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Catherine Duchess of Cambridge wore $10,000 worth accessories

Catherine Duchess of Cambridge wore $10,000 worth accessories

Duchess Catherine
Inside the $10,000 Look Kate Middleton Wore in Paris Kate Middleton isn’t afraid to wear a piece more than once. Nope. Her Royal Highness might splurge on a custom design every once in awhile, but she makes sure she gets the return from it, wearing the pieces multiple times. The result is a well-curated wardrobe that can pack quite the price tag. Take, for example, one of her latest looks on the Paris stop of the royal tour. In this look, the statement piece was no doubt the Chanel dress, in a nod to French fashion. Though the price isn’t available at the moment, we’ll wager it was quite expensive. The piece seems to be bespoke, as we can’t find it in the latest collections, but an eagle-eyed Twitter user pointed out that it’s possible that it’s a take on a look from the brand’s pre-sp
Be reminded of Princess Diana’s impeccable sense of style at a new exhibition of outfits, from ‘working wardrobe’ items to evening gowns

Be reminded of Princess Diana’s impeccable sense of style at a new exhibition of outfits, from ‘working wardrobe’ items to evening gowns

Princess Diana
Your next adventure: Follow in the world’s most fashionable royal footsteps and go on a princess tour Follow in the world’s most fashionable royal footsteps... Be reminded of Princess Diana’s impeccable sense of style at a new exhibition They include her outfits, from ‘working wardrobe’ items to evening gowns Be reminded of Princess Diana’s impeccable sense of style at a new exhibition of outfits, from ‘working wardrobe’ items to evening gowns. INSIDER TIP: Don’t miss the dark blue velvet gown by Victor Edelstein, worn by Diana when she danced with John Travolta at the White House. DETAILS: Diana: Her Fashion Story opens on February 24 at Kensington Palace, hrp.org.uk. The Baglioni offers a Royal Visit package from £420 per room per night, including a private Palac
A royal controversy erupts as the Duchess of Cambridge is seen wearing real fur

A royal controversy erupts as the Duchess of Cambridge is seen wearing real fur

Duchess Catherine
Lacorine’s fur is ethically sourced from baby alpacas who die in Peru’s harsh climates which can hit as low as minus 20 degrees. Local artisans, who work under the Fairtrade label, supply Antonia with the fur on her many visits to the country’s mountains. “The alpacas are not bred for slaughter. They die of natural causes in the harsh weather conditions and the farmers suffer terrible losses because they make money from sheering them for their fleeces. I visit them three times a year, flying to Cusco and take a bus to Sicuani to work with them. The ideas come from two worlds,” the designer told the Daily Mail. The Duchess’s particular style is called the Sumac and retails for £320 at Lock & Co; one of the royal family’s favourite milliners. Kate first bought the design with sister Pi
The 90 year old suffered from a severe cold and a “hacking cough” over the festive period, meaning her annual trip to Sandringham was delayed

The 90 year old suffered from a severe cold and a “hacking cough” over the festive period, meaning her annual trip to Sandringham was delayed

Her Majesty The Queen
Kate Middleton nails winter wardrobe for morning church service with Prince William and the Queen THE Duchess of Cambridge couldn't stop smiling as she attended St Mary's Church on Sunday morning. Kate Middleton – who was joined by husband Prince William and the Queen for the religious service – showcased her famous glow and impeccable style in Norfolk on Sunday morning. Snapped side by side with her husband, the Duchess – who had an incredible 2016 wardrobe – completely nailed her winter style which of course, was a classic designer number. Prince George's mum looked stunning in her emerald green coat which fell past her knees. The Sportmax belted coat, which now costs £940, suited the royal's trim figure perfectly as she went with skin-coloured tights and matching green heels. The
From her flattering belted coats to her trusty nude court shoes, inspired by Good Housekeeping, FEMAIL breaks down the six looks she swears by and reveals why they’re so chic.

From her flattering belted coats to her trusty nude court shoes, inspired by Good Housekeeping, FEMAIL breaks down the six looks she swears by and reveals why they’re so chic.

Duchess Catherine
The belted coat, lace dress and THOSE nude court shoes: The proof that the Duchess of Cambridge sticks to just six staple wardrobe essentials Kate proves the key to great style isn't adopting the latest trend Her six-step style formula includes floral fascinators and boxy clutches Expert Simon Glazin reveals why this formula works so well for her From Alexander McQueen to Dolce & Gabbana, the Duchess of Cambridge has a wardrobe to boot, with designers bending over backwards to dress the sartorially clued-up royal in their creations. But despite having the most esteemed designers on speed dial, the well-dressed mother-of-two sticks to a tried-and-tested formula when it comes to styling herself. Indeed, Kate proves the key to great style isn't adopting the latest trend; it's knowing w...