Duchess Catherine attends the premiere of 'A Street Cat Named Bob'

Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge attend the UK Premiere of 'A Street Cat Named Bob' in aid of action on addiction at the Curzon Mayfair Cinema on November 3, 2016 in London, United Kingdom. The Duchess wore a £320 pleated crochet floral maxi dress by Self Portrait at the Recovery Street Film Festival.
Kate Middleton wore Self-Portrait pleated crochet floral maxi dress at Recovery Street Film Festival
Kate Middleton wore Self-Portrait pleated crochet floral maxi dress at Recovery Street Film Festival
Kate Middleton wore Self-Portrait pleated crochet floral maxi dress at Recovery Street Film Festival
Kate Middleton wore Self-Portrait pleated crochet floral maxi dress at Recovery Street Film Festival
Kate Middleton wore Self-Portrait pleated crochet floral maxi dress at Recovery Street Film Festival
Kate Middleton wore Self-Portrait pleated crochet floral maxi dress at Recovery Street Film Festival
Kate Middleton wore Self-Portrait pleated crochet floral maxi dress at Recovery Street Film Festival
Kate Middleton wore Self-Portrait pleated crochet floral maxi dress at Recovery Street Film Festival
Kate Middleton wore Self-Portrait pleated crochet floral maxi dress
Self-Portrait Pleated Crochet Floral Maxi Dress
Kate Middleton style MULBERRY ClutchKate Middleton wore GIANVITO ROSSI Suede Pumps
                                  MULBERRY Clutch                              GIANVITO ROSSI Suede Pumps

18 comments:

  1. I love how this dress flows and is so fluid when she walks and comes to a beautiful pleated column at rest.

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  2. I like all, her face and hair and dress, the color of bag and suede shoes . She looks really perfect especially in photo #2

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  3. This dress is not very sofisticated but it's daring and bold so I really like it.

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  4. Beautiful and (why not) a little bit daring.

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  5. Awful. Messed hair. Don't like this particular look. Very victorian neckline. I would love a short version.

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  6. Too much hair for her fragile figure.

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  7. Dreadful! Horrid dress and accessories and the hair is back!

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  8. I love it all! The color the shoes the bag the hair! That slit? Fabulous! She has really been stepping up her style game lately. Glad to see some edgy looks.

    Brava Catherine!

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  9. Ehem, I see I'm the minority here: I don't like this. First of all, I think the victorian neckline just doesn't suit her. She looks so much better in boatneck, o-neck or v-neck pieces. But the main issue is with the dress itself: it looks cheap. I don't like the split on the skirt and honestly, the top is the exact same pattern of one of my grandma's crocheted tablecloths, and that wouldn't necessarily be bad but I find the top and the bottom part of the dress clashing. And I feel the same clash between the wintery suede accessories (very nice bag and shoes by the way) with the flowy white spring/summer design of the dress.

    And if she keeps having that bad posture she soon will transform into a question mark. Not bad if she wants to enter a fancy dress competition at any time of the year, though.

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  10. Red and white combination is great. I am tired of lace but this is not a typical lace therefore it looks very nice.
    I am not mean, but she should really wear shorter heels, she is taller than everyone in these extreme heels (but the colour and model is amazing).

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  11. Oh mein Gott, nein, nein, nein. Und die Haare und und und....
    Awful!!!!!!

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  12. Stunning Duchess Cambridge. Beautiful, healthy hair and stylish dress. Brilliant

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  13. Paris Hilton wore the same dress, it looked better on her.

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  14. liquacell the Duchess look great, chic and stylish. Maybe MM of Norway must visit Duchess to get same hints how to dress stylish, chic and look healthy and fresh

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