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A monochrome dress, such as the Gabriela Hearst design seen on Princess Eugenie, will never be considered out of fashion.
Costing £2,359, it’s one of the Princess’ priciest picks.
An affordable alternative, the pearl knit material adds a touch of elegance and sophistication, making this dress perfect for any special occasion.
Florals may not be ground-breaking for spring, but they are timeless. Although we can’t deny the beauty of Princess Beatrice’s £485 Cara Cara skirt, this number from & Other Stories certainly rivals its charm.