Mary Berry looks chic in floral long-sleeve midi dress at Chelsea Flower Show
She's not only the Queen of Baking, Mary Berry also has an elegant and classic dress sense, with smart looks that never go out of style. And at the Chelsea Flower Show, where she's a firm regular, it's no exception.
We've rounded up some of her ensembles over the years and just like her baking, her perfectly executed looks are nothing if not consistent.
Mary was photographed attending the Chelsea Flower Show 2023 on Monday, 22 May. For her appearance, the star wore a chic blue midi dress — which is a seasonal staple. With long sleeves and a floral design, the star looked radiant.
For her 2022 visit to the RHS Chelsea Flower Show, Mary wore a relaxed blue shirt dress covered in a pretty white floral print, and matched with a simple cream cardigan.
The look was completed with a white vest layer, bronze pumps and a simple black clutch bag.
In 2019 she stepped out in navy Teadora dress from Phase Eight, covered in brightly coloured floral embroidery with a pretty sheer half sleeve; accesorising with a tasteful pearl interrupted gold chain.
She also wore the dress to the Epsom Derby glammed up with a hat and oversized clutch, and with a contrasting fuchsia cardigan to the opening of the Duchess of Cambridge’s Back to Nature garden at RHS Wisley. So it’s clearly a versatile firm favourite.
In 2018 she looked lovely in a floral print, bodycon dress from Ted Baker, perfect for sunny occasions and even mother-of-the-bride duties.
Pairing it with low maroon heels, the dress featured a curved V-neckline, elbow length sleeves and a belted waist.
In 2017 she was seen posing with Chris Evans in the BBC Radio Two allotment-style garden, wearing an outfit by Really Wild Clothing.
Pretty in pink, Mary wore a lilac wool coat over a V-neck floral print, layered with the hem just peeking out below the jacket. The hot pink pumps were a bold choice but she’s making it work.
Also in 2017 Mary paired a sapphire pencil dress with a zesty lemon cardigan to meet HRH Queen Elizabeth II at the BBC Radio 2 Garden.
Fastening only the top two buttons gave shape to the combo which she finished off with quirky oversized blue and white pearls and a sheer raspberry lip.
2016 saw another navy number (there’s a theme here), this time paired with a sharply tailored azure blue jacket and a cheeky hot pink nail to add a dash of Mary’s mischievous charm.
Back in 2013 Mary opted for a casual jacket and skirt combo, sticking to a blue and white palette for an understated and effortless look. Her classic Longchamp shoulder tote a natural choice for this style, unbeatable for chic practicality.
The stylised flower print jacket continued the nod to the event and of course a Mary favourite, some statement pearls.
See our full RHS Chelseas Flower Show 2023 guide
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