The Duchess of Cambridge has topped the Royal Wardrobe poll for a second week in a row
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She's having a good month. For the second week in a row, the Duchess of Cambridge has topped the best dressed poll and while the win this time round wasn't as comprehensive as before (what was ever going to top that golden gown?) it was still a definite victory. Kate is looking great right now.
The outfit in question was a black and white lace dress chosen for the centenary of the Somme. The muted and elegant outfit was very appropriate for the event.
The outfit, designed by Sophie Hallette, featured a peplum waist and mid length skirt and was worn with a black hat and accessories.
In joint second place was Princess Charlene of Monaco in a deep burgundy shift dress worn for the tenth anniversary of the Prince Albert II Foundation in the run up to her fifth wedding anniversary.
Queen Letizia's summery red dress worn for the launch of the Let Girls Learn initiative in Madrid with Michelle Obama was the other runner up in this week's poll.
And finishing together at the bottom of the poll were two vert different outfits. First there's the cream dress and coat chosen by Crown Princess Mette-Marit during the last days of the Silver Jubilee Tour of Norway.
And then there's the red dress worn by Charlotte Casiraghi at a horse riding event - quite similar to Letizia's but just not as popular this time round.
And that's the Royal Wardrobe.