Petrol blue Christina Dress featuring a trim stand collar, long sleeves, a body fit, with a concealed back zip closure, a curved waist, long length flared skirt and a straight hem. The dress has a velvet finish with impressive floral design. 77% Viscose, 23% Silk. By Erdem.
1- The Duchess of Cambridge wore this dress on 31st January 2018 at the Fotografiska Gallery Stockholm in Sweden.
Warm and comfortable patterned knitted uncle blue woollen Ovik Folk knit sweater with a pattern inspired by Nordic folklore. featuring a round neckline with rolled edge and hem and sleeves with rolled edges. 100% Wool. By Fjallraven.
1- Kate wore this colourful sweater on 30th January 2018 underneath her Tolladine shearling trench coat by Burberry during a bandy hockey event at Vasaparken Stockholm, Sweden.
The ‘Tolladine’ coat features buckled cuffs, epaulettes and a storm flap. Crafted in Italy from black shearling, this slightly loose style has a double-breasted front that can be cinched using the detachable belt, and a back vent for ease of movement. The fluffy collar and lining will keep you so warm on brisk days. 100% shearling (Lamb); pocket lining: 100% leather (Lamb). By Burberry.
1- The Duchess of Cambridge wore this warm coat on 30th January 2018 at a bandy hockey event at Vasaparken Stockholm, Sweden.
The Florrie printed woven maternity dress offers a fresh approach to florals in marine ocean shades. Made in soft woven fabric, this elegant dress drapes beautifully, allowing plenty of movement and a flexible fit before, during and after pregnancy. Featuring a feminine curved empire waist. 100% Viscose. By Seraphine.
1- The Duchess of Cambridge wore this dress on 19th January 2015 during a visit to Kensington and Chelsea, London. Kate was pregnant with Princess Charlotte.
2- The dress was worn again on 10th January 2018 during a visit to Reach Academy, Feltham, London. The Duchess was pregnant with Prince Louis.
3- The Florrie dress was worn another time during her third pregnancy underneath her Natasha maternity coat by Seraphine on 24th January 2018 during a visit to the Maurice Wohl Clinical Neuroscience Institute at King’s College, London.