Kate Middleton Turned Heads in Pink & Black Dress Paired with Heels While in Ireland
Kate Middleton looked trendy in a vintage designer dress by Oscar de la Renta as she and Prince William made an appearance at an evening reception in central Dublin.
As part of the second day of their three-day tour of the country, they were hosted by Tánaiste Simon Coveney, during a night of mingling with several dignitaries and a speech from the Duke.
For the event, Kate sported a black and fuchsia polka dot vintage dress by Oscar de la Renta. The mid-length style was demure with long sleeves and a high collar.
It perfectly suited the Duchess conservative yet sophisticated flair as it gave a 1980's vibe with a ruffled collar and bold belt that showed off her waist.
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Their Royal Highnesses also visited @MoLI_Museum yesterday evening, where they viewed 'Copy No 1' of James Joyce’s Ulysses.
The Museum features immersive exhibitions & priceless Joycean artefacts from the @NLIreland collections.
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She switched up her hair to match the vintage look, sporting a messy high pony with a straight parting that had some of her hair hanging loosely on the sides.
Kate completed her look with a pair of medium-sized gold hoop earrings and a black clutch. She also wore a sensible pair of matching pointed heels.
Her make-up was also closely coordinated with her look. Kate opted for a light pink blush that brought out her checks as she chatted with guests.
She has also had a smokey eye and added bold lashes, which was softened by her choice of lip wear, which was a light pink glossy lipstick.
According to PEOPLE, William and Kate tried their hands at juggling at the Galway Community Circus. Surprisingly William was pretty good, although he did mistakenly hit his wife with one of the balls in his initial attempts at juggling.
According to Daily Mail, Kate's mix of high-street and designer items for her three-day tour of Ireland is worth up to $30 000 in new clothes and jewelry.
She has been styled in all the best brands from Catherine Walker to Oscar de la Renta, with jewelry ranging from $10 to over $22 000 for the Asprey Daisy Heritage earrings she wore when she arrived at Dublin International airport on March 3, 2020.