The Duchess of Cambridge made a very fashionable appearance in London on Wednesday, and she brought along some glittering gold earrings for the event.
Kate arrived at the Design Museum in London on Wednesday for a special event hosted by the British Fashion Council. She was on hand to present the Queen Elizabeth II Award for British Design, an accolade that offers continued recognition of the cultural and trade role played by the British fashion and design industry.
For the award presentation, Kate wore a teal dress by Edeline Lee. She picked up the gold hardware on the dress’s belt with a pair of familiar gold statement earrings. The design of the earrings coordinated nicely with the texture of the fabric of the dress.
We previously saw the Duchess wear these earrings in March 2022 during the royal tour of the Bahamas. Here, she wears them during a stop in Great Abaco. They were made by a Bahamian designer, Nadia Irena.
Kate kept the rest of her accessories to a minimum, carrying a clutch bag and wearing shoes that matched closely with the color of her dress.
She did also wear her usual trio of stacked rings: her sapphire and diamond engagement ring, her gold wedding band, and her diamond eternity band.
Kate was joined by the CEO of the British Fashion Council, Caroline Rush, for the ceremony at the museum.
She presented the Queen Elizabeth II Award for British Design to British fashion designer Saul Nash. He is a menswear designer and choreographer from North East London. On his website, Nash’s design philosophy is described as “exist[ing] to bridge the gap between Luxury Menswear and Sportswear; unique technical garments, designed and cut for the liberation of movement.”
Here’s one more look at Kate’s ensemble for the day. Were you glad to see these earrings making another post-tour appearance?