Kate Middleton Effortlessly Pulls Off Head-to-Toe Floral (PHOTO)

She has done it again. Just when we thought she couldn't look any more amazing, Kate Middleton wore a floor-length floral gown to the 100 Women in Hedge Funds event at the Victoria & Albert Museum in London and blew us all away (again).

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The 33-year-old mom of two opted for a sleeveless Erdem silk gown with a large, bold floral pattern and a tiered, gathered floor-length skirt. She wore her trademark copper-brown hair down, bangs carefully swept aside, and accessorized with a diamond bracelet and relatively simple diamond and sapphire chandelier earrings that belonged to the Queen's mother. Simply stunning:

The back of her gown featured a slight V-cut to show a slight bit of skin:

I really love her natural makeup, which seems to consist of little more than dark eyeliner, rosy cheeks, and a super-pretty nude lip gloss. I feel like it would be easy to assume the duchess needs a red lip or a dramatic updo to complement her gown at the black-tie event, but the complete opposite appears to be true. The less she does with her hair and makeup, the more of a statement she makes with her feminine but sophisticated gown, which retails for $4,560 (in case you want to add it to your wish list).

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Kate was on hand at the event to present the 100WHF 2015 European Leadership Award to Elizabeth Corley, who is the chief executive officer of Allianz Global Investors, for her efforts in mentoring future investment banking leaders.

After taking a few months to recuperate after Princess Charlotte's birth, Kate is back in full swing and is looking hotter than ever. Her outfits in the last few days alone have ranged from a sheer ice-blue Jenny Packham to a royal purple Dolce & Gabbana cocktail dress. Let there be no doubt: Kate can pull off anything.

 

Images via James Whatling/Splash News

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