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Royals, they're just like us—at least when it comes to a love of stylish yet comfortable party wear. Princess Beatrice proved just that recently when she attended a launch party for Hill House Home at The National Gallery in London wearing one of the brand's much-beloved nap dress styles.
For the occasion, Beatrice wore a summery look with the Daphne dress, which Hill House home describes as "a more structured, dressed-up version" of their classic nap dress. For an added summery touch, she opted for their Red Shell Vine Stripe pattern, which offsets seashells with twining pink florals for a look that would be at home at the shoreside or a garden party. Beatrice brought some extra structure to the look with a chain-accented white cropped boucle jacket by Alice + Olivia, which is now sadly sold out, as well as a white belt worn at the waist and a pair of nude pumps by Kurt Geiger.
The event actually marks the second time in recent weeks that Beatrice has chosen one of the brand's highly coveted nap dresses. Earlier this month, Beatrice opted for a navy and gold patterned version of the original Ellie Nap Dress for the winner's ceremony of Oscar's Book Prize—an annual prize for the best picture book of the year for young children— at The Ivy West Street in London. On that occasion, she paired the look with a navy silk blouse with a contrast collar, a black YSL Sac de Jour Nano bag. and blue Carvela pumps.
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