Queen Camilla has proved shirt dresses aren’t just for summer with a fabulous autumnal printed look for a London engagement with King Charles.
- The Queen Consort opted for one of her favorite shirt dresses as she joined King Charles for a visit to Project Zero in London.
- Queen Camilla’s shirt dresses have long been a wardrobe staple and this feather-print one is the perfect choice for autumn.
- This royal news comes as an expert suggested Prince William ‘can’t completely forgive’ Prince Harry after a ‘difficult’ moment that had ‘huge impact’ on the Wales family.
Just like Kate Middleton’s dresses which are often re-worn for major engagements, it seems Queen Camilla’s shirt dresses hold a very special place in her heart and have been glimpsed on many different occasions. From Camilla bringing back her ‘South-West dress’ featuring an eye-catching leaf-print to Camilla’s tropical look with its jungle patterned shirt dress appearing again at an engagement in Sandringham, her favorites are seriously versatile.
And now the Queen Consort has proved that shirt dresses aren’t just for the summer months as she opted for another of her most-worn looks on October 18th.
King Charles and Queen Camilla stepped out in London for a visit to Project Zero, an organization that is dedicated to engaging young people in positive activities, promoting social inclusion, attempting to reduce offending behavior and strengthening cohesion within the community.
Project Zero aims to see one entire year where no young person has died as a result of knife or violent crime. The royal couple were given a tour and met both members of staff and young people, learning more about their experience.
For this important visit, Queen Camilla brought back her feather-print shirt dress with its beautifully elegant design and autumnal tones. Designed by Fiona Clare, it reaches just above the ankle and has classic long sleeves perfect for the UK’s October weather.
The background of the dress is a rich, navy blue with the detailed feather motif spreading out across it in shades of gold, bronze and brown, with tiny hints of red. The feathers perfectly capture a sense of real-life bird feathers - something that the nature-loving Queen Consort likely appreciates greatly.
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Queen Camilla previously wore this feather-print shirt dress back in July 2021 for a visit to Exeter Cathedral, as well as when she opened a new life-changing library at Griffin Primary School.
She also wore the same dress for a visit to The Whittington Hospital as Patron of the Roald Dahl Marvelous Children’s Charity and to celebrate the 120th anniversary of Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum.
Whilst such a bold pattern might suggest this dress could be tricky to style, Queen Camilla has proved time and time again that they work for plenty of occasions, no matter the season. And with its rich navy and brown tones, Queen Camilla’s shirt dress was a lovely choice for her October engagement.
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