Kate Middleton’s Green Dress Is All You Need For Holiday Party Inspo

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If there’s anyone who knows how to combine work-appropriate attire with timeless, fashion-forward pieces, it’s the royals – and Catherine, Princess of Wales is one of the very best at it. Whether the occasion is a courtside seat at a basketball game or a speech at a charity gala, the Princess of Wales manages to showcase her personal style. So it’s no surprise that Kate Middleton’s green dress look will serve as your blueprint (or green print in this case) when looking for holiday party outfit inspiration.

Kate Middleton spent the last week in the United States, bringing her British fashion sense to Boston. From tailored suits to plaid dresses, Kate Middleton provided enough outfit inspiration to keep your business looks Pinterest board well stocked for 2023. Her outfits throughout the week were in keeping with her typically preppy, elegant personal style, but the Princess of Wales decided to make an on-trend twist before heading home.

The Princess of Wales wore a fitted light green strapless dress The Earthshot Prize ceremony at MGM Music Hall in Fenway on December 2 in Boston, Massachusetts. The Earthshot Prize was created by Prince William in 2020 to fund sustainability efforts to combat climate change. Of course, Kate Middleton leaned into the theme of the evening and wore a look that was not only eye-catching but also lasting.

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The princess’ lime green dress is by designer Solace London, but Kate Middleton didn’t buy the garment new for the occasion – she rented it for the occasion £74 ($90) from online designer clothing rental platform HURR. If you are based in the UK you can currently rent the same dress on the site.

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While the lime green dress would normally be the eye-catching enduring piece, the emerald green choker on Kate Middleton’s neck simply cannot be ignored. The beautiful necklace is a family heirloom and is estimated at over $15 million. If the necklace sounds familiar, it’s because it was frequently worn by the late Princess Diana – most famously as a headband in 1985. The piece was originally loaned to Princess Diana by Queen Elizabeth II.

While you might not be wearing royal jewels to your Christmas party, the Revolve website now has a range of Solace London dresses on sale – there are even some in the same ‘green screen’ shade Kate Middleton wore to the Earshot awards. Once you have the perfect dress, pair it with royal-inspired costume jewelry and you’re good to go!

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Lula midi dress

This lime green halter dress captures the same essence of Kate Middleton’s look and would work for Christmas parties, weddings, birthdays and more.

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Willow midi dress

If you like Kate Middleton’s off the shoulder look then this peachy dress is an excellent option – it would look amazing with a simple gold choker or statement earrings.

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Arden maxi dress

Add a little drama to your holiday party with this red dress. The long draped sleeves are so glamorous.

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Courtesy of Solace London.

Cora mini dress

This green mini dress is the same shade as Kate Middleton’s dress but with a more playful vibe.

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