Kate Middleton made the case for sustainable fashion in a vintage gown tonight at the Museum of Literature Ireland.
The Duchess of Cambridge stepped out in an archival Oscar de la Renta knee-length dress in bold fuchsia with a polka-dot print.
For footwear, the Duchess of Cambridge selected a pair of black pumps. The shoes boasted a slim stiletto heel, a pointed toe and what appeared to be a suede upper.
This marked the University of St. Andrews alum’s third appearance of the day as she and husband Prince William continue their royal tour of Ireland. Kate’s earlier outfits also had a sustainable bent.
The mom of three began her morning in a recycled white Reiss coat that she’s owned since at least 2008; Kate wore it while she and the prince visited the offices of Jigsaw, The National Centre for Youth Mental Health, in Dublin. She teamed the coat with black skinny jeans and block-heeled ankle boots that royal watchers believed were from Russell & Bromley.
The duchess then changed into a slightly more casual ensemble as she and William visited a research farm in County Meath, Ireland. The duchess sported an olive-colored jacket with dark skinny jeans and Penelope Chilvers tall tassel boots. Like the Reiss coat, the Chilvers boots predate Kate’s time as a duchess, having been in her wardrobe for about 15 years.
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