Yahoo Life's editors are committed to independently selecting wonderful products at great prices for you. We may receive a share from purchases made via links on this page. Pricing and availability are subject to change.
The Duchess of Cambridge chose to wear a cream dress made by a very aptly-named designer as she hosted an event to thank those who worked on her Hold Still photography project.
Photography is very close to Kate's heart. Rather than hiring a photographer to take official portraits of her family she has made a tradition of taking their photos herself.
So it seems appropriate that the Duchess chose to wear an outfit by a London-based label called Self-Portrait as she thanked the people involved in her lockdown photography project on Wednesday 22 September.
Kate's dress features a contrasting tailored tweed blazer bodice with a pleated chiffon midi skirt, trimmed with net lace for an ethereal finish.
Kate launched the Hold Still project last year, when she asked the public to submit photographs to capture what the United Kingdom looked like during the coronavirus lockdowns.
There followed an exhibition featuring some of the photos, which were then published in the book, Hold Still: A Portrait of Our Nation in 2020.
The Duchess of Cambridge is a fan of tailored blazers and had worn another belted tweed style the day before as she met with relatives of the Windermere Children to learn about how their loved ones' time in Cumbria recuperating after World War Two helped them to go on to build successful lives in the UK.
The Ivy Green Belted Jacket by Really Wild quickly sold out after Kate wore it, but if you're after a similar tailored style, shop our selection below:
Shop 4 women's tailored jackets
Fitted Checkered Blazer | £135 at & Other Stories
Finery Rowley Belted Jacket, Navy | £129 at John Lewis
Relaxed Tailored Jacket | £49.50 at Uniqlo
Polished Wool Blend Safari Belted Jacket | £159.20 (was £199) at Karen Millen
Watch: The Duchess of Cambridge's style evolution: How to recreate her looks