Pink-and-navy with white flecks print plaid knee-length coat featuring a fitted bodice, an inset waistband, a concealed placket with snap closures, lightly padded shoulders, rounded lapels and two flap pockets on each side that hit near the upper hip. From the Resort 2016 Collection by Erdem.
Nice coat, I particularly like the print.
1- The Duchess of Cambridge wore it on 14th October 2016 in Manchester.
Bespoke ice blue wool crepe skirt suit consisting of a nipped-in fitted bodice jacket featuring a modified Peter Pan style collar, large self-covered buttons, a peplum waist, notched sleeves and a wide belt and a knee-length pencil skirt. By Catherine Walker.
Lovely suit, elegant and classy, the colour is lovely and I like the peplum details.
1- The Duchess of Cambridge wore this suit on 11th October 2016 at the Mauritshuis gallery in The Hague, the Netherlands.
The “Encore rose” tie neck pleat chiffon dress is made of a rose print on pale pink silk and features a slender removable tie at the point collar, buttons to waist, long sheer sleeves with two-button cuffs, chest patch pocket and pleats on the A-line skirt. By Kate Spade New York.
I like the material and the pleats of this dress but this is about it. I find it really old-fashioned.
1- Kate wore this dress on 10th October 2016 during World Mental Health Day engagements in London.
White textured jacket featuring two slanted front flap pockets, a welt pocket at the chest, fastening at the front with a single silver button, three silver buttons at the cuff and a center back vent. By the Spanish brand Zara.
Classic Zara blazer, looking lovely on the Duchess.
1- The Duchess of Cambridge wore this blazer on 1st October 2016 in Victoria, Canada.
Lightweight khaki green fitted jacket made from 100% cotton milled in England with a dry wax finish. The jacket features a cinched waist, pockets and a drawstring hood. By the British brand Troy London.
This is a lovely country parka.
1- Kate wore the parka on 1st October 2016 when sailing from Ogden Point into Victoria’s Inner Harbour in Canada.