William and Kate touched down in Canada this evening as they began their first royal tour together.
The Canadian military plane that carried the couple landed at Ottawa’s international airport. The smiling couple stepped off the plane into and shook hands with Canadian officials before leaving immediately for the National War Memorial.
Kate switched out of the blue Roland Mouret dress she wore when she boarded at London’s Heathrow airport into a navy three-quarter-sleeved, lacy, form-fitting ‘Cecile’ shift dress (Resort 2012 collection – $2,850) by Erdem Moralioglu, a Canadian designer born in Montreal and tan pumps.
The dress had a scoop-back with contrast stone crepe and a navy lace overlay. The sheer lace sleeves have a scallop detail.
Kate accesorized with some old friends, the LK Bennett Sledge2 pump in light taupe and carried the envelope clutch that we have yet to ID.
Kate had her tresses styled into a demi-chignon.
Below is a close up of Kate’s bracelet
We’re thinking that this bracelet looks like The Tiffany & Co Elsa Peretti® Diamonds by the Yard® bracelet $525. The bracelet is sterling silver with 3 round diamonds.
Kate’s earrings are Tiffany & Co. 18k Gold by designer Elsa Peretti. The stones are diamonds and cabochon sapphires. They match her diamond and carbochon sapphire necklace. Both are no longer available for purchase.
The first time we saw her wear the earrings and necklace was during the official engagement announcement at Clarence House on Nov. 16, 2010.
I have found some additional info on Kate’s Erdem dress. Below is a decription from the Bergdof Goodman website:
Stone with navy lace overlay.
Bateau neckline; scoop back.
Sheer three-quarter sleeves; scalloped trim.
Fitted silhouette; straight hem hits at knee.
Hidden back zip.
Viscose/spandex; lace, viscose/polyamide; lining, polyester/spandex.
Made in United Kingdom of Italian material.