Even the Duchess of Cambridge can't resist getting on summer's hottest fashion trend!
On Thursday, Kate Middleton presented the Art Fund Museum of the Year prize at London's Natural History Museum donning quite possibly the chicest version of an off-the-shoulder dress we've ever seen: a white knit number by Brazilian designer Barbara Casasola.
The long-sleeved fit-and-flare frock featured mesh panelling and a zipper front, and the hemline hit just above Catherine's ankles to show off her gorgeous pair of peach Schutz sandals.
And we're sure the 34-year-old mother of Prince George and Princess Charlotte used some sort of styling hack to ensure the off-the-shoulder neckline kept in place.
To complement her summer soirée ensemble, Kate sported her signature blow-out and opted for slightly more defined eye makeup than usual, accompanied by blushed cheeks and a glossy pink lip.
Of course, the dress is already sold out (despite its $2,385 price tag), as are her $180 heels, though the black and beige versions are still available, according to Fashionista.
Now excuse us while we re-wash our off-the-shoulder dress so we can feel *that* much closer to Kate!