Royal style watch: From Kate Middleton’s St. Patrick’s Day panache to Zara Tindall’s romantic date look
From Kate Middleton to Zara Tindall, the royals debuted decadent new looks this week for outings such as St. Patrick’s Day and the Cheltenham races
It’s been quite a week for royal engagements. St. Patrick’s Day coincided with the races at Cheltenham, which meant we were in for a treat in terms of clothing. From by Kate Middleton military references to Duchess of Cornwall jaw-dropping millinery magic, the royal family offered a slew of fabulous outfits for you to peruse.
Rich dark hues seemed to be the preferred choice, with aubergine, forest green and navy blue dominating the royal family’s color palette. However, the range is not without its usual splash of color, with Queen Letizia debuting a playful pink ensemble and Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden whip up an azure fashion frenzy.
Keep scrolling to check out our best-dressed royals from this week’s events…
Duchess of Cambridge
As always, Kate Middleton kicks off the list with a stylish military-inspired look. The Duchess looked stylish wearing an emerald coat dress by Laura Green London with matching headgear while making an appearance at the annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade on Thursday, also known as the 1st Battalion Irish Guards.
She wore her silky mane in an intricate braided bun and wore a gold shamrock brooch to mark the occasion.
Kate went out with Prince William to attend the Commonwealth Day service on Monday. Royal fans were incredibly moved by her elegant tribute to Ukraine, as she looked flawless in an electric blue ensemble that included a sleek coat dress and matching hat.
A dazzling sapphire necklace and matching earrings complete her flawless look. The royal carried a small bouquet of blue and yellow flowers as a further sign of support for the war-torn country.
Countess of Wessex
Sophie Countess of Wessex opted for a tailored forest green suit and a salmon pink floral blouse from Chloe while engaging in discussions about women’s rights in Afghanistan and the impact of the Ukrainian conflict on women and girls in New York.
The royal looked so suave in the Victoria Beckham two-piece suit, which she paired with a pointed pair of croc-embossed leather Jimmy Choo pumps in a neutral beige hue.
Sophie knows how to compose a resolutely chic look. Sophie debuted an ethereal print dress from Victoria Beckham’s collection at a United Nations Commonwealth Day reception at the Yale Club in New York, Sophie looked stunning.
Featuring a pleated A-line skirt, elegant long sleeves, a gathered waistline and an eye-catching abstract print in contrasting blue and white tones, the dress is one of Sophie’s most fashion-forward to date. .
Sophie wowed the crowds wearing another standout New York look, consisting of a sumptuous long cream coat and classic houndstooth scarf. The royal, who arrived at the Queen Elizabeth II Garden in Lower Manhattan looking very chic, teamed the coat with black leather pointed heels, a smooth midi skirt and matching black leather gloves.
She wore her blonde hair tied back in a low ponytail, adding a touch of casual class to the ensemble.
Passionate about riding, it’s no surprise that Zara Tindal raised the glamor of the Cheltenham races. Wearing a deeply desirable green dress coat by Claire Mischevani, matching Emmy London heels and a stunning Aspinal London bag, Zara looked simply stunning.
Zara’s green look even paired with Kate’s emerald coat dress that the royal donned hours prior. The royals have no trouble making us green with envy with their matching luxe looks!
Zara dazzled in another sophisticated, tailored look from the races, alongside husband Mike Tindall. The pair beamed during their romantic date, with Zara looking polished in a rich aubergine coat, black straight pants and black high heels.
She wore a coordinating handbag and a head-turning feathered hat to complete the lavish look.
Queen Letizia of Spain
Queen Letizia of Spain led the fashionable way for the royal family this week, wearing an impressive skirt by Reiss. The mum-of-two looked pretty but mighty in pink on Tuesday as she attended the World Rare Disease Day event, held at the Ciudad de Leon auditorium.
Queen Letizia paired the ombre pleated skirt with a pale pink crew neck sweater and matching pink high heels, adding a fun feminine touch to the outfit.
Duchess of Cornwall
The Duchess of Cornwall packed a punch in purple this week as she attended the Commonwealth service at Westminster Abbey alongside her family. Camilla wore a must-have purple feathered hat to match her tailored coat dress, which she coordinated with boots and a quilted Chanel handbag.
The royal accessorized with two striking gold and purple brooches and leather gloves, for added sophistication.
Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden
Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden made a statement in turquoise as she met Sweden’s Olympic and Paralympic medalists. The royal wore a stunning tailored suit in a shocking azure blue, layered over a black shirt and paired with a pair of pretty blue earrings.
The princess wore her brunette hair tied back in a sleek ponytail and finished off the look with navy blue pointed toe heels.
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