“Obsession” talisman print silk dress in ivory. The Talisman pattern includes flowers, hummingbirds, lipsticks – as well as the label’s trademark: skulls. The dress features short sleeves, a jewel neckline, nips in at waist and an A-line silhouette and a zip at the back. The Duchess wore a longer version of this dress. By Alexander McQueen.
This is an interesting dress with an unusual pattern and a complete symmetrical structure of the dress.
1- The Duchess of Cambridge wore this dress on 10th July 2016 at attend the men’s final at Wimbledon.
Cobalt blue crepe cady dress with a round neck and short sleeves, two-dart front and back detail. The slim-fitting dress has a hidden centre-back zip fastening. 64% viscose, 33% acetate, 3% elastane. It is by Stella McCartney.
I like this dress, I like the simplicity of the cut the colour and the two-dart detailing.
1- The Duchess of Cambridge wore it on 19th July 2012 to visit the Games exhibition at National Portrait Gallery in London.
2- She wore it again on 2nd August 2012 to watch a tennis game during the Olympic games in London.
3- The dress was seen again on 20th April 2014 in Canberra, Australia.
4- The Duchess wore it also on 29th July 2014 at the Glasgow Commonwealth Games.
5- The Stella McCartney “Ridley” dress was worn again on 8th July 2016 at the Royal International Air Tattoo in Gloucestershire.
Cream stretch-jersey off-the-shoulder figure-sculpting midi dress flaring out from the thigh. It is paneled with sheer mesh inserts and features a zip fastening along the front. 82% viscose, 16% polyester, 2% polyamide. By the London-based Brazil-born fashion designer Barbara Casasola.
This is a beautiful, glamorous and original dress.
1- The Duchess of Cambridge wore this dress on 6th July 2016 to present an award at the Natural History Museum in London.