The Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton stepped out on the evening of March 12th to attend the 2019 Portrait Gala in London. The event called for formal dressing and this evening the Duchess turned to the archives of her wardrobe to recycle something from year’s past.
Her ensemble of choice for the gala was a black floral Alexander McQueen dress with a tiered skirt that looked quite familiar for many Royal fans. Kate initially wore the floral embellished number at the 2017 BAFTAS, however this time, there was one noticeable difference about the look. The first time Kate wore this dress the sleeves were a dainty off-the-shoulder style. This time around, however, Kate decided to make an alteration to the dress and added a flattering cap sleeve which made it appear much more modest and formal. She paired the gown with teardrop earrings, black heels, and a matching clutch.
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Check out Kate’s full glam gala look below:
Check out the first she wore it to the 2017 BAFTAS: