The Duchess of Cambridge stepped out with husband Prince William for a second day of activities in Poland wearing a floral Erdem ensemble paired with Stuart Weitzman’s Nearlynude patent leather block-heel sandals.
It’s not hard to see there are a lot of good things about these sandals. The block heel means that Middleton will likely be very comfortable, as she’s expected to do a lot of walking during the trip. Plus, the nude is ultra-flattering, no matter what you’re wearing up top. The patent leather elevates the heels a bit and allows them to be a bit dressier, which is important for the duchess.
Stuart Weitzman sandal, $400; netaporter.com
On Tuesday, Prince William and Middleton started the day by visiting the former Stutthof Concentration Camp near Gdansk, Poland. The camp is now a museum, and the royals met museum staff for a tour. They were shown a room that houses thousands of shoes that belonged to the camp’s prisoners. According to the Daily Mail, the royal couple also met two British survivors of Stuttoff, Zigi Shipper and Manfred Goldberg, who had not been back to the camp since they moved to the U.K.
On Monday, after arriving in Warsaw, Poland, with their children, Prince George and Princess Charlotte, Middleton and William met with Polish President Andrzej Duda and his wife, Agata Kornhauser Duda. Later in the evening, they attended a garden party that honored Queen Elizabeth II’s birthday.
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