- Yesterday, Kate Middleton paid a royal visit to Henry Fawcett Children’s Centre in London to learn about the organization's LEAP initiative, which aids aids parents, their children, and caretakers.
- She looked chic in a purple Gucci blouse that she wore backwards along with Jigsaw wide-leg trousers.
- According to the shirt's description, the buttons are meant to be on the back, but Kate wore the top with the buttons in front.
For a royal visit to the Henry Fawcett Children’s Centre in London yesterday, the Duchess of Cambridge looked dashing in a purple silk-crepe Gucci top that she accidentally wore backwards, and we almost missed it.
According to Net-a-Porter's product description of the top, the pussy-bow blouse "features fabric-covered buttons that run down the back." Similarly, Nordstrom's description of the shirt says there's a "row of dainty covered buttons inching down the back."
However, photographs of Kate Middleton show that when she wore the piece, the button closures were at the front instead. That also means she tied the bow accent on the opposite way, as it should not be on the same side as the buttons, per the sites' product photography.
We cannot say for sure if Duchess Kate accidentally wore her top backwards (a relatable mistake) or if she was being a style innovator by intentionally breaking the rules, but either way, she looks smashing.
Kate appears to be a fan of the handbag line and the color purple, a hue typically associated with royalty. In January, she previously carried a black crocodile Midi tote from Aspinal of London with a purple Oscar de la Renta suit for a trip to the Royal Opera House.
According to Kensington Palace's Twitter account, the LEAP program Kate learned about yesterday supports parents, their children, and caretakers. During her visit to the Central London-based organization, Kate Middleton shared that her favorite thing about parenting is receiving hugs from her three young children, according to an attendee who chatted with the duchess.
Later that evening, Duchess Kate looked stunning in a floral Alexander McQueen gown for the National Portrait Gallery Gala. She previously rocked an off-the-shoulder version of the dress to the 2017 BAFTA Awards. For last night's event, her dress was altered to include cap sleeves.
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