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The Duchess Of Cambridge's Off-The-Shoulder Dress Is Right On The Money

Wearing towering heels, to boot!

To quote the almighty Rihanna: Work, work, work, work, work.

Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge presented the Art Fund’s Museum of the Year prize Wednesday at the Natural History Museum in London, where she mingled with guests, admired some photography, made walking steps in super high heels seem easy, and looked absolutely stunning.

The former Kate Middleton stepped out of her comfort zone of repeat dressing in favor of a new off-the-shoulder, form-fitting cream dress by Barbara Casasola, a Brazilian designer based in London. She paired the look with a pair of $180 shoes by Brazilian brand Schutz that are already sold out on Shopbop.

Some of Kate’s followers (those who were not too busy swooning over this daring new look, anyway) wondered if perhaps the nod to two Brazilian designers hinted at potential plans to attend the Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro in August.

Others, like us, were too busy marveling at the fact that she was able to make movements like this...

...without the dreaded shoulder ride-up that’s all too familiar to people who frequent this style of shirt or dress.

Keep doing what you’re doing, girlfriend.

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