Lady Kitty Spencer just wore a very sheer dress (and it's stunning!)

The model chose a gorgeous lace design for an evening at the V&A museum

by Sophie Hamilton /

OK, it's official. Lady Kitty Spencer is the most stylish woman around right now. Hands down. The niece of the late Princess Diana has worn yet another breath-taking dress – in fact, it's so stunning we might just cancel our summer hol and buy this dress instead. Kitty wore the gorgeous Dolce & Gabbana outfit to a private view of the Frida Kahlo exhibition at London's V&A museum on Wednesday evening and once again was the belle of the ball. Earl Spencer's daughter totally wowed in the delicate pink lace dress with colourful flower detail as she arrived at the venue.

D&G was a particularly apt choice for Kitty, who had attended the designer's London party the night before in a white, red and green floral dress and matching red shoes. It appears Lady Kitty can do no wrong on the style front, always choosing elegant dresses and the ideal accessories. This time, she carried a cute, pink sequin clutch and wore the most amazing pink sandals.

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Beauty-wise the model wore her hair in a high pony with a heavy eyeliner to bring out her eyes and a nude lip – the key lipstick look of the season. Kitty went for a minimal jewellery look, so as not to distract from her colourful dress.

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Lady Kitty Spencer and Lady Emma McQuiston

Kitty was joined at the event by her friend, Lady Emma McQuiston, who was also at the D&G party the evening before. Emma looked super chic in a black floral fitted dress with a pretty floral accessory in her hair. We can't wait to see what the ladies wear next!

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