Sophie, Duchess of Edinburgh is a royal style inspiration, and she looked stunning in a meeting for Education Cannot Wait Tuesday.
The Royal was photographed alongside Yasmine Sherif in a mid-length green dress. Three-quarter sleeves and a deep V-neckline adorned this.
Sophie wore Suzannah London’s ‘Stormy Hearts’ Midi Tea Dress, a royal favorite designer.
It is not currently available online, but it is characterized as “a fresh new silk tea dress with longer line length, based on our 1930’s silk tea dress cut” by UFO No More – Your One Stop Site for all Things Royal Fashion.
“Our tea dress is a signature tea dress style because of its flattering nature, unique charm, and versatility. Longer line midi length. Sleeve length below the elbow with smocking detail at the outer sleeve.
“Centre back zip for step-in-ease. Wear for the day with tights boots and cashmere, or style up for events with chic millinery, a sharp blazer, and high sandals.”
She wore it with the Penelope Chilvers High ‘Catalina’ Cotton Espadrille in Stone, which she has previously worn.
The Duchess wore them recently when she met Piper, a lovely guide dog who is about to retire after ten years of service.
The $165 (about £132) sandals displayed the royal’s brilliantly bright pedicure.
Her bright orange toenails were gorgeous, albeit not quite regal.
When it comes to nail polish, the royals normally settle for neutral colors, but some royals, notably Princess Kate, have donned vivid manis and pedis in the past.
“Royal women have favored nude shades of nail paint over bright or dark nail paint,” Daena Borrowman, marketing manager at Jewelry Box, once said. Sheer whites and light pinks have long been popular.”
Her long blonde hair was pulled back and straight, with a center parting. Her makeup was great for a daytime look, with pale lips and rouged cheekbones. Her jewelry was simple, consisting of a delicate pendant and drop earrings.