Princess Eugenie opts for Amanda Wakeley for first Trooping the Colour with Jack

Princess Eugenie attended her first Trooping the Colour as a a married woman today, riding in a carriage alongside her sister and husband. The Princess wore a white, blue and black dress from Amanda Wakeley.

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Princess Eugenie with The Queen on the balcony at Trooping the Colour – BBC Still
Jack Brooksbank rides next to The Duke of Kent at Trooping the Colour – BBC still

Eugenie chose a texture midi dress by Amanda Wakeley, the ‘Blue Cloque Jacquard midi dress’. With half sleeves, a fitted bodice with bateau neckline and four pleats carefully placed to give volume to the skirt, this dress is certainly very interesting and a good fit for Eugenie. It is completed with a judo-style black belt. It costs £995 (currently on sale) – you can get one here. The piece is also available in a red pattern.

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Amanda Wakeley Blue Cloque Jacquard Midi Dress

A closer look at the fabric.

Amanda Wakeley Blue Cloque Jacquard Midi Dress

Eugenie teamed this with a new hat from Emily London, the ‘Verenna’. This black wide-brimmed hat perches on the right-hand side. The crown is shallow, embellished with a large white flower, and it is attached with a headband. The piece costs £725 and is available here.

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Emily London Varenna Hat


She also opted for a pair of small huggie earrings, which we think are probably Astley Clarke. Below we show the ‘Medium Halo Diamond Hoop Earrings’, which are 14kt gold. They cost £1250 and are available here, or try these, these or these for a much more affordable option.

Astley Clarke Medium Halo Diamond Hoop Earrings

Due to the nature of Trooping, we have no idea what shoes Eugenie was wearing, and she was very well-hidden during her balcony appearance! Black accessories are a safe bet, though.

Channel Eugenie’s look here:


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