Princess Eugenie chooses paint-splattered Oscar de la Renta for Easter Sunday

Princess Eugenie joined The Queen and other members of the Royal Family for the Easter Service today in a non-conventional, yet jovial, dress by Oscar de La Renta.

Princess Eugenie and wears a fun splatter-print Oscar de la Renta dress for the Easter Day service at Windsor Castle. Picture by Andrew Parsons / i-Images

Princess Eugenie wore an Oscar de la Renta splatter-effect cocktail dress, that retails for £3,453. The dress has a plain black bodice, with concealed front button placket, seamed panelling, a stand up collar with single button closure at the neck and long sleeves with extended cuffs; Princess Eugenie wore the cuffs on her dress folded back. The bodice cinches in at the waist with a thin black belt with square buckle. The skirt of the dress flares out into a puff ball hem and is scattered with different brightly coloured “paint splatters” of pink, red, yellow, white, green and blue. The dress is made from a blend of cotton/viscose.

This was a great look on Eugenie, which some may not like, but the this dress suited her silhouette perfectly. You can purchase this dress here and here. You may also like to buy this dress in a white colour-way which you can purchase here, here and here. Or you might like to try this more affordable version to help you replicate royalty here.

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To compliment the dress, she wore a magenta Juliette Botterill knot detail pillbox hat. The bold colour of this hat perfectly matched the fun paint splatters.

The pillbox hat is made from felt and features an architectural wave knot across one side. Princess Eugenie wore her pillbox hat prominently forward on her head and tilted to the right. Most pillbox hats are usually worn further back on the head, but the shape of this hat, means it can be worn in any position on the head.

Princess Eugenie in a cerise Juliette Botterill pillbox hat at the Easter Sunday service. Picture by Andrew Parsons / i-Images
Juliette Botterill Magenta Knot Detail Pillbox Hat

She has previously worn this hat to a Christmas Service and the hat is part of a previous collection, not currently available.

The Princess carried the Yves Saint Laurent Monogram quilted leather envelope clutch, retailing for around £1,050. This flap clutch has two internal compartments, a zip compartment and several card holders, a chain that can be used in the cross-body bag style or tucked away for a use as a clutch. Affixed to the front flap panel is the iconic ‘YSL’ plaque.

Whilst the quilting at first glance could be mistaken for a Chanel quilted iconic flap bag, the quilting on a YSL has a singular angle quilt whereas a Chanel has a double angle quilt that crosses over creating a diamond pattern.

Eugenie carried an YSL clutch. I-images
Saint Laurent Monogram quilted leather envelope clutch
Saint Laurent Monogram quilted leather envelope clutch

Princess Eugenie kept the front of her bag covered, so we did not get a good look at the logo, whether it has a gold embossed or black logo.  We would assume it would be the black so as not have the logo too outstanding. You can purchase Princess Eugenie’s clutch here. You can buy a very affordable version here.

Princess Eugenie wore her Prada black suede hidden platform pumps. These are quite a high suede court heel, though Eugenie looks perfectly poised in them. These pumps are currently unavailable, though we have managed to find you one pair on consignment here.

Prada Black Suede Hidden Platform Pumps

She also accessorised with 2 gold rings and a gold bracelet, which at this stage are unknown.

This was a great fun look from Princess Eugenie today and probably one of her best outfits to date that she has worn to a church service. Her confidence to play with different types of fashion since getting engaged is quite exciting to watch and we hope she continues to grow and change in her sartorial choices.

Get Princess Eugenie’s look here – some of these dresses are a steal!

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