Duchess Catherine visits the Victoria & Albert Museum

Duchess Catherine of Cambridge visited the new V&A Exhibition Road Quarter at Victoria & Albert Museum on June 29, 2017 in London, England. The V&A Exhibition Road Quarter was designed by British Architect Amanda Levete. The Duchess wore a tweed dress by GUCCI.
Kate Middleton wore GUCCI tweed dress, L.K. Bennett Art shoes, Annoushka pearls with Kiki McDonough hoops and carried a new red suede clutch.
Kate Middleton wore GUCCI tweed dress, L.K. Bennett Art shoes, Annoushka pearls with Kiki McDonough hoops and carried a new red suede clutch.
Kate Middleton wore GUCCI tweed dress, L.K. Bennett Art shoes, Annoushka pearls with Kiki McDonough hoops and carried a new red suede clutch.
Kate Middleton wore GUCCI tweed dress, L.K. Bennett Art shoes, Annoushka pearls with Kiki McDonough hoops and carried a new red suede clutch.
Kate Middleton wore GUCCI tweed dress, L.K. Bennett Art shoes, Annoushka pearls with Kiki McDonough hoops and carried a new red suede clutch.
Kate Middleton wore GUCCI tweed dress
GUCCI Tweed Dress

40 comments:

  1. Very nice dress if it would only have been a little bit longer.

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    1. Agreed..a little longer will be perfect

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    2. Absolutely agree. A photo yesterday was of a too-short dress, too.

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    3. Absolutely agree. A photo yesterday was of a too-short dress, too.

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  2. I just not a fan of that dress. Sorry

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    1. Me neither, and it is definitely too short - or, shall we say, not long enough?

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  3. But the dress on itself is nice.

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    1. it looks like a private school uniform, the girly hairstyle??

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  5. Like the dress, it would have looked a lot better if it had been a little longer, and sat just over the knee. I would have preferred her hair up, even in a ponytail.

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  6. Definitely could stand to be longer, but I keep thinking flight attendant uniform when I see it.

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  7. I like the dress. Very chic. Catherine can wear it! She looks very good!

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  8. She's wearing the cheaper looking gucci, her dress matches with the fence, and sadly is out of tune with what everyone is dressed and the museum.

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  9. Cute dress but does not look good on her,maybe will look good on someone who looks younger,fresh faced like zooey dechannel or emilia clarke

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  10. I think this dress is very stylish, I also agree that is a bit short, and it seems like she is self conscious and tries to compensate with that awkward posture, nice shoes and purse combo. A simple straight hair or a pony tail would been more adequate for this dress. Overall I like the way she looked.

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  11. Something just slightly off. I like the dress - have no problem with tweed (we've gone from over 30℃ to about 17℃ in London in the last week). I don't mind the length - she has the legs for it, I think it's where the waist sits. She's tall and she has quite a long torso and so it just isn't quite right for me. Her hair looks OK to me, at least it's partially pulled back although I do like a nice up do or smart ponytail.

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  12. I love the dress. She should have worn red shoes though!

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  13. The dress is a little short but it is exactly the same length on the model, so it is not that it is too short on her but that that is the design. I fear, however, that she can't win. When she wears her dresses longer and more conservative, the comments suggests that she should dress younger and be more daring with her choices. "Younger" in today's fashion choices translates into "shorter," as is the case with this dress. It is designed to be shorter.

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  14. Those stacked heels are in style now. Agree the dress is too short.

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  15. The dress is too little. It looks like an 11 year old's dress.

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  16. Once again .... another disappointing public appearance from the Duchess of Cambridge !!! I cannot understand how Kate can be a fashion icon for millions of women in all over the world by wearing dresses like that .... and she chooses dresses like that very often lately ... I am still waiting her to realize she isn't Kate Middleton any more ... she is the future queen of England.So simple ............ Kate ... remember Diana !!!!

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    1. She is not Princess Diana she is her own person with her own unique style and personality.

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    2. @anne -Marie Kate has no personality secondly she either dresses like a 14 yr old or a 50 yr old , she never gets anything right!!

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    3. Diana was not at all so stylish herself all the time. And Catherine does not need at all to be like Diana did. I think Catherine is doing much better than Diana ever did. She has put her family first and her public image second, other than Diana did.

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  17. The Duchess wears a beautiful, stylish dress. Closer look at the buttons WOW beautiful detail on it. This dress recalls the elegant look which Jackie Kennedy made her own and it fits the figure of the Duchess to the T. The Duchess has beautiful shaped knees and legs. The shoes she had on is actually from 2011. The red clutch stunning with the dress.

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    1. She sure has a fantastic pair of legs and I don't think she needs to cover them up, after all is 2017, but I do think that some dresses like this one in particular, does not look good with pumps and a very classic hairdo, it is very trendy and informal and calls for a modern shoe, bootie or even boots, however I won't say that she looked bad, only that she could have looked better.

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  18. Beautiful shoes, sadly the dress in my opinion was a tad too short and I must admit I prefer Catherine with her hair worn up.

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