The Duchess of Cambridge, aka Kate Middleton, is now a full week into a marathon of public appearances and she has not broken her sartorial stride (unless you count this morning's Orla Kiely repeat) yet.
To present an award at the 100 Women in Hedge Funds black-tie dinner at the Victoria & Albert Museum in London Tuesday night, the Duchess chose a $4,560 floor-length, tiered panel floral dress by celebrated British designer Erdem, accessorized with a £475 Anya Hindmarch black clutch, both of which are currently available to purchase here and here, respectively. Middleton has been a patron of 100 Women in Hedge Funds' philanthropic initiatives since 2012 and tonight's dinner was in support of The Art Room, of which Middleton has also been a patron since 2012.
While the gown is another new addition to her wardobe, this isn't the first time that Middleton has worn Erdem; earlier this year, she wore another of the designer's floral dresses for the Goring Hotel's 105th birthday party. While this look isn't exactly risqué, it's a pretty flamboyant choice for the usually conservative royal with its loud print and tiered hem. We're into it.