Kate Middleton Hits Up the National History Museum in a Little White Dress
The Duchess of Cambridge is showing off her daring side.
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Earlier this week, Kate Middleton presented the Art Fund’s Museum of the Year prize at the Natural History Museum in London wearing a body-hugging, off-the-shoulder, cream-colored dress. The stretchy jersey outfit, by Brazilian designer Barbara Casasola, sells for $1,105 — and naturally, it's already sold out.
The 34-year-old mother of Prince George, 2, and Princess Charlotte, 1, completed her look with her signature blowout, along with nude strappy sandals by Brazilian brand Schutz, which retail for $180 — and yes, those are also sold out.
Fortunately, channeling your inner royal is still easier than ever, because the sizzling, shoulder-baring look is currently a popular trend for the steamy season.
“The hottest trend this summer — and one that all of the stylists could not stop talking about — is the off-the-shoulder look," reports Fox News Magazine contributor Gabrielle Gosselin. “This Brigitte Bardot-inspired style swept every major retailer this season, and can be found in stores ranging from Neiman Marcus to Forever 21.”
“Almost every designer has their own version of the off-the-shoulder top or dress, because it’s a fun and flirty silhouette that flatters every shape,” adds Gosselin.
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See how Middleton rocked the look below: