Princess Eugenie's Ombré Dress Was So Nice She Wore It Twice (and Honestly, We Would Too)
You know when you have a dress you love so much you want to wear it all day, every day? Apparently that's a feeling Princess Eugenie can relate to, since she just rocked the same look to two separate engagements. While many royals (Kate, Meghan...) will undergo a costume change between events, Eugenie opted to stick with the ensemble (and who can blame her?).
The frock in question is a sleeveless midi dress in a gorgeous blue to peach ombré with metallic detailing. It was designed by Peter Pilotto, who also designed the princess's wedding dress for her nuptials to Jack Brooksbank back in October.
During the day on May 22, Eugenie attended the Duke of Edinburgh Gold Award presentations at Buckingham Palace, where she was joined by her uncle and aunt, Prince Edward and Sophie, Countess of Wessex, while greeting the young recipients of the award. Founded in 1956 by Prince Philip, the awards recognize young people for completing a series of self-improvement exercises.
Later on, Her Royal Highness (donning the same dress) stopped by a private viewing of the Animal Ball Art Show, presented by Elephant Family, in London. While there, she spent time with sister Princess Beatrice and gave a speech. According to the Daily Mail, the show, "is an exhibition and auction by Elephant Family and raises funds to mitigate human-wildlife conflict in Asia."
Two great causes, one great dress.