Remember the open-back stunner Princess Eugenie wore last October as she walked down the aisle at Windsor Castle to wed her beloved, Jack Brooksbank? No sartorial pressure, princess, but for one of her first official visits back to St. George's Chapel for the Royal Maundy Service, there's no doubt Eug wanted to dress to impress.
Mission accomplished: She strode into the chapel wearing head-to-toe (er, knee?) florals by Erdem, one of her favorite designers.
Even cooler, the dress—called the “Bernett”—is actually a nod to Queen Elizabeth II’s style from the 1950s, according to Net-a-Porter. Definitely a thoughtful (and stylish) way to pay tribute to her grandma, who also happened to be her companion for the day.
Queen Elizabeth, for her part, opted for a brighter marigold hue.
The pair looked totally at ease as they greeted members of the clergy for the ceremony, an ancient tradition in the Church of England and one that always takes place on the Thursday before Easter, according to the royal family’s Instagram account.
It’s no small occasion any time you return to the site of your (royal) wedding. But Eugenie nailed it—and we’re bowing down.