Countess Sophie visited the Mendip School in Shepton Mallet

Yesterday, Countess Sophie of Wessex as Vice-Patron of the Royal Bath visited the Mendip School in Shepton Mallet, England. The Mendip School opened in September 2015 and is a member of The Partnership Trust. Then, the Countess visited the Divorky Riding School in Shepton Mallet.
The Countess of Wessex wore a Body Con Reptile Moth Print Jersey Dress by Alexander Mcqueen while visiting the Mendip School and Gianvito Rossi pumps
The Countess of Wessex wore a Body Con Reptile Moth Print Jersey Dress by Alexander Mcqueen while visiting the Mendip School and Gianvito Rossi pumps
The Countess of Wessex wore a Body Con Reptile Moth Print Jersey Dress by Alexander Mcqueen while visiting the Mendip School and Gianvito Rossi pumps
The Countess of Wessex wore a Body Con Reptile Moth Print Jersey Dress by Alexander Mcqueen while visiting the Mendip School and Gianvito Rossi pumps

4 comments:

  1. I like her, but not her dress this time

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  2. I quite like the dress but it makes her look a bit dumpy especially combined with totally flat shoes (which I houldnt see at first,I thought she had taken them off). Also given how warm and muggy it is at god moment I'm puzzled by the cardigan.

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  3. The dress's pattern is blinding, sadly. The cardigan makes it look too casual, and the shoes don't help.
    Recently I find her hair to be quite "meh". There must be other ways to pin it up that are more stylish.

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    1. Agree about the hair. Katherine, Duchess of Kent wore her hair up in an unflattering way for decades despite her chic style of dress. I hope it doesn't take Sophie that long to decide to cut it or wear it down.

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