For the G7 formal portrait with Boris Johnson, Carrie Symonds wears a £1,400 fuchsia silk dress.
CARRIE SYMONDS wore a bright pink gown to welcome world leaders to the G7 conference at Carbis Bay, Cornwall, today.
Today, Carrie Symonds and Boris Johnson, as well as other world leaders such as Joe Biden and Emmanuel Macron, stood for formal socially detached images at the Carbis Bay resort. The Prime Minister’s wife wore a stunning silk gown for the occasion.
The leaders met today in preparation for the G7 summit, which will take place over the weekend.
This weekend, international leaders from all across the world will gather to discuss crucial issues such as the coronavirus and climate change.
Carrie chose a gorgeous bright pink silk gown for the occasion.
The Zandra-style Roksanda dress has a deep plunge neckline and a pleated skirt.
Carrie’s waist was tightened by the bodice, which also had short sleeves.
While the garment retails for £1,395, it’s interesting to note that it’s available on the same website as Carrie rented her wedding gown.
The dress is available for hire on Wardrobe HQ for just £24 per day.
It includes a large assortment of garment items, such as jumpsuits and ball dresses, that may be rented for up to £250 each day.
The look can also be rented through HURR for £107.
At any given time, garments can be hired for four to fourteen days.
“Bold pink midi dress created from pleated mid-weight silk georgette,” the dress’s description reads.
“At the back, a concealed hook-and-eye and zip fastening.”
The pink dress is presently unavailable, according to the website.
The gown is also constructed entirely of silk.
A pair of little gold hoop earrings and a pair of heels completed the appearance for the newlywed.
Her hair was fashioned in a loose wave, and she wore minimal make-up with a pink lip.
Fans reacted to Carrie’s bright pink attire on social media.
“It looks incredibly classy, and it suits her well,” one person said.
“Lovely for summer, bad it isn’t better weather today!” said another.
A third tweeted, “Looks like a ballgown, very stunning.”
Carrie took a risk and hired her £2,870 wedding gown for her big day.
The Greek fashion designer Christos Costarellos’ appliqed embroidered tulle gown was offered for purchase on the luxury website Net-a-Porter.
It could also be rented for £45 per day through the website My Wardrobe HQ.
Since his debut, Christos Costarellos has established himself as one of Greece’s premier designers. “Brinkwire News in Condensed Form.”