Duchess Kate: cream coat by Catherine Walker

Bespoke princess silhouette collared cream coat featuring an inserted waistband, an off-center front closure with a hidden placket and front flap pockets. The collar, pockets and seams are edged with a beige trim. By Catherine Walker.

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This is a gorgeous coat, it is elegant, perfectly tailored and made with a beautiful soft coloured fabric.

1- The Duchess of Cambridge wore the coat on 1st October 2016 at Victoria Harbour Airport, Canada upon her departure with her family.

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2- The cream coat was worn again on 16th April 2017 to attend Easter Sunday service in Windsor.

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Duchess Kate: “Peony” off the shoulder black dress by Somerset by Alice Temperley

Bohemian style “Peony” black all-over red, blue and coral floral pattern viscose dress featuring an off-the-shoulder design, a nipped-in waist and a flowing midi skirt. By Somerset by Alice Temperley.

 

I am not at all a fan of this dress it looks too messy and unflattering in my opinion.

1- Kate wore it on 30th March 2017 for an intimate family dinner at the West London home Pippa shares with her fiance in London.

Duchess Kate: white, aqua and blush Deborah egg-knit sweater by Jonathan Saunders

White, aqua and blush cotton oval-knit sweater featuring a round-neck and long sleeves. The slim-fitting sweater has white ribbed-knit trimmed neckline hem and cuffs. By Jonathan Saunders.

This is an original sweater with a beautiful knit.

1- The Duchess of Cambridge wore the sweater on 13th April 2014 at the Rippa Rugby tournament at The Forsyth Barr stadium in Dunedin, New Zealand.

2- The sweater was worn again on 6th April 2017 when leaving Pippa’s west London home.

Duchess Kate: Embellished deep red tulle midi dress by Marchesa Notte

Embellished deep red tulle midi dress featuring tactile lattice and rosette motifs and partially lined  to create a sweetheart neckline. The fit-and-flare design has flexible boning and a defined bead and crystal-embellished waist. The full, layered skirt is reinforced along the hem to hold its voluminous shape. By Marchesa Notte.

 

This is a beautiful design very reminiscent of the 50s. The shape is lovely and the colour is very attractive.

1- The Duchess of Cambridge wore this dress on 4th April 2017 at the opening night of the musical 42nd Street at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane, London.

Duchess Kate: Long snake stitch coat by Missoni

Long snake stich coat with silver metallic threads shimmering within the monochromatic hues defining a textured A-line coat that’s visually shaped with an angled zigzag pattern. It features a front button fastening, patch pockets, a back vent, and an optional belt. Made of rayon/cupro/polyester. By the Italian designer Missoni.

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I find this coat elegant but a bit sad looking and I am not a fan of the zigzag pattern.

1- The Duchess of Cambridge wore it on 30th June 2016 at the Thiepval Memorial in France.

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2- The coat was worn again on 5th April 2017 when members of the Royal family attended a Service of Hope at Westminster Abbey following the terror attacks which took place in Westminster on 22 March.

Duchess Kate: dark green lace gown by Temperley London

Bespoke dark green floral pattern lace gown featuring a fitted bodice and full skirt, sheer sleeves and front upper bodice, a deeply scooped out back and a bow belt. The sleeves and collar are both trimmed in eyelash lace. By Temperley London.

This is a nice gown however I find the colour a bit dull.

1- The Duchess of Cambridge wore this gown on 21st April 2016 during a private dinner at Windsor castle to celebrate the Queen’s 90th birthday.

2- The gown was worn again on 28th March 2017 for the 2017 Portrait Gala at the National Portrait gallery in London.