Amelia Windsor wears silk camisole at London Fashion Week

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Lady Amelia Windsor put on a stylish display as she made a quick change to flit between parties at London Fashion Week on Monday. 

The 24-year-old fashion muse, who is the granddaughter of the Duke of Kent, oozed understated glamour as she rocked a more daring look, before switching to a monochrome ensemble. 

Model Amelia, who is 36th in line to the British throne, is signed to Storm Models and has modelled for the likes of D&G.

Lady Amelia Windsor put on a stylish display as she made a quick change to flit between parties at London Fashion Week on Monday. Arriving at the LOVE Magazine LFW Party, which celebrated issue 23 at The Standard, Amelia opted for a plunging lilac negligee-inspired camisole dress with lace edging

Lady Amelia Windsor put on a stylish display as she made a quick change to flit between parties at London Fashion Week on Monday. Arriving at the LOVE Magazine LFW Party, which celebrated issue 23 at The Standard, Amelia opted for a plunging lilac negligee-inspired camisole dress with lace edging

Lady Amelia Windsor put on a stylish display as she made a quick change to flit between parties at London Fashion Week on Monday. Arriving at the LOVE Magazine LFW Party, which celebrated issue 23 at The Standard, Amelia opted for a plunging lilac negligee-inspired camisole dress with lace edging

Proving she can rock any look, Amelia soon swapped the look for a business inspired ensemble at the International Woolmark Prize 19/20 Final at the University of Westminster

Proving she can rock any look, Amelia soon swapped the look for a business inspired ensemble at the International Woolmark Prize 19/20 Final at the University of Westminster

Proving she can rock any look, Amelia soon swapped the look for a business inspired ensemble at the International Woolmark Prize 19/20 Final at the University of Westminster

Put your best foot forward in Penelope Chilvers boots like Amelia

Lady Amelia Windsor has been from show to show during London Fashion Week, so it’s no surprise she opted to slip on her comfy Penelope Chilvers boots.

For the Woolmark Prize event, the model wore the ‘Giselle’ velvet boots which we’ve seen her in multiple times since they landed online.

But that’s the great thing about snakeskin, it’s a pattern that pretty much works with everything. Plus with the knee-length, you can easily team the boots with dresses or flared dress for a 70s vibe.

As much as we rave about the boots they’ve now sold out. But don’t be disappointed because we’ve rounded up high-street alternatives below so you can recreate Amelia’s look. And whilst you’re having a shopping spree why not snap up Amelia’s bag by Paradise Row?

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Arriving at the LOVE Magazine LFW Party, which celebrated issue 23 at The Standard, Amelia opted for a plunging lilac  negligee-inspired camisole dress with lace edging. 

The model teamed it with diamonte sandals and a nineties style handbag, keeping her accessories simple with a single gold chain. 

And proving she can rock any look, Amelia soon swapped the look for a business inspired ensemble at the International Woolmark Prize 19/20 Final at the University of Westminster. 

Rocking a matching skirt and blazer, she teamed it with a crisp white shirt and injected a splash of colour with snake print boots. 

Amelia was later pictured rocking a faux fur trim checked wool coat as she left the parties with pals.

Amelia was later pictured rocking a faux fur trim checked wool coat as she left the parties with pals

Amelia was later pictured rocking a faux fur trim checked wool coat as she left the parties with pals

Amelia was later pictured rocking a faux fur trim checked wool coat as she left the parties with pals

Amelia soon swapped the look for a business inspired ensemble at the International Woolmark Prize 19/20 Final at the University of Westminster

Amelia soon swapped the look for a business inspired ensemble at the International Woolmark Prize 19/20 Final at the University of Westminster

Amelia soon swapped the look for a business inspired ensemble at the International Woolmark Prize 19/20 Final at the University of Westminster

Amelia has modelled for the likes of Dolce &Gabbana and designed her own range of accessories in collaboration with Penelope Chilvers.

She is represented by Storm models, which represents the likes of Kate Moss and Cara Delevingne.

Additionally she has been named as a contributing editor in Tatler Magazine, and reportedly interned at jewellery house Bulgari, during her time studying at Edinburgh university.

Despite most of the royals keeping their private life off social media, Amelia is a big fan of Instagram and regularly shares glimpses at her glamorous life with her followers.

She previously told Vogue UK about Instagram: ‘It allows anyone to be creative and imaginative. I also love that we can share all the beautiful and meaningful things we see and hear in the world. I find it so inspiring and uplifting.’

The society beauty, who is 36th in line to the British throne, was also named among Vanity Fair’s 2017 Best Dressed List. 

She is the daughter of George Windsor, Earl of St Andrews, and his wife, Sylvana Tomaselli, the granddaughter of the Duke and Duchess of Kent and Prince Harry’s third cousin.

Rocking a matching skirt and blazer, she teamed it with a crisp white shirt and injected a splash of colour with animal print boots

Rocking a matching skirt and blazer, she teamed it with a crisp white shirt and injected a splash of colour with animal print boots

Rocking a matching skirt and blazer, she teamed it with a crisp white shirt and injected a splash of colour with animal print boots

 

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