On the 6th of July, Kate Middleton attended a charity polo match in Windsor. Her husband, Wiliam, played in the Out Sourcing Inc. Royal Charity Polo Cup at the Guards Polo Club.
William’s team won the polo. Kate presented the trophy:
The Duchess donned a white dress by Emilia Wickstead for the occasion—the Denvella Dress.
The sleeveless midi dress features contrasting black piping on the front. Emilia Wickstead sold the dress with a belt—Kate wore the garment without it.
The dress formed part of Emilia Wickstead’s Resort 2019 collection—Vogue report that the New Zealand-based designer had been influenced by “French 60s movies”.
I cannot find any further information about the dress, like its RRP. I can see from Pinterest that Matches and Moda Operandi both stocked the garment at some point.
At the polo, Kate debuted a new pair of flat slingback shoes by Camilla Elphick. She wore the Alicia flats in taupe. They feature a contrasting black pointed toe.
We haven’t seen Kate wear an item by the British designer before. Elphick from London Colledge of Fashion in 2013. She studied the prestigious BA Cordwainers Footwear course—notable alumni include Jimmy Choo, Linda Bennett of L.K. Bennett, Rupert Sanderson, and Emmy Scaterfield of Emmy London—all designers we’ve seen Kate wear on multiple occasions.
This is the third pair of shoes Kate has sported with a differently-coloured toe box in the last month! She recently sported two different pairs of Alessandra Rich’s FAB pumps with a similar contrast toe. (Pictured below, Kate at the Grenfell Tower Memorial in June 2022.)
At the polo, Kate wore a new pair of statement hoop earrings by Sézane—the Gabrielle style in coffee brown. The earrings feature an oversized brown resin hoop suspended from a circular-shaped post. RRP: £55.
The earrings are still in stock at Sézane, at the time of writing. You can also find them in a handful of other colours.
Finally, Kate carried/wore her Finlay & Co Henrietta sunglasses, shown below at Wimbledon yesterday.