Bespoke pale blue silk blend, full skirted summer sleeveless dress with an empire line design. It is based on the “CZ dress” which was created in honour of famed socialite and style icon, CZ Guest. From the New Zealand-born and London-based designer Emilia Wickstead.
It is a nice creation with simple and pure lines.
1- Kate wore this dress on 24th April 2013 for the Art Room charity reception at the National Portrait Gallery in London when she was pregnant with Prince George.
The sharp and precisely cut shoulders of the grass green “Evelyn” Venetian wool coat dress are softened by the full A line skirt with hand pick stitching. The coat dress has a high neckline and a front zip and it is fastened by a large belt in the same fabric. By Catherine Walker.
This style really suits the Duchess. I am not really keen on the colour of this coat dress though.
1- The Duchess of Cambridge wore it on 24th April 2014 at the National Portrait Gallery in Canberra, Australia.
2- The coat dress was worn again on 23rd May 2016 at the Chelsea Flower Show in London.
White double-breasted blouse and navy skirt from Alexander McQueen’s Pre-Fall 2011 collection. It consists of a cream sheer silk-georgette blouse with navy trims, stand collar, gold button-fastening epaulets, long sleeves, button-fastening cuffs and a military-style frogging at the front and a flared hem. There is a concealed button and snap fastenings through the front. It is matched with a navy wool-crepe skirt with gold anchor-embossed button embellishment, front flap, two side slant pocket details, two symmetrical front slits. It also has a concealed zip and hook fastenings at side.
1- Kate wore this military style ensemble on 19th August 2011 to visit the Summerfield Community Centre in Birmingham with Prince William.
2- The Duchess of Cambridge wore the ensemble again on 18th june 2014 at Bletchley park in London.
3- The Duchess of Cambridge wore the shirt and skirt again on 20th May 2016 when supporting the 1851 Trust in Portsmouth.
“Darla” floral print silk dress in an array of vivid colours with buttoned three-quarter length sleeves, a rounded neckline, a subtle pleat at the hemline and a cut-out at the back with two button closure. Fastened with a back zipper. By the Canadian designer Erdem.
Very fussy print that doesn’t allow to see the details of this dress.
1- Kate wore it on 2nd March 2015 at the Goring Hotel’s 105th birthday celebration in London.
Preppy blue (featuring a large print of navy blue, teal blue and white) Geo jacquard midi cotton skirt with a front pleat a back concealed zipper. By the American brand Banana Republic.
I am not keen on this skirt. The print is too big to my taste and it looks huge on the Duchess.
1- Kate wore it on 16th May 2016 to launch with the Duke of Cambridge and Prince Harry the Heads Together campaign with seven mental health charities at London’s Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in London.
Slim fitting cream silk “Binky” blouse featuring a round neck and full sleeves that gather into the cuffs with silk covered buttons. By the brand Goat.
I really like this blouse, silk really enhances garments. The gathers at the sleeves are very feminine.
1- The Duchess of Cambridge wore the blouse on 16th May 2016 to launch the Heads Together campaign with seven mental health charities at London’s Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park London. The Duchess was accompanied by the Duke of Cambridge and Prince Harry.
Soft gold sleeveless sequin dress featuring all-over sequin embellishment, a bateau neckline, and a figure-hugging silhouette. The gown is floor length with a broche-accented empire waist and a back keyhole detail. By Jenny Packham.
This is a very glamorous dress, I love the glimmering effect.
1- The Duchess of Cambridge wore this gown on 12th Septembre 2013, at the Tusk Conservation award ceremony in London.