This navy lace viscose Cecile dress by Erdem has a nude lining and 3/4 sheer sleeves with a scalloped cuff edge.
The fitted knee-length dress has a boat-neck, scoop back and a hidden centre-back zipped fastening.
Very pretty and elegant dress that really suits the Duchess.
1) The Duchess of Cambridge wore it for the first time on 30th June 2011 in Ottawa, Canada.
2) Kate wore it again on 28th April 2012 at a friend’s wedding in St Andrew’s Church in Wingfield, Norfolk. She wore it with a navy hat and jacket.
Silk V neck purple dress by Issa. A figure-hugging fit with retro-inspired detailing: V neckline with ruche effect at the front, long sleeves, fitted waist, flared skirt and concealed back zip closure.
The Duchess of Cambridge wore this dress on 1st July 2011 in Ottawa, Canada to attend a rock and pop concert on Ottawa’s Parliament Hill to mark Canada day on their royal visit to the country.
This is the Reiss “Nanette” dress. The ivory dress features a frill along the front zip extending from the neckline to the hip. It has a tulip skirt and 3/4 length sleeves.
It is a lovely dress but it is a bit short for royalty.
1) Kate wore it for her engagement portrait taken on 25th November 2010 at St James Palace
2) The dress was worn again for Canada Day on 1st July 2011, Ottawa, Canada. It was accessorized with a hat by her favourite milliner Sylvia Fletcher at Lock & Co, featuring Canada’s national symbol, the maple leaf, red shoes and a diamond brooch, which was borrowed from the Queen.