Kate Moss Transforms Style: Embraces Feminine Elegance at Help for Heroes Charity Event

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Have you seen Kate Moss look sweet, feminine, clean, and polished? You know, Stepford wife kind of lady-like? I bet your answer would be no. Blame it on her boho-cum-rock chic style, which usually gives us a stylish but somewhat messy-looking Kate more often than not.

Blame it on her boho-cum-rock chic style, which usually gives us a stylish but somewhat messy-looking Kate more often than not.

Kate Moss sheds her usual outfit for a neater, more feminine, and put-together look at the Help for Heroes Charity and Auction Dinner in LondonKate Moss sheds her usual outfit for a neater, more feminine, and put-together look at the Help for Heroes Charity and Auction Dinner in London (Credit: Zibi / Olga Bermejo / WENN)

Last week, however, was different. Kate shed her usual outfit for a neater, more feminine, and put-together look when she attended the Help for Heroes Charity and Auction Dinner in London.

Not only did she don a very feminine dress, but the dress itself was floral. She topped the strapless number with a black dinner jacket to give it a modern and sophisticated take.

Embracing femininity: Kate Moss in a floral, vintage-style strapless dress at the 2010 Help for Heroes Auction, Harry's Bar, London, October 7, 2010Embracing femininity: Kate Moss in a floral, vintage-style strapless dress at the 2010 Help for Heroes Auction, Harry’s Bar, London, October 7, 2010 (Credit: Zibi / Olga Bermejo / WENN)

Wow, this is quite a surprise coming from her. But I like it (save for the overly long hemline). It’s a fresh look for her. Seeing a different Kate once in a while is good. It breaks the monotony.

So, what do you think of Kate’s latest take on dresses? Do you like it? Or do you prefer her usual?

Whether or not you do, I think it is worthy enough to copy, given the change in “scenery.” Here’s my interpretation of Kate’s fabulously feminine outfit:

Outfit inspired by Kate MossDresses: Betsey Johnson Evening Sense and Sensibility Dress; Jax Strapless Embroidered Taffeta Dress, $178; Blazers: 7 For All Mankind Double Knit Blazer, $245; Radcliffe Denim English Jacket, $99; Clutch: Brighton Swiss Clutch, $100; Pumps: Stuart Weitzman Flame; Ring: Carole Magic Jet Florette Ring; Earrings: ABS Allen Schwartz Jet Faceted Drop Earrings, $69

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