PHOTOS: Kate Middleton Goes for 'Nude' Look in Lace Peplum Dress
When it comes to her latest ensemble, the Duchess of Cambridge is keeping things fresh.
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To mark the 100th anniversary of the Battle of the Somme in Thiepval, France, Kate Middleton wore a lace, nude-hued peplum dress that was both royally modest and fabulously chic at the same time. While the color could have easily washed out Middleton's features, it proved to be a respectable, gorgeous dress for such an important event.
For the commemorations on Friday, the 34-year-old mother of two paired her look with a blacked Lock & Co fascinator, along with a poppy and cornflower on her gown, which were reported as "the only visible sign of life in the devastated area" during the battle.
"Kate Middleton is the epitome of how to wear lace," says style expert Melissa Liebling-Goldberg. "It’s an utterly feminine fabric, but the slim silhouettes she picks keep it looking modern, along with her sleek accessories. This is not a fabric to go over-the-top with jewelry."
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For any special occassion, women can look and feel just as confident with a similar peplum look, which is both on-trend and figure-flattering, all while creating the illusion of a smaller waist. And, obviously, Middleton herself seems to be a big fan of the style. along with wearing lace.
See Middleton’s latest look for yourself below: