The Duchess of Cambridge looked utterly gorgeous as she spent the day at the opening of the Royal Horticultural Society’s Back to Nature garden yesterday.
- The Duchess of Cambridge appeared at the opening of the RHS's latest garden project entitled Back to Nature
- She stunned in a floral Emilia Wickstead dress along with some total bargain high street pieces.
- This follows royal news that Catherine is gradually taking on more responsibility as a royal in preparation for becoming Queen
The new garden is the final stage of the Duchess' garden project, with which she hopes to encouraged families with little ones to spend more time in the great outdoors, celebrating nature.
Keeping her outfit in line with the theme of the day, Catherine wore a feminine floral frock by Emilia Wickstead as she spent time with British culinary icon, Mary Berry.
The pale blue and fuchsia pink dress retails at £1,635, but the mum-of-three made sure to include some super stylish high street pieces in the look.
The 37-year-old future Queen consort added a touch of delicate glamour in the form of some subtle jewellery, sporting a pair of pretty, gold drop earrings from Accessorize.
The scalloped edged trinkets complete with intricate cut out details are a complete steal, currently reduced from £5 and costing just £1.50 on the accessory store’s website.
Although, in customary Kate-effect style, the affordable earrings sold out since they were spotted being worn by the fashionable royal.
Luckily, Accessorize offer an ‘email me when available’ service, so head over to the site and get yourself a head start for when they come back in stock.
Similarly, the Duchess’ high street footwear choice has been totally snapped up too.
Catherine’s Monsoon espadrille wedges are reduced from £45 to £13.50 online right now, but again, the chic beige shoes (that also come in a classic navy style) are totally sold out in both colours. Somehow we aren’t surprised!
Accessorize’s sister brand Monsoon offer the same email waiting list system, so you can be first in line to hear about a restock on these, too!
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