Kate Middleton Once Went Braless in a Sheer Dress, and It Is One of Her Most Daring Outfits Yet

It is no secret that the Duchess of Cambridge has a great sense of style and while her royal status prompts her to opt for elegant and classy looks, she is not afraid to make bold fashion statements.

Kate turned heads in a sheer Jenny Packham dress that did not require her to wear a bra during the premiere of the James Bond movie “Spectre”.

The Duchess looked stunning alongside her husband, Prince Williams, and his brother, Prince Harry. She looked like a starlet in her daring sky blue number.

 

The soft and flowy ethereal dress featured a crossover chiffon front and modest V-neck while the back of the dress flashed a hint of the Duchess’ lower back. An intricately beaded band looked elegant on her slender waist.

Kate upped the glam game with a sparkly Jimmy Choo heeled sandals and a pair of topaz and diamond Robinson Pelham earrings. Instead of leaving her famous brunette curls loose, her hair was set in a soft updo for the event.

While Kate looked every inch a goddess in her pale blue ensemble, Prince William and Prince Harry looked sharp in tuxedos for the night.

 

The royals were invited to nominate two further charities to benefit from the event and they chose “Shelterbox”, which helped with the emergency response following a massive earthquake in Nepal. Another charity “Save the Children” was also chosen for its work with families fleeing Syria and Iraq due to conflicts and managing the Ebola epidemic in West Africa. 

“Spectre” was chosen as 2015 Royal Film Performance. The star-studded event was attended by the movie’s cast including Daniel Craig, Monica Bellucci, and Lea Seydoux.

 

Being a noted style icon, many pieces that Kate wears promptly sell out.

 

Although the Duchess has an excellent sense of style, dressing up to turn heads is not the only thing that she is good at.

 

Kate is also a keen sportswoman and excelled in tennis and hockey during her school days. Before she became a member of the royal family, the Duchess was a buyer for a high street brand “Jigsaw”.