It was the second time Kate wore the bright green silk pleated shirt-dress by British designers, Mulberry (Fall 2011 ready-to-wear collection). The vintage-inspired dress features long sleeves, a tightly belted waist and a Peace and Love motif along with Mulberry trees. We first saw the £1400 'Cabbage' dress in November at Buckingham Palace to launch the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee celebrations.
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Completing her outfit, the Duchess wore her black Jimmy Choo Cosmic Pumps and a pair of unidentified emerald and diamond earrings.
Kate turned heads with her new hairstyle (although we caught a sneak peek on her coffee run to Starbucks).
The Duchess of Cambridge's new look appears to have been inspired by the late Seventies and early Eighties, with a heavy parted fringe reminiscent of Farah Fawcett. It has also been compared to Princess Diana.
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