It's already been a busy week for the Princess of Wales, as she has taken part in not only the Trooping the Colour, but also the Order of the Garter Service at Windsor Castle, and more royal engagements. And in doing so, Princess Catherine has been giving us plenty of style moments that are hard to ignore.
From the vibrant green of her Trooping the Colour dress to her polka dot dress at the Order of the Garter Service, the princess is making plenty of fashion statements this week. But it is definitely her Order of the Garter service look that has us talking!
As fans of fashion and the style icons that are the royal women, we wanted to know all about what Princess Catherine was wearing, from her hat to her shoes. And luckily for us, Vogue had us covered with a full break down of her look.
What did Princess Catherine wear on June 19 at The Order of the Garter Service?
For her midi-length, long sleeve polka dot dress with the high neckline, Princess Catherine opted for a dress by Alessandra Rich, a designer she has worn in the past. And not only that, but she paired the dress with a pair of Mary Jane heels by the same designer.
For eagle-eyed fans of Princess Catherine, you may actually recognize these heels, as she has worn them multiple times over the last few months (if not longer), including to the Anna Freud Centre in London back in May. The heels are a classic look and bring an added touch of elegance and youth to an already perfect outfit.
And of course, we can't talk about this ensemble without talking about her hat, which was perfectly coordinated to the dress (right down to the polka dots). For her hat, she went with a Philip Treacy design.
Basically, when it comes to perfectly put together looks, Princess Catherine clearly knows what she is doing. And we love to see it, as it is a great inspiration for so many of us looking to elevate our own wardrobes.