Martha Hunt Teaches a Lesson in Monochromatic Dressing at the Cartier Queen’s Cup

If you’ve ever wondered how to pull off the perfect monochromatic ensemble, look no further than Martha Hunt.

The Victoria’s Secret angel was positively radiant during the weekend’s Cartier Queen’s Cup in England, where she stepped out in head-to-toe gold to teach a valuable lesson in monochromatic dressing.

Martha Hunt, Peter Pilotto
Martha Hunt wears Peter Pilotto.
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Although designed as part of Peter Pilotto’s fall ’18 ready-to-wear collection, the satin blazer and trouser combination made a serious summer style statement, accentuated by a belted waist, shawl collar and a contrast stripe down the pant’s wide legs — an outfit seen on the designer’s ’70s-inspired runway.

And despite the verdant landscape at the Guards Polo Club in Windsor Great Park in Windsor, Berkshire, Hunt opted for similarly hued sandals by NYC-based luxury women’s footwear brand Alumnae. The flat step-down slides feature a toe loop on a leather sole and retail for $330 (on sale from the original price of $475).

Also in attendance at the equine-friendly soirée were British Vogue editor-in-chief Edward Enninful, “Rules Don’t Apply” actress Lily Collins and model-slash-DJ Harley Viera-Newton.

Queen Elizabeth — who just four days ago accompanied Duchess of Sussex Meghan Markle during her first solo royal outing minus Prince Harry — was present at the prestigious sporting event, which was marked with a catered lunch, botanical-themed bar and elegant floral decorations throughout the Cartier enclosure.

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