The Duchess of Cambridge went red for the red carpet!
The former Kate Middleton sported a stunning, crimson gown when she attended the opening night performance of the play “42nd Street” in London on April 4. The event was a fundraiser for the East Anglia Children’s Hospices.
The Duchess’s ruby-hued, tulle midi dress from Marchesa Notte was embellished with lattice work, rosettes and a bead-and-crystal waistband. With all those gorgeous details, the cap-sleeved dress retails at a cool $1,195.
She accessorized the look with a maroon clutch, red pumps and dangling red earrings, creating a classically monochrome outfit.
Duchess Kate, who attended the event without Prince William, seemed in her element as she chatted with guests on the red carpet.
This is the second jewel-toned dress the duchess has sported recently. On March 28, she looked beautiful in a lacy, floor-length emerald gown at a fundraising gala for London’s National Portrait Gallery.
Just add this look to the list of Duchess Kate’s flawless fashion moments!