Cathy & Bill Cambridge go Super-Matchy

Posted on October 22, 2015

Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge and Prince William, Duke of Cambridge greet the President of the Peoples Republic of China, Mr Xi Jinping and his wife, Madame Peng Liyuan at Lancaster House in London during their State Visit to the United Kingdom as guests of The Queen.

 

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They look like spokesmodels for something in the purple family. Jelly, maybe. Or boxed Merlot.

Aw, we’re just teasing. We don’t think it’s normal for the two of them to be so coordinated, although it’s quite possible we’re wrong on that and it just jumped out at us this time. We don’t much like the idea of a purple lace dress, though. Looks a bit mumsy to us. When you add the matching clutch and shoes, we’re afraid we’re going to have to break out one of the biggest cliches in fashion commentary: Mother of the Bride.

Are we wrong, though? We realize her style is conservative, but there’s no need to be so unimaginative about it, right?

 

Style Credits:
Dolce&Gabbana ‘Guipure’ Lace Dress
Gianvito Rossi Pumps

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