November 2010

16th November, engagement, Buckingham Palace London UK

November 2011 Engagement portrait, Cornwall room, St James Palace, London

21st November 2010, leaving her parents’ home, Bucklebury, Berkshire, Britain

19th November 2010, leaves her parents’ home, Bucklebury, Berkshire, Britain

17th November 2010 leaving Westminster Abbey flanked by courtiers and church officials, London

25th November 2010 Engagement portrait St James Palace

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Duchess Kate: Hurst Rose print top and midi skirt by Erdem

Midi length skirt with a fitted high waist, tucked folds that create volume and pockets combined with a top featuring elbow-length sleeves and boatneck design. They are both crafted from a romantic Hurst Rose print cotton faille with a slight sheen. By Erdem.

Lovely floral ensemble, with a lovely romantic pattern.

1- The Duchess of Cambridge wore the top and skirt on 18th July 2017 at the Stutthof concentration camp in Poland.

Duchess Kate: white midi-length cocktail dress with architectural black detailing by Gosia Baczynska

White silk midi-length cocktail dress with architectural black detailing. The sleeveless dress features black-edge pleats on the bottom part of the dress, delicate leaf black embellishment at the waist and a deep v-neckline. By Polish designers, Gosia Baczynska.

This is a daring choice for the Duchess, I like the embellisment at the waist and the black detailing on the skirt and the fabric. I don’t like the conic effect at the breast.

1- The Duchess of Cambridge wore this dress 17th July 2017 at a garden party in Warsaw.

Duchess Kate: White wool and silk-blend twill peplum coat by Alexander McQueen

White wool and silk-blend twill peplum coat. It features a V neckline, concealed button fastenings through double-breasted front, three-quarter sleeves and it kicks out at the waist into a rippling peplum that softly folds at the back. By Alexander McQueen.

 

The version worn by Kate doesn’t have the rippling peplum at the back and seems to be white and not ivory like the original coat on these pictures. It is a beautiful coat, very elegant and very nicely tailored.

1- Kate wore it on 17th July 2017 in Warsaw, Poland.

Duchess Kate: white and botanical print dress by Catherine Walker

Summer dress with a white bodice and a wild flowers print skirt. The dress features cap sleeves, a fitted bodice and a flared skirt. By Catherine Walker.

Lovely and fresh dress, ideal for the summer.

1- Kate wore the dress on 16 July 2017 to attend the men’s final at Wimbledon.

Duchess Kate: Everly pale blue stretch crepe dress by Preen by Thornton Bregazzi

Pale blue stretch crepe dress with a gathered waist. The dress features short sleeves, is fitted at the bust and waist, loose at the hip is made of mid-weight, slightly stretchy fabric and has an exposed zip fastening along the back. 65% acetate, 29% polyamide, 6% elastane; lining: 77% polyamide, 23% elastane. By Preen by Thornton Bregazzi.

 

A pretty dress which seems very comfortable and is very feminine. I would have chosen a different colour though or it needs bold accessories.

1- Kate wore this dress on 13th July 2017 at the Natural History Museum in London.

Duchess Kate: baby pink lace gown by Marchesa

Bespoke delicate baby-pink guipure lace and beige tulle gown. It features distinctive flared cuffs, a scalloped, plunging neckline, a v-neckline at the back, and a concealed hook and zip fastening at back. By Marchesa.

 

This is a beautiful gown, however I find the colour a bit washed out and the neckline is too plunging.

1- The Duchess of Cambridge wore the gown on 12th July 2017 to attend the Buckingham Palace state banquet in honour of the Spanish King and Queen’s first official UK visit.