Duchess Kate goes green & shamrocky for St. Patrick’s Day: gorgeous or meh?

God, I love when Duchess Kate wears jewel tones. They suit her coloring so, so much. I would love to see her in rich reds, blues and greens all of the time. These are photos of Kate at an event yesterday for the Irish Guards (the dudes in red, with the bearskin hats). It’s an annual thing – every St. Patrick’s Day, a royal “presents” shamrocks to members of the Irish Guards. Or something… they get medals, and they get a pint of beer. Kate wore this gorgeous Emilia Wickstead dress… beautiful color. Great length on Kate. There seems to be a bit too much fabric gathered at the waist, which makes me wonder if Kate should have gone down a size (maybe to 00?). I also love her hat (by Lock & Co.). Kate’s so lucky to have a face for hats – so many Englishwomen can do hats properly, and so few American women can. Also, Kate just needs to wear hats more often because it keeps her from fooling with her hair during public events.

Oh, and her gold shamrock pin? It once belonged to the Queen Mum. I’m guessing that after the Queen Mother’s death, it went into the royal jewelry archives, where the Queen lends it out to royal ladies for special occasions. Either that or someone actually gave Kate that pin to keep. The Queen? Prince Charles? William?

You can read more about the event here, at The Mail. It seems like 40 officers were pre-selected to receive shamrock boutineers/corsage things. The Irish Wolfhound mascot got a shamrock corsage too! Is that a dog or a small pony? Also – after the formal ceremony, Kate joined some of the men for a private luncheon, where she was photographed sipping sherry.

Last year, Prince William was made a Colonel of the Irish Guard, and he wore the red uniform for his wedding to Kate. I’ve heard that the Queen insisted on that – that William wear the red jacket of an Irish Guard. I heard that William wanted to wear the formal dress uniform of one of his other military ranks, like as lieutenant with the RAF.

Photos courtesy of WENN.

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  1. backwards says:

    She looks great, I do agree the dress looks a bit ‘big’ but that may be because of the waist giving that illusion

    That dog is gorgeous

    • TheFactsR says:

      She looks like she is in the Salvation Army with that get up outfit.

      • Coral Sea says:

        Totally agree, where’s her tambourine and trumpet? Too thin, too blah and frumpy, has she got any other look?

  2. Lee says:

    Once again, she looks lovely. I truly admire those legs. Sigh. Ok. I admit it. I’m positively green with envy. And that’s my green for St. Paddy’s Day. I need to work on that little “life’s disappointment”. At least I have legs.

  3. Indra says:

    Kate looks the same size as a certain celeb whose fan club blitzkrieg this blog.

    That being said she does look thin, and the coat does swamp her and the belt is in a weird spot that does her no favours, its too high at the front.

    Just a thought maybe the belt is high at the front due to a very small baby bump.

    • Katren says:

      I was looking at the photos thinking her mid section looks a bit off and I think you’re right that the belt is too high. Don’t know about the baby bump, but this would definitely be a dress to conceal the stomach

    • GoodCapon says:

      I think the belt isn’t due to a baby bump rather it’s an attempt to hide her disproportionate body (long torso/short legs)

      She’s fortunate that her figure isn’t instantly noticeable because of her height. With Pippa, you can always spot her stubby legs and extremely long torso because she’s short and she chooses clothes that draws attention to her skittle figure and doesn’t flatter her in any way at all.

    • beta says:

      jaja, great comment!
      beware of the wrath of the loons !!
      XD

      • Indra says:

        Thanks, but I need not worry the Loons they dont comment on posts that are the truth.
        Both Kate and the Loons love are both very thin and are both in need of afew scones with clotted cream or a couple of hambugers with the lot which ever is their poison.

    • Kara Ann says:

      Indra, love your post and agree with absolutely everything you said in reference to the loons’ love and to Kate’s appearance. I will add that Kate does look to have magnificent muscle tone and seems healthy just too thin which is beginning to look “stringy” if that makes sense. The other one lacks muscle tone and the overall healthful appearance, IMO.

  4. Helvetica says:

    Too many flower thing on her coat, one is enough

  5. spinner says:

    Absolutely gorgeous. Beautiful color, cut & length. Perfect!!

  6. Boo says:

    She nailed it this time–looking absolutely perfect for this occasion. That wolfhound is spectacular! I have a Great Dane who is about the same size, and the “is that a dog or a horse?” line gets a lot of play.

  7. Katren says:

    Kate looks nice here, hats are definitely her friend!

    So sad that they still wear real bearskin hats though :(

  8. Gabbo says:

    I want that doggy!

  9. Agnes says:

    what does she actually do? man, this seems like a lame way to live, showing up at random non-events once or twice a week. haha. LOVE the dog, though.

    • NancyMan says:

      Hey Agnes, I know this is cele’bitchy’ but really!?!?! Perhaps in the UK, honoring the men and woman who protect the country is considered ‘an’ event.

      I think she looks great if a little thin…I would hate to be in charge of cleaning up behind that monster!!!

    • bluhare says:

      For heaven’s sakes. Woman gets bitched about if she doesn’t do any engagements and now she’s getting bitched about because she does.

  10. GoodCapon says:

    Gorgeous!! The Irish wolfhound, that is.

    KATE WHO?

  11. RocketMerry says:

    1) That dog is huuuge!
    2) The way she patted the dog was soooo funny. Like, “There. STAY. There. Good doggy, don’t jump on my pretty dress or I’ll KILL you.”
    3) One of the pretty boys in uniform actually fainted during the ceremony. The power of the Duchess’ stare!

  12. GoodCapon says:

    0:10 – 0:14
    Never forget to show the world the ring that you oh so worked hard for, Kate!

  13. The Original Mia says:

    She looks good. I see someone talked to her about the length of her hems. The belt & waist does give the illusion of a bump, but we’ve seen her plenty these last 2 weeks & there’s no baby in that bun.

  14. Lis says:

    Love the outfit. And when one of Celebitchy’s resident Paddies says that, you know it’s good.

    I can’t see what the big deal is about her waist. Could someone explain it to me? I see nothing “off”.

    • togsos says:

      Do you not think she looks a little 1970′s aerlingus? Shes a lovely looking girl but this outfit is too heavy on her frame.

      • Cerulean says:

        She does look like an air hostess. Don’t like the outfit.

      • Mairead says:

        I actually think she looks nice too – and I think the shamrock brooch is gorgeous- but that’s EXACTLY what I thought – although I think that the brown was in the 1940s (we had an Emergency on, like!). But didn’t the winner of Ladies Day at Cheltenham look like a 1948 Aer Lingus hostess who got tangled up with an unfortunate incident involving a load of cats and a staple-gun, so perhaps it’s the fashion at the moment?

        Of course, when Herself (the granny-in-law) stepped of the plane last year I thought she was decked out in the Paul Costello Aer Lingus colours too. I’d love to think that it was a passive-agressive stab at Ryanair :lol:

  15. Susannah says:

    I do like the outfit but the fit is off. The fit is always off with Kate. The coat was too loose. Anyone who can belt a wool coat and still look thin is TOO THIN. The bust area just looked flat (sorry Kate).

    But the length was great! No potential panty/pantyless disasters at all! Yay!

    • The Original Mia says:

      I don’t know fashion, but it seems to me they’ve had to alter her clothes because she’s still losing weight. Seamstress can only alter so much before destroying the design of the dress. That’s the impression I got from this dress & that frock she wore with the Queen & Prince Phillip.

    • Hmmm says:

      The length is good and the colour looks good on her, but I agree, the fit is off! The side view shows that the hem dips significantly at the front; and the waist is unnaturally high. Utter fail.

  16. Lianne says:

    I want to know who was handing out these shamrocks in the period between the Queen Mother’s death and now… Princess Anne?

  17. lucy2 says:

    I like it a lot, but it does look a little too big.

  18. Leikyn says:

    I do not understand the American obsession with the royal family. This young woman is average looking, and she dresses rather blandly. Neither her husband nor his brother are attractive. She dresses up, waves her little hands, and this is a role model? The Revolutionary War wasn’t fought for nothing.

    • maemay says:

      I know especially when america has the kardashians…wake up people.

      • XYZ says:

        Wide awake and fully aware that the Kardashians are not the only female celebrities we have for girls to look up to. What about Taylor Swift? Jennifer Lawrence? Our own first lady? All women far more worthy of role model status than some woman who proved by hanging on to William for ten years that she would be NOTHING without him.

      • Sachi says:

        The Kardashians are the bottom of the barrel, so saying Kate is better compared to the Kardashians is not really a compliment.

        It’s really funny how the Kardashians are always cited when it comes to Kate’s “fans” trying so hard to put her on a pedestal.

        It’s so obvious that without the Kardashians, there won’t be anyone to compare Kate with because there are tons more celebrities who can be called role models: Carey Mulligan, Lily Collins, Emma Stone, Hilary Swank, Rachel McAdams, etc. and Kate’s “fans” must know it in their hearts that Kate can never compare to those actresses who are truly classy, dedicated and hardworking so they pull out the “Better than Kardashians” card to make Kate look good.

      • maemay says:

        In terms of OBSESSION. meaning coverage by the media, Kate and the Kardashians are on par. The Kardashians are covered DAILY as is Kate. Carey Mulligan is only covered when she has a film. Other actresses are rarely covered with the same OBSESSION as Kate and the Kardashians.

    • iseepinkelefants says:

      You really think American’s are “obsessed” with this dolt? She may make the cover of US every few weeks but they don’t sell well. I think most Americans couldn’t give a toss about the Royals.

    • Alix says:

      The Revolution wasn’t fought because the colonists didn’t like royalty — in fact, every assumed at first that the American government would be a monarchy — but because they were being denied proper representation in Parliament and not given a say in their own government.

      A fascination with royalty doesn’t mean that someone isn’t perfectly content living in a democratic republic, thank you.

      • Pashima says:

        They do have a fascinating history: thinking it’s somehow funny to dress up as an SS officer, endorsing Hitler, refusing to help out their Russian cousins which resulted in the massacre of all said cousins…yes…this royal line is so inspiring. Underdeducated dolts. Let’s admire them some more because she sure dresses purty!

        ” Kate has a tremendous opportunity to affect people’s lives through her inevitable charity work.” Inevitable = unable to be avoided, evaded, or escaped (dictionary.com)

    • badrockandroll says:

      @Sachi:

      I get that I am supposed to emulate Hilary Swank because of her human rights work and her speaking out in favour of great leaders who do not oppress their citizens. I understand that Rachel McAdams’ capacity to change her hair colour and to date her co-stars with impunity is truly something to which I should aspire. And Lily Collins’ ability to star in a film despite her rock star father is truly admirable. But tell me why I should look up to Carey Mulligan, Lily Collins and Emma Stone?

      • GoodCapon says:

        You are attacking Sachi’s examples of female celebrities while not really putting forth your own argument against her sound logic.

        Well done.

      • badrockandroll says:

        @GoodCapon:

        If I am “attacking Sachi’s examples of female celebrities” that she has put forward as examples of role models, that is in fact my argument.

        My dispute with Sachi’s alleged “sound logic” is that it falls down with the examples of celebrities that she feels offer better alternatives than Kate as role models. I explained my puzzlement as to the examples that she chose – some seemed like bad choices to me, and others just escaped me. I offered her an opportunity to explain.

        For instance, has Emma Stone swamped herself in charitable works? Is she an activist? A scholar? I only know her as a bit of a clothes horse and as a competent rom-com actress who has lived a relatively scandal free life – not much different than Kate actually albeit in a slghtly different sphere.

      • GoodCapon says:

        McAdams, Mulligan, Stone and Collins might not be the charity types, but they have always kept their heads down, worked hard and have no intentions of hogging the spotlight with dirty scandals. They are good enough role models for teens.

        Once again you are only attacking the celebrities she used as examples while ignoring her main argument: that Kate fans could only use the Kardashians to compare her with because they are the only people she would look good against; they can’t go higher up the comparison ladder (Jolie, Clooney) because then Kate would look incredibly inferior.

        If Sachi used Jolie and Clooney instead as her examples would you have anything to refute her point? None and we certainly wouldn’t be having this conversation at all.

        You are grasping at straws here to defend your patron saint.

    • Marie Antoinette Jr. says:

      In general, royalty in itself is fascinating to Americans because we have such a lack of it in this country. The British royals are just the closest to us. If this country would have been colonized by the Dutch, we’d all be following The House Of Orange.

    • Kara Ann says:

      I understand that some people don’t care for royalty and that’s fine. I do think that whether you like her or not Kate has a tremendous opportunity to affect people’s lives through her inevitable charity work. While she may not be considered a role model now, I feel sure that she will spend her life doing good works (even if she doesn’t want to which I don’t think is the case). In the end, I’ll bet that she leaves a legacy behind that will be worth emulating in reference to her charity work. I don’t know if that makes her a good role model right now or not but I def believe that she will make the most of her opportunity afterall she has a lifetime to do it. Also, fair or not, unlike “movie stars” she will not go in/out of fashion and just by dent of her title she will garner attention and funds for whatever charities that she is involved in. In the end, I believe that she will make a significant impact wherever she chooses to probably much more so than most HW actors/actresses.

    • Belle says:

      You are sooooooooooo wrong!!

      Harry is HOT!! (;

  19. Julia says:

    Kate doesn’t look her best self here. I don’t really like this coat.

  20. chloew says:

    I think she’s bulimic
    she has the classic facial signs – puffy eyes and face. She just doesn’t look healthy – especially her eyes.

  21. Jessica says:

    I like Kate bc she is NOT all fake looking. Let’s face it, English ppl are just boring in general. Listening to them talk puts ms to sleep. So a boring outfit is totally appropriate. At least it’s “classy boring”. She always looks classy…. Even when drowning in her clothes !!

    • Kimble says:

      Thanks! And I’ve always found you to be so interesting …

    • bluhare says:

      So entertain us, Jessica. We want to know how not to be boring. Kimble and I are sharing a packet of hobnobs with our tea while we wait.

    • Jessica says:

      This Jessica’s comment makes me want to change the name I use here. I don’t think I’ll be “Jessica” anymore. Probably should’ve thought that one through better anyway…too common a name.

    • Belle says:

      Nope… nothing fake about her!

      Hair (extensions?)
      Eyeliner (tattoo?)
      Body (anorexia? bulemia?)

      Now, back to Harry! Weren’t we talking about Ginger??? No? Darn!

  22. Katie says:

    I like it. It just looks like a lot of other things she has worn recently. I hate the brown hat. But I can’t help but love her.

  23. Shannon says:

    Not gonna lie, seeing a British monarch dressed up for St. Patrick’s Day pisses me off a little.

    • Nymeria says:

      You’re not the only one.

    • aprayerforthewildatheart says:

      x3

    • Mairead says:

      But in fairness, he was (Romano-) British. And he came back to the country that took him as a slave not because he loved the craic, but because he was compelled to do so by the Holy Spirit against his initial wishes.

      Whilst I understand what you’re feeling, and feel an element of disquiet about it myself, it has to be remembered that there is a long tradition of Irish people serving in the British Army since Independence, as well as the fact that many of the members are drawn from the HUGE Irish diaspora in the UK and her Commonwealth.

      So perhaps we should try and see acknowledging their service on their ancestral national day as nothing more than a nice gesture? I’m not telling anyone what to think, just putting an alternative view out there.

    • JulieM says:

      Yup, Shannon. Good point. I recently reread Trinity by Leon Uris. Yes, it’s historical fiction, but what an eye opener.

  24. Ginger says:

    She is so beautiful in this outfit. I LOVE the retro feel to it. The dog is truly very cool! It’s awesome that even the dog got some shamrocks. I especially love her shamrock pin…I wonder if they make a knock off of it?

  25. Carrie says:

    Kate is amazingly beautiful. I love everything she wears! She hasn’t disappointed me yet! She could gain about 10 lbs alittle to thin.
    The Irish wolfhounds is awesome, but it’s funny that it’s bogged than Kate.

  26. almond says:

    The coatdress is gorgeous but looks like it’s too big on her frame. She’s entirely too thin. If not even all that wool can give her figure a little extra fulness…

  27. Sachi says:

    She looks okay but still so very boring, and that coat is too big. The hem is longer at the front than the back of the dress.

    She truly needs a good seamstress to alter her clothes.

    Her hair looks dry and brittle. She must spend serious money in the salon so they can put enough chemicals to make her hair shine. Her hair looks really flat and blah without 4 hours in the salon.

    Still, good for her to be out and about by herself…she did well.

    She’s probably counting the days until William comes back and she can go into hibernation/another luxury vacation. This month’s work is the hardest she’s worked her whole life.

    Next!

    • Jessica says:

      Finally! Someone with some sense! I know it’s her job not to make a stir… But uh, she looks a very well-dressed school marm.

  28. Sugar says:

    The pix of her playing field hockey in skinny skinny jeans dispells the “bump”.
    I guess since I grew up in the Princess Di years I as an American consider myself a semi-watcher of the royals just because I can.
    DofC Kate gets a lot of flack for doing what in the beginning HRH Di did.
    I’d rather see small doses of Kate then the overdoes of KimK.
    We have been seeing a lot more of Kate since Wills went on active duty but this entire day-planner in motion was I believe the way to give Kate her chance as a new royal to embark on her new duties. Paps or no paps she has her itinerary to fulfill & seems genuine while doing so.

  29. Veronica says:

    My first thought when I saw this is her outfit is totally fitting to the occasion, she always looks classy. But I then thought her chest looks concave she’s so thin… theeeen as I read the comments below about the odd sitting of the belt, I agree. If she was just wearing it high to hide a long torso it would be equal all the way around her body, but it only sits high over her stomach. Seems to me like its sitting on something. Like a little baby.

    Somebody offer her some booze, see if she drinks it.

    And that dog looks ginormous next to her. Makes her look like a midget.

    • suz says:

      She was reported to be sipping sherry at the event.

      And if you look at the photos of her taken two days ago wearing her tight pink jeans you can see there is no bump at all.

  30. Susannah says:

    She has a very odd body shape, almost masculine (wide shoulders, narrow hips, small breasts). I think this is the reason she often has trouble getting the “fit” right. Pictures of her from several years ago show her as very healthy with womanly curves. It was probably easier to find proper fitting clothes back then.

  31. skuddles says:

    Lovely girl – always radiates such positive energy and looks so nicely put together. She does the Monarchy proud IMO.

  32. crtb says:

    I am so different than many of the posters on this site. I looksed at these pictures and the first thing I noticed wast a great hate, then a pretty dress and them a cute doggy. I never ever see all of the imperfections that most of I don’t see dry hair. I don’t see a problem with the belt. I can’t see where the dress is longer in the front than the back. The length is perfect. Her legs look great! Beautiful smile. You remind me of my boss. She walks into my classroom. 99 things are perfect, she can only comment on the 1 thing that is wrong. She never sees the positive.

  33. bitchSpray says:

    not too bad, but she is REALLY skinny. look at how big her head is compared to her shoulders. now i see where the anorexia rumours come from

    as for the dress… i like it. a bit too old-fashioned but whatever. i don’t like the light leaf, though. that’s the one accessory she should have removed before walking out of the door

  34. Cleo says:

    Has anyone seen her and Diana Rigg in the same room?

  35. Alexis says:

    How are people saying this chick has great legs? I can’t even see them in these pics!

    The color suits her well, the fit is meh. And as a British monarch, I think she should cool it on the St. Patrick’s Day stuff.

  36. Sasha says:

    She looks beautiful but viewed from the side – my gosh, she’s thin!

  37. Sca says:

    I like it, but the material is kind of 70′s looking. And the shoulder pads as well.

    And just to make a point-you can see her scar again in the daily mail pictures. I’m wondering if this is the reason that she’s been wearing her hair in that style so much recently.

    http://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2012/03/17/article-2116328-1236437D000005DC-811_634x456.jpg

  38. sullivan says:

    She is an attractive woman. The dress seems appropriate for the occasion and looks good on her. She has a model’s figure so, yeah, she’s thin. If she were 10 lbs. overweight instead of 10 lbs. underweight she wouldn’t have as many detractors.

  39. Kate says:

    Good story kaiser! Interesting tidbits. Thanks!

  40. Ramona Q says:

    Even (what I assume is) a perfectly groomed, excellent example of the Irish Wolfhound breed looks like a big shaggy mutt! Oh, I love dogs.

  41. pink giraffe says:

    I just never see her as looking “good.” I don’t know why. I have nothing against her. I just…maybe she’s too skinny? I feel like she doesn’t wear clothes well (don’t’ mean that to sound dirty! I do NOT want to see her sans clothes!!)

  42. Meecey says:

    Those Brits and their ceremonies! Interesting. Her Royalness always looks the part. It would be interesting to be in that life I guess for a while, but not forever.

  43. Ali says:

    I’ve just seen a close-up photo of her sipping sherry at the event and the scar is clearly visible – In fact all close-ups of her left side show the scar. She HAS a Scar! (not hair extensions)

  44. Amy says:

    Is it a coat? Or a dress? I get so confused with her. It’s like she is trying to start a new trend–wearing coats as dresses! I assume she had an other (green) dress underneath the coat? Well I like the oufit–as usual. Oh and the video where she is pinning the thing on the dog is hilarious, the dog is so trying to sniff her “down there” (like all dogs) and the man had to slightly hold him back haha.

  45. Nina says:

    I’m not impressed. The color of the dress is too muted to flatter her, plus a brown hat? It’s all so heavy and dull. She looks better in more saturated colors, and that outfit really needs a lighter, brighter element (a scarf? a blouse?) to liven up the look.

    On top of that, the dress just plain doesn’t fit her. She’s too thin for it, the belt is awkwardly positioned, and the fabric is too thick. Which begs the question: why can’t she get designers to make custom-fitted garments for her? If she’s supporting and promoting English designers by wearing their clothes, it would help tremendously if those clothes were well-fitting.

    I don’t have anything against Kate, but her “style” bores me to tears. She’s young, thin, and pretty, and could wear anything she likes, but she tends to choose the safest, dullest, most mediocre clothes, and pairs them with equally dull accessories. The only reason these looks succeed at all is because she’s young, thin, and pretty.

    There’s no reason why she can’t dress with more youthfulness, vibrancy, and daring–she has access to the people and resources who could help her make it happen. But frankly, she’s a fashion snoozefest, which is a shame.

  46. MizzVJJ says:

    She is so beautiful and looks so classy. Im glad she doesnt give in to the bitcheness of people saying she should dress better. Because the day she steps out with a lavish and super-expensive “look at me!!” designer outfit, the same people bitching will be like “how dare she blatantly step out in an outfit that she spent ££££££££££££ on!!!”.

  47. Ali says:

    I LOVE the whole look: imposing, disarming & so Regal!! – Kate really did her homework well… The outfit was perfect for the occasion (a military outdoor/indor event) and the colour (emerald green, the traditional colour of Ireland) was spot-on as it was St Patrick’s Day. The hat was lovely & discreet (similar shape as some military hats) and same colour as the shoes (dark brown). It was better to wear green with brown rather than with black – it complemented better with and was more distinguishable from the red & black military uniforms. Proudly wearing the Regiment’s shamrock brooch (which could be seen for miles) and set-off against the sea of red & black, Kate looked Magnificent!! This was a very important event in the royal calendar that was essential for Kate to get it right, not just because William is the Regiment’s Honorary Colonel & it is Kate’s first solo military event, but this is a century-old royal tradition only previously undertaken by very senior (experienced) royals – one of the Queen Mother’s favourites. It also signals that Kate is stepping into seriously big shoes, William must be so proud of her, and the Queen delighted! She is impeccable in every respect. – A rare find. The royal family is lucky to have her

  48. dahlia1947 says:

    I love everything except the folds of the skirt in the front. It looks like that should be in the back. I must admit that they would look funny in the back too. They confuse me.

  49. Suz says:

    She’s lucky in lots of respects: she wears many colors well, including this one, she can pull off hat, including this one, and she has a pretty smile.

    I don’t think she has an odd body and even if she has extensions, I don’t care. I also really, truly don’t believe she’s pregnant right now. She’ll get to it soon, I am sure.

    I think eventually she will become a beloved royal, more so than her husband, who I perceive as a bit of a stick in the mud. I think that she and Harry will be the royals to watch in the upcoming decades (including whatever hot mess Harry decides to marry – and I hope he does choose a hot mess!)

    • Suz says:

      While I’m at it, super-props for wearing her hair off of her face and keeping her hands off of it!

      I really like her hair this way.

  50. Gattis says:

    I believe that many Americans do not understand what takes place in the royal family.
    The Queen likes Kate, she likes to appear in public with Kate and let her wear high heels and drown her.
    The Queen has given real roles to her grandchildren and their wives, skipping her own children, this is a revolution for the royal family. In the past Kate would remain in the background, behind Charles and Camilla.
    This means that the Queen has confidence in young people and wants to leave them the fate of the royal house.

  51. tango says:

    black suede pumps again? Shake it up Kate and wear something different next time!

  52. entrepreneur says:

    I definitely will show this to my neighbor we were just talking about this last month!