Kate Middleton Arrives in Canada Wearing Erdem ‘Cecile’ Shift Dress: Get Her Look!
Earlier we brought you the news that Kate was jetting off to Canada with her new husband, Prince William, wearing a Roland Mouret Manon silk and cotton-blend dress and gold buttoned Smythe blazer while carrying a Mulberry Polly Push lock shoulder bag.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge flew across the pond to Canada as part of an 11 day overseas tour. Kate appeared at Heathrow airport looking calm, happy and very stylish before the flight, but when she emerged from the Royal Canadian Air Force aircraft in Ottawa she looked extremely glamorous and not at all like she had been sitting an an aeroplane for hours on end.
She emerged from the aircraft wearing a fitted ‘Cecile’ shift dress by Erdem Moralioglu who was born in Britain but was raised in Montreal. The dress, from the pre-spring 2012 collection includes a scoop back with contrasting crepe and navy lace overlay and scallop sleeve detailing. She accessorised the dress with her favourite brand of shoes, LK Bennett’s Sledge2 Pump in Taupe and an envelope clutch bag.
The couple landed in Ottawa at 2pm local time and were greeted by cheers. They went straight ahead to the National War Memorial for their first duty of the tour and will be taking part in the Canada Day celebrations. Over the next 11 days we’re sure we can expect some great outfits from the Duchess of Cambridge. We can’t wait to see what she pulls out of the bag.
Get Kate’s look below: