Who designed Kate Middleton's floral dress? How much did it cost?
She paid tribute to Diana with her look.
Look, we're all unique. Everyone has their own style, their own take on trends, but we can't really get behind Kate Middleton's latest look.
We usually dig most of what the Duchess wears but her choice for a black tie event on Tuesday evening was a little left of field for our tastes.
She and William are currently on a royal tour of Sweden and Norway and attended a black tie dinner at the British ambassador's residence in Stockholm hosted by Swedish prime Minister Stefan Löfven and his wife, Ulla Löfven.
Kate's floral dress is a silk-crepe de Chine 'Stephanie' gown by Erdem and costs £1,945, or around €2,209.
The choice of outfit is thought to have been a nod to the occasion - the colours gold and blue are the national colours of Sweden - or possibly a tribute to British design.
Kate's a longtime fan of the brand and has been spotted in Erdem dresses plenty of times.
Either way, Kate looked happy enough to be rocking it.
She also managed to subtly include her late mother-in-law in her ensemble by wearing a pair of pearl earrings and a pearl bracelet that belonged to Princess Diana.
They're just two of the pieces of jewellery that Kate inherited from Diana's collection when she married William.
As well as her famous engagement ring, she also has diamond and sapphire earrings and a tiara that were Diana's.