Wrap up dress in pink paisley pattern on a charcoal grey silk jersey background. It has pink piping along the torso, collar, cuffs and pockets and a surplice v-neck and a self-belt. It is called the “Duenne” dress and it is by Diane von Furstenberg.
I am not too fond of this dress as I am not a fan of the print.
1- Kate Middleton wore this dress in 2002 at a party at St Andrews university.
2- The dress was worn again in 2005 for a dinner with Prince William.
3- The Duchess of Cambridge wore the dress on 16th September 2012 when leaving Sabah, Borneo Island.
4- The dress was worn again on 19th June 2014 for a children hospital visit at Treehouse, Ipswich.
Charcoal grey cotton velvet dress with cap sleeves, with a white organza ribbon at the waist, fastened at the front with 2 covered buttons and 3 snap fasteners on the front of the skirt. There are 6 pleats at the front and 6 pleats at the back. White cotton Peter Pan collar. Size: 18 months old.
Off white cotton velvet dress with cap sleeves, fastened at the front with 2 sky blue covered buttons and 3 snap fasteners on the front of the skirt. There are 6 pleats at the front and 6 pleats at the back. Sky blue and beige flower pattern Peter Pan collar. Size: 6 months old.
Pearl and powder blue jacquard suit consisting of pencil skirt and a short jacket with a short stand-up collar with thin V neckline, long sleeves with three button cuffs, concealed hook and eye closure at the front, darted front and back and structural shoulder pads. It is by Alexander McQueen.
This is a beautiful suit very luxurious like all Alexander McQueen designs, I particularly like the fabric used for this outfit.
1- The Duchess of Cambridge wore this suit on 14th June 2014 to attend the Trooping the Colour parade in London.
Pink and white “Blossom” floral knee-length dress with long billowing sleeves, a nipped in waist and a full skirt. It has pleating on the shoulders and cuffs and a thin tie around the waist. The dress has a concealed zip fastening at the centre back. It is 100% silk chiffon print with bemberg/acetate lining. It is by Beulah.
I personally don’t like this dress at all on Kate as I find it quite old fashioned.
1- The Duchess of Cambridge wore it on 30th June 2012 to attend the wedding of Marlborough school friend Alice St John Webster in Taunton, Somerset.
Light pink and white gingham dress covered with very soft tulle with gathered sleeves in tulle, fastened at the back with five mother-of-pearl buttons.
Size: 18 months old
Height: 41 cm (16 in)
Underam width: 30 cm (11,8 in)
100 % cotton tulle 100% polyester
Handmade in France
Sharply tailored wool blend cobalt blue “Emile” coat. It features a bold, stand-up collar, a single button fastening and two front pockets, this sharply-cut staple is neatly panelled to flatter the figure. It is by Reiss.
This is a nice enough coat and it is a vibrant colour, but it lacks originality to my taste.
1- The Duchess of Cambridge wore it on 18th September 2015 to attend the England v Fiji Group A Rugby World Cup 2015 match in London.
A delightful chocolate brown hooded mini cape lined with cream milleraie velvet. The hood is detachable and is fixed with five little buttons, the cape is fastened at the front with three mother of pearl buttons.
Size: 18 months old
Height of the cape: 19 cm (7,5 in)
100% polyester, lining 100 % cotton
Handmade in France
Purple brown wool suit consisting of a four-buttons virgin wool plaid blazer with side pockets and a calf-length “trumpet” skirt. The suit is by Michael Kors.
This is a classic British suit with the twist of the long “trumpet” skirt instead of the pencil skirt. I find the skirt a bit too long on the Duchess given her age but it is nice to see her in a different look.
1- The Duchess of Cambridge wore this suit on 27th December 2015 to attend the Sunday Service St. Mary Magdalene Church, Sandringham.
2- The suit was worn again on 10th January 2016 to celebrate the100th anniversary of the end of the Gallipoli campaign, church of St Mary Magdalene, Sandringham.