Princess Beatrice’s Fashion Evolution

Princess Beatrice’s Fashion Evolution

Princess Beatrice was recently spotted in a stunning outfit while attending the Blenheim Ball with her husband, Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi. The royal looked effortlessly chic in a Cutout-Back Metallic-Bouclé Midi Dress from Self-Portrait. The dress featured a fit and flare silhouette from the 1950s, capped short sleeves, a sharp collar with chic satin lapels, and a waist-cinching detail. Pairing the dress with platformed Daphne 120 Blue Velvet Pumps by Jimmy Choo and a black leather croc clutch, Beatrice exuded elegance. Her auburn locks were styled in loose waves, and her makeup was on point with silver eyeshadow and a subtle pink lipgloss.

At the Anti Slavery Collective Inaugural Winter Gala, Princess Beatrice once again wowed in a structured gown with a collared neckline, this time opting for a sophisticated Self-Portrait blazer dress. Made from satin, the dress featured three-quarter-length rolled sleeves, a belted waistline, and a skirt made from tulle for a balletic touch. Beatrice accessorized with a croc clutch and snakeskin cap-toe pumps from Nicholas Kirkwood.

Princess Beatrice showcased her impeccable style at the Thanksgiving Service For King Constantine of the Hellenes in a navy belted coat from Maje paired with navy tights and ‘Romy 100’ suede pumps from Jimmy Choo. Adding a touch of flair to her outfit, she wore a navy velvet headband adorned with flowers and a net that fell over her face.

Attending the Blenheim Ball in aid of Starlight, a children’s charity advocating for play in healthcare, Princess Beatrice and her husband supported the cause in style. The event featured a fundraising auction with items like signed David Beckham football boots, a week with Louis Vuitton in Paris, and entry to Raymond Blanc’s gardening school. Beatrice’s husband looked dapper in a traditional black tie tux with embroidered velvet loafers, while she shone in her elegant ensemble.

Overall, Princess Beatrice has shown a preference for structured gowns with collared necklines that exude sophistication and glamour. Her fashion choices at various events reflect her evolving style and impeccable taste, making her a style icon to watch in the royal family.


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