The Duchess Of Cambridge turned to her favourite design house for her daughter Princess Charlotte's christening today, looking the epitome of grace and elegance in a bespoke Alexander McQueen ivory coat dress. The custom creation featured signature McQueen styling with a a wide lapel, peaked shoulders and a fit-and-flare silhouette.
It was no surprise the Duchess wore Alexander McQueen on this special day, just like she did for Prince George's christening in October 2013.
Today, Kate wore her hair in a glamorous up-do which was perfectly framed by a new bespoke Jane Taylor hat.
Kate cordinated the outfit with a pair of nude patent pumps. She premiered this style at last year's Buckingham Palace garden party.
It was established they were the Russell & Bromley '5th Ave' style, but I'm no longer convinced. The heel height and shape is different compared to the 5th Ave. I've started a conversation on Twitter with other bloggers to try resolve the mystery of these shoes. I'll keep you updated.
Natalie left a comment below regarding the Russell & Bromley shoe debate and found this 'Pointy' style from the 2012 Russell & Bromley collection (shown in coral). The consensus is they are indeed the style worn by the Duchess! I'm so glad we got this resolved :)
Kate finished the look with her Mappin and Webb 'Empress' necklace and debuted a matching pair of earrings.
Head over to Princess Charlotte Style for a recap of today's events.
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