Some in the fashion business call this twinning, like the time you see a mom and young daughter dress similarly alike. For example, Coco Austin loves matching outfits with cutie-pie daughter Chanel, four-months-old, and recently the pair posed for a selfie, wearing black tee shirts and camouflage-printed pants. People magazine noticed the twinning and followed up with a story about the mother with the sweetest, photogenic baby girl.
Twinning has also recently turned up across the pond in London. Consider this one: The Duchess of Cambridge was twinning with her step-mother-in-law. That’s right; Kate and Camilla dazzled in almost identically matching deep green lace gowns at public events.
The color green has been a hot shade this spring, especially if you follow the Pantone Color Institute.com which sets the trendy shade every year for the world in fashion and design. Their choice is called Greenery and is more of a yellow-green shade. Still, green is prominent everywhere these days, and both duchesses have been decked out in various tones of the lovely gem color.
Whenever Kate wears a certain article of clothing, women around the globe notice immediately and then hurry to purchase the fashion or copy it as close as they can.
The pretty lace green number she wore recently was designed by Temperly London and featured a floor-length look with a sheer high-neck bodice and long sleeves and a thin satin bow that cinched in her waist. Kate turned heads in the formal dress as she attended the National Portrait Gallery Gala in London. She paired the classic look with new sparkling green earrings by Kiki McDonough, a gold clutch from Wilbur & Gussie and Jimmy Choo gold shoes. Her brunette locks were down and softly curled and bouncing as she walked, without a hair out of place.
Earlier in the week, Camilla the Duchess of Cornwall, led with the style choice in a green lace frock that hit mid-calf and showed off a scoop neckline.
Kate was gorgeous in green, signaling to her fans that the color is on-trend and ready to purchase now.