Blend-wool deep red double-breasted claret twill blazer inspired by the work of French designer Jean Bouquin who is famed for dressing the St Tropez jetset in the ’60s and style icon Brigitte Bardot. It features peak lapels and embossed gold buttons. From the Philosophy di Lorenzo Serafini Resort ’17 collection.
Nice classic blazer, however the material makes the garment look slightly shapeless when worn by the Duchess. The colour is lovely though.
1- Kate wore the blazer on 14th February 2017 when visiting young people at RAF Wittering near Peterborough.
Bespoke version of the long tier black mix violet jacquard dress. Kate’s dress doesn’t include the thin straps and boning within the bodice with built in bra construction. It is instead an off-the-shoulder version of the dress. The black silk-blend dress features a floaty full skirt divided in tiers by black ribbons, a black satin waistband and is beautifully embroidered with green and violet flowers. It has organza layering throughout the skirt. From the Alexander McQueen’s Resort 2016 collection.
I am not a big fan of this dress, I think it lacks lustre and it doesn’t fit the Duchess as it accentuates her lack of feminine hips.
1- The Duchess of Cambridge wore the dress on 12th February 2017 to attend the 70th annual British Academy Film Awards at the London’s Royal Albert Hall.
Wool blend ultraviolet three quarter length pleated jacket featuring a pointed collar, dual breast pockets, front black buttons and a pleating flared hem. The matching skirt is in the same material and features a full shape with box pleating and a hidden back zipper. By Oscar de la Renta.
This is a lovely suit, I particularly like the skirt with its nice shape given by the box pleating on the material.
1- The Duchess of Cambridge wore the suit on 20th December 2016 at Buckingham Palace for the Queen’s Christmas lunch.
2- The suit was worn again on 6th February 2017 to attend the Guild of Health Writers conference focusing on mental health in London.
Vivid red quilted ski jacket inspired by the energy of Greenland’s Northern Lights. Cut from mid-weight durable Airtastic EX shell, it is padded with insulating down, has a protective high neck and is finished with soft ribbed cuffs. It is made of red and navy shell and had a partially concealed zip fastening through the front. By the French brand Perfect Moment.
Lovely padded jacket that I would love to own!
1- Kate wore it on 5th February 2017 during a training day at the Olympic Park 2017 for the Virgin Money London Marathon for Heads Together.
2- The Duchess of Cambridge wore the padded jacket again on 13th February 2017 when taking part in a new show about the London Marathon hosted by Nick Knowles at St Mary’s university, London.
Rich green boiled-wool “Sinead” collarless jacket featuring a subtle peplum and bodice detailing to the back to define the figure, and fastening with an exposed front-zip. Matching pencil skirt. By Hobbs.
This is a very elegant suit, the colour is nice. I am not a big fan of the boiled-wool material though.
1- The Duchess of Cambridge wore this suit on 24th January 2017 at East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices in Quidenham, Norfolk.
Red suit consisting of a pencil skirt and peplum jacket cinched at the waist with a black belt with a small bow, a wide collar and fastened at the front with big black buttons. By Italian designer Luisa Spagnoli.
1- Kate wore it on 25th February 2011 during a visit to St Andrew University, Scotland.
2- The suit was worn again on 14th April 2014 in Christchurch, New Zealand.
3- It was worn again on 16th December 2015 to attend the Christmas lunch at Buckingham Palace.
4- The popular suit was worn again on 6th February 2017 when visiting a north London primary school with the Duke of Cambridge.