeared to accessorise with two thin delicate bracelets. The first a gold cross bracelet and the second, a gold charm bracelet with what looks like the letter ‘B’ and a Love Heart Charm.

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Princess Beatrice wore her Stuart Weitzman ‘Capsize Mary Jane’ pumps in blush – you can spot them in a photo of the Princess exiting her carriage here. They cost £273.50. A very feminine pair of blush pink block heel court pumps. The pointed toe of these heels has a silver cap, adding a little edge to the heel. These are some of our favourite heels of Beatrice’s to add some youthful and playful flair to her ensembles, will still looking refined and beautiful. These heels have long since sold out, though you can still view them here.

Stuart Weitzman Capsize Mary Jane Heels

Princess Beatrice carried her Pop & Suki ‘Personalized Leather Box Bag’, retailing for £218.41 (again, see carriage exit photo). It is a small square briefcase style bag, with short top handle and longer cross-body leather strap. The bag has gold toned locks and hardware and can be personalised with the wearers name or phrase in white lettering. Beatrice has ‘be Cool, be Nice,’ written on hers. This bag has become one of Beatrice’s go to bags of late with her carrying it to almost all events or outings over the past month, including to the Chelsea Flower Show recently. You can purchase this bag here. You can get a very affordable replicate here or here.

Pop & Suki Personalised Leather Box Bag

Many people are not fans of red and pink colour combinations together. This has to be one of our all time favourite colour combinations and don’t feel that people should shy away from something a bit different. We applaud Beatrice for her continued confidence in trying different things. There was just a little something missing from her outfit to tie it all together. Perhaps a red heel, or bag instead?

Thanks to Polka Poppins Twitter for some info.

Copy the Princess’ look below:

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