The Duchess of Cambridge made an appearance at the Victoria & Albert Museum in London’s South Kensington today (2 December 2021) and was spotted wearing a beautiful light navy printed shirt.
The 'Georgette' shirt is designed by Ralph Lauren and has a paisley print all over it. Featuring a relaxed, draped fit, it has a pussy-bow neck fastening, subtle balloon sleeves and chic oversized cuffs.
The Duchess styled it with dark navy workwear trousers, a blue crocodile-effect belt and simple gold hoop earrings.
For her beauty, she opted for a high ponytail with barrel curls, glowing skin, blushed cheeks, bold brows and fluttery lashes with a little shadow.
For those wanting to copy her look, the great news is that the 'Georgette' shirt is currently on sale, down from £139 to £122.95 and is available in all sizes. However, as soon as word gets out the Duchess opted for the look, it’s likely to fly off the (virtual) shelves, so if you want it - don’t wait around.
A garment that can be worn to work or dressed down with jeans and an overcoat on the weekends, it's an easy-to-style piece that you'll be able to wear to countless occasions.
During the royal's visit, the Duchess visited the Fabergé in London: Romance to Revolution exhibition.
Showing until the 8th of May 2022, the V&A says of the lastest exhibit: “This exhibition explores master goldsmith, Carl Fabergé – the man behind the internationally recognised firm symbolising Russian craftsmanship, luxury and elegance – and the Anglo-Russian relationship which saw the opening of a London branch in 1903.”
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