The Duchess of Cambridge is a , there's no doubt about that. Her , in particular, is always on point. It can't be easy looking paparazzi-ready at all times — especially while pregnant — and yet Kate Middleton always manages to pull it off. And right now, we're obsessing over one of her latest looks.
Kate mixed things up this week during an at the National Portrait Gallery by wearing a black dress with a cheeky floral print. The silhouette, featuring a high neckline and ruffled details at the bust, sleeves, and hem, is quintessentially Kate, but the pattern is a bit less buttoned-up than her typical look.
While Middleton is historically a fan of florals, we've never seen her in anything quite like this before.
The piece is from designer Orla Kiely's line , in collaboration with stylist Leith Clark. Middleton's worn Orla Kiely before, most notably a grey dress with black floral detailing at the neck. She was photographed wearing that item in 2012 and 2015, according to , so clearly it's a staple in her wardrobe.
Middleton styled the dress sans jacket, pairing it with deep green statement earrings, a pale clutch, and nude heels that looked way too suede to withstand that snowstorm. Let's hope she sprayed them down with before the weather took a turn for the worse!
You're in luck if you're willing to shell out some serious cash in order to look like a royal — the same dress is available in a more subdued tan pattern at . Determined to cop the exact print Middleton wore? The label's and skirt both feature the same colorful floral.