The Countess of Wessex's floral skirt is PERFECT for a summer wedding

On Wednesday, the Countess of Wessexheaded to the Royal Norfolk County Show and looked as glamorous as ever, rocking a classic white shirt, ruby red blazer, high heel espadrilles by Penelope Chilvers and a stunning blue Erdem skirt which was embossed with bright red flowers. How blooming gorgeous! We love the print - it's the ideal design you could sport at a summer wedding, or a gathering of some sort, and really suited the royal's colouring. With her trademark blonde hair tied back, minimal makeup and pearl jewellery, the mother-of-two looked glowing.

 

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Sophie rocked a fancy floral skirt at the Royal Norfolk County Show

We are still reeling over the Countess' wardrobe during Ascot last week. A regular at the famous race course, Sophie never disappoints with her attire and she sported a variety of looks all week.

 

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£495, Erdem

Our favourite though - was the outfit she wore on Ladies Day. The royal is known for pushing boundaries with fashion, and didn't disappoint in her fashion-forward navy jumpsuit by Emilia Wickstead. The £1,500 ensemble featured flared trousers with front pleats, was cinched in at the waist and had a bold buckled belt. Sophie accessorised with a studded clutch, heels and a co-ordinating hat. She was joined by many other members of the royal family, including the Queen, Princess Eugenie, Zara Tindall and Autumn Phillips.

 

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Last week Sophie dazzled Ascot with her Emilia Wickstead jumpsuit

Last week wasn't the first time Sophie wore a jumpsuit to Royal Ascot. In 2018, after the annual event released its newly approved dress code – which now includes allowing for women to wear jumpsuits – Sophie became the first royal to experiment with wearing one. Opting for Emilia Wickstead again - her wide legged jumpsuit featured flowing culotte trousers, short sleeves and pleats.

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Unlike the navy ensemble she wore on Thursday, this looked far more like a dress. Royal Ascot's Style Guide confirmed that jumpsuits had been "welcomed and acceptable" for the event last year. The guide stated: "Ascot continues to recognise key trends in the ever-evolving world of fashion."

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