Kate Middleton stepped out for her first royal engagement of the new month on Wednesday, when she opened the new Anna Freud National Centre for Children and Families in London. For the occasion, the duchess turned to one of her favorite designers, Emilia Wickstead, opting for a dark green long-sleeved dress with a flippy hem and a built-in belt. It may be a familiar style for the duchess, as it's got a lot in common with a chic Beulah London dress she wore in February, but it looks like this is a brand new addition to her wardrobe.
Rather than matching the dress with accessories, Kate added a springlike touch by finishing her look with contrasting beige shoes and a clutch. The suede pumps were by Gianvito Rossi, while the clutch was a Mulberry Amberley. The duchess has worn this combo before, notably last November when she added them to a royal blue Jenny Packham dress. This time around, she finished the ensemble with a pair of drop earrings from one of her most frequently worn jewelry designers, Kiki McDonough. Keep reading to see the look from all angles ahead.