On Thursday evening, Sarah, Duchess of York enjoyed an apartment evening out with her daughter Princess Beatrice and son-in-law Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi in Mayfair. The trio were pictured by the MailOnline leaving Mark's, a private members club, coolly gliding past the cameras outside.
For the evening soiree, Sarah channelled her eldest daughter's style in Dolce & Gabbana's 'Raschel Tweed Midi Dress.' The designer piece featured an emerald green hue, a Chanel-style boucle tweed, a structured fit, long sleeves, a rounded neckline, a fifties style and decorative pockets.
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A hint of sass was added to the royal's attire in the form of some black and gold lace-up heeled boots by Geox, coined the 'Respira Black Lace Up Gold Studded Heel Ankle Boots.'
Sarah Ferguson is experimenting with colour and moving away from military themes
Upon seeing the images of Beatrice's mother circulate online, fans flocked to social media to share their thoughts on the royal's latest sartorial creation. "I like the colour on her," one user wrote, while another said: "A great colour for her." A third added: "That dress is lovely."
Completing her look, Sarah wore her auburn hair down loose in a gently waved style and helf into place by a gemstone-clad headband that twinkled under the flash of the cameras. She clasped a black suede clutch bag featuring a glittering charcoal trim for her outing essentials.
The royal recently rocked a pinstripe suit also by D&G
Princess Beatrice wrapped up warm beside her mother, curating an all-black outfit with a pop of bold orange to spark interest.
Sarah has been making a conscious move to experiment with her style as of late. Case and point? Her appearance at the UK premiere of Marlowe at Vue West End in London last Thursday.
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Making a notable effort to move away from the military-themed pieces that we have come to know and love as the royal's staples, Sarah opted for a monochrome suit courtesy of Italian fashion house Dolce & Gabbana. She wore the brand's £1,600 'Pinstriped Single-Breasted Blazer,' featuring a sassy leopard print lining and a single-breasted silhouette, paired with some matching wide-leg suit trousers.
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