Kate Middleton: Why is it so Elegant

Kate Middleton’s agenda has started this week by visiting one of the organizations that she sponsors, Family Action, which helps families with needs to get the support they need to get ahead on a day-to-day basis.

So she has released a dress to make a very elegant olive green look that is pure royal. Ay Kate, if it is going to be true that every day is a little more queen (of style). The star is that dress, by Beulah London, one of those classic and timeless brands with a touch of luxury.

Why is it so elegant? For its long midi, so flattering and so royal, and for the belt, which fits delicately marking the shapes of Kate but in a subtle way. What could have been a straight dress with no shape and nothing special, changes completely with this accessory.

Keeping the same olive color line -something 100% Isabel II- Kate Middleton puts on these Jimmy Choo suede halls with a heel high enough to grow a few centimeters but not so much that she can not walk comfortably.

It is possible that the handbag also sounds to you: it is the same one that took recently in a visit to Cyprus, signed by the British LK Bennett.

The Duchess has a rather special engagement today! She is visiting the Costume Department of the Royal Opera House in Covent Garden, London, and meeting dancers in The Royal Ballet.

The Duchess will find out more about the scale of the costume department’s work and their use of textiles before hearing from dancers from The Royal Ballet about the design of their costumes.

Lastly, The Duchess will be treated to a rehearsal of The Two Pigeons, a romantic fable turned into a ballet by Founder Choreographer Frederick Ashton.

Being a huge fan of ballet myself, I think this would have to be up there with my favourite official engagements The Duchess has carried out!


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