Kate Middleton’s Outfit For Prince George’s Christening

The two key designers for the outfits wore by the Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton, were Alexander McQueen and Jane Taylor.

Kate Middleton's Outfit For Prince George's Christening

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The cream skirt suit worn by the royal in this photo was one of Alexander McQueen’s spring 2012 (SS12) collection that has either been recycled by Kate Middleton for the christening ceremony or it was bought and kept for the purpose. Who says you have to buy a new outfit for every occasion anyway? Her hat was made by Jane Taylor  according to sources from Vanity Fair.

Both the Duchess and Prince George looked absolute radiant on the day. Obviously the theme was cream and it was a perfect cream. Prince George’s gown was a replica of the old version worn by the past royals for many years.  Kate’s sister, Pippa Middleton, and the Duchess of Cornwall also wore cream dresses. However, the Queen wore a sky blue coat with a matching hat. On this occasion, Prince George stole the show in his lace cap-sleeved christening gown.

Kate’s outfit was a stylish bespoke cream-ruffled peplum top and a knee length skirt made by Alexander McQueen.  She wore cream from head to toe.

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Kate Middleton's Outfit For Prince George's Christening

The Duchess’ accessories were kept to a minimum with a pair pear drop earrings and her signature nude or cream LK Bennett  platform shoes.

Kate accessorised with a cream £755 ‘Matilda’ hat by Jane Taylor.

 

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Kate Middleton’s outfit depicts what to wear to a christening or baptism ceremony. Usually, a knee length dress or shirt; medium to long sleeve top or dress. You can also wear trousers suits or a coordination of trousers suit. Your child’s christening gown does not necessarily have to be flowing.


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