Kate Middleton has just debuted a brand new hairstyle – and we’re a little obsessed with it! The Duchess of Cambridge replaced her trademark bouncy castle with a very modern wavy hairstyle as she and her husband, the Duke of Cambridge, attended the annual Royal Variety Performance at the Royal Albert Hall on Thursday 18 November; and we really hope it was not just an isolated time, for she looked absolutely phenomenal!
However, it was not only the Duchess’s wavy hair that made our jaws fall out, as we are also absolutely crazy about her outfit! Kate was eager to continue doing her thing for the planet and went for yet another recycled look, this time choosing a stunning long-sleeved green dress with sequins from one of her favorite designers, Jenny Packham, which she first wore during a royal tour of Pakistan. in 2019. We were waiting for this divine, royal dress to reappear – something * that * show-stop deserves more than one outing; are we right ?!
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The Duchess previously provided the dress with earrings from O’nitaa, which were very visible thanks to her half up and half down hairstyle and Jimmy Choo Mimi sandals. This time, she chose gold Missoma Zenyu chandelier earrings and a Jenny Packham clutch in a perfectly matching shade of green, which we thought was excellent choice! And even though you can not really see them so well under the dress, if you look really closely, you can see that her pointed heels pumps also came in a complementary beautiful shade of green. Do not ask us to choose which look we preferred, for they were both spectacular in their own way!
Kate finished off her look with smoky eye makeup, a bold red lip and perfectly applied bronzer and highlighter that gave her an enviable, glowing complexion that proved she would go for perfect glamor for the occasion. We love how the Duchess not only recycles her outfits but also how she can create brand new looks by simply mixing and matching her accessories and even changing her hair. A-lists should take note of the awards season – there are probably plenty of recycled clothes just waiting to get their red carpet back!