Once more Kate Middleton has totally nailed it in a floral flowing floor-length satin gown in regal red, white, maroon and midnight blue. The predominant pattern of white orchids signifying beauty, innocence, humility and reverence. Orchids traditionally have positive associations in many cultures, healing for the Chinese, virility for the Greeks, and strength for the Aztecs. The Duchess of Cambridge was a vision of class, style and elegance on Tuesday evening at London’s Victoria & Albert Museum for the black-tie 100 Women in Hedge Funds dinner. The dress designed by Erdem Moralioglu featured a boat neckline, fitted bodice flowing at the waist, extending to an exaggerated ruffled hem flaunting a “full and feminine silhouette”. The Erdem gown is priced at £2,660 but the discerning yet thrifty amongst you can flaunt florals in a manner just as stylish as Kates for much less.