On July 3rd 2011, The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge spent most of their day in Montreal, Quebec, before departing on the plane for Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island. You can read the first post by clicking here. This posts concentrates on the second part of the day, as the royal duo departed Montreal and headed to Charlottetown.
Upon arriving in Charlottetown, Kate had changed from her blue Erdem frock and into a peachy pink ensemble.
Kate wore a champagne coloured dress by Moroccan-born designer Joseph. The fashion label are now based in the UK.
In 2011, the dress was available to buy at My-Wardrobe.com. This is how they described the piece:
Nude crepe sleeveless shift dress with gros grain trim belt. Joseph dress is gathered to the waist, features flat seam trim and fastens with a gros grain covered zip to the rear.
The colour shown above is “Nude Glossy”, though Jimmy Choo have confirmed Kate wore the “Powder Pink” style. The shoes, which are made in Italy, feature a softly pointed toe, a lightly cushioned footbed, a leather lining and a leather sole.
Sadly, Jimmy Choo no longer stock the Lovely style, though they do stock a number of nude pumps on their website:
In Charlottetown, Kate wore a pink and peach tweed jacket. Information about the jacket’s designer was never released to the public, though two independent sources from the Canadian airport say Kate told them her jacket was from Chanel. Independently, a third person has also remarked that the jacket is nearly identical to a Chanel jacket worn by one of the characters in Sex and the City.
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Finally, Kate wore her stirling silver Tiffany & Co. “Diamonds by the Yard” bracelet from the Elsa Peretti collection.