While attending a private dinner hosted by The Thirty Club at Claridge’s, Kate donned an ivory Roland Mouret dress. The cream-colored gown fell to the floor but had a high-slit that showed off Kate’s shoes.
While the slit was still conservative, it gave a perfect peek at the silver, open-toed Jimmy Choos Kate wore with the gown. She also accessorized with a beaded clutch that added a little sparkle to her outfit.
Blue-Green Jenny Packham Dress - February 2014
Kate went for a bit of elegant glamor while visiting the National Portrait Gallery in London in February 2014. Kate attended the gallery for The Portrait Gala 2014: Collecting to Inspire. For the occasion, she donned a long blue-green Jenny Packham dress.
The floor-length dress featured light fabric and a black band at the waist. Kate left her hair down but paired a stunning diamond necklace with the gown for a more formal look.
Ivory Roland Mouret Dress - December 2013
Kate wore the simple ivory gown again while attending the royal premiere of Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom. She walked the central London red carpet in the elegant dress, this time with her hair pulled back and a chunky necklace around her neck.
Rather than silver Jimmy Choos, Kate opted for simple black pumps for the movie premiere. She also carried a black clutch, creating an entirely different ensemble than her May 2012 look.
Gray Michael Kors Dress - May 2016
The gray Michael Kors dress made another appearance, this time at the opening of The Magic Garden at Hampton Court Palace. Rather than wearing a hat on this occasion, Kate left her hair down in loose curls and pinned back only the sides. She also wore a gray shirt underneath the dress, creating a more casual look.
Kate finished off her ensemble with a simple necklace, creating a perfect casual-chic look for a day spent outdoors.
Gray Michael Kors Dress - April 2014
While visiting Australia and New Zealand, Kate and William celebrated ANZAC Day, an official holiday to commemorate all Australians and New Zealanders who fought and died in wars. For the occasion, Kate wore a simple Michale Kors dress in gray with black buttons down the front.
To honor the solemn occasion, Kate wore a black hat, carried a black clutch, and finished the ensemble with black shoes. A small red flower pinned to her chest added just a tiny dash of color.