'Looking fabulous!' Camilla makes symbolic nod as she steps out in red wool dress

The Duke and Duchess of Cornwall stepped out to meet the Candian community earlier today, and Camilla Parker Bowles wore a red wool dress for the occasion. The dress is believed to be a new item in the royal’s wardrobe and is made by designer Bruce Oldfield – the same person who designed Camilla’s baby blue ballgown for the James Bond premiere. 

Bruce Oldfield’s dresses are not available to buy, they are usually personally made. 

Camilla’s red dress featured a full sleeve and tucked pleats which created an A-line silhoutte from the hips. 

The dress hit just below the knee and had a small V opening breaking up the collar-less round neck.

To complete the outfit, Camilla wore a pair of black heels. 

They come from the royal’s favourite shoe brand, Sole Bliss who makes shoes for women that suffer from bunions or other foot problems. 

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Camilla has many pairs of the Ingrid heels, in several different colours. 

Today she wore the black leather pair, which are priced at £159. 

They feature a “comfortable rounded almond-shape toe” and block heel with a “ triple-layer underfoot cushioning”. 

Camilla accessorised her outfit with two neckaces; a thick gold short one and a smaller discreen chain with a small pendant. 

On her wrist was the Vintage Alhambra braclet with five motifs in yellow gold and Agate from Van Cleef & Arpels braclet. 


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