Sophie Wessex re-wears a £295 spotty dress from a distinctive London label; Kate Middleton is a fan as well.
SOPHIE, COUNTESS OF WESSEX, joined Princess Beatrice at Wimbledon today and looked lovely. The queen wore a flowing polka dot gown that has been viewed by fans earlier this month.
On Wimbledon’s Centre Court today, Sophie, Countess of Wessex, and Princess Beatrice witnessed the opening of the Ladies’ Singles Semi-Final matches. The eleventh day of the legendary tennis tournament has arrived.
Sophie is noted for her fashionable style, which includes wearing neutral or primary-colored skirts with smart blazers and heels.
She looked stunning in a dress she wore for the first occasion only a month ago.
The flowing polka dot number, which cost £295, was designed by London-based fashion label ME+EM.
A collarless neckline and black buttons adorned the outfit.
It was constructed of chiffon fabric with black specks in a light cream color.
The skirt was flowing and pleated, but the bodice was snug and tied at the waist with a loose string.
Sophie’s dress was long and reached her shins, though it was unclear which shoes she was wearing today.
The monarch accessorized the outfit with modest silver earrings and a matching silver necklace.
A little pendant in the shape of a Canadian Maple Leaf was included in the necklace.
Sophie completed her ensemble with a dark pair of sunglasses.
The Countess of Wessex isn’t the first woman to wear a polka-dot gown.
On June 9, she gave a speech at the Women’s Institute’s (WI) annual meeting in the garment for the first time.
ME+EM, a London-based fashion label that has dressed the likes of Emma Watson and Kate Middleton, while being less well-known than other fashion houses.
During her and Prince William’s royal visit of Scotland last month, the Duchess of Cambridge wore a pink dress by the designer when she met five-year-old Mila Sneddon and her family.
The shirt dress cost £450 and was made of silk.
Sophie also owns a ME+EM outfit, which she wore on May 12 on a visit to Frimley Park Hospital in honor of International Nurses Day 2021.
The gown was a sophisticated navy blue number with a pleated skirt and a one-of-a-kind zip-up bodice.
The Countess of Wessex donned a polka dot outfit today at Wimbledon, matching Princess Beatrice, who is also expecting.
Beatrice’s gown has short flowing sleeves and larger black polka dots. “Brinkwire News in Condensed Form.”