Black honeycomb tunic sweater made of plush lambswool featuring long sleeves and thick lattice stitches texture at the turtleneck and the extended cuffs. Fabric: Soft double-knit. 100% lambswool. By Temperley London.
1- Kate wore this sweater on 29th November 2017 to visit the Robin Hood Primary School in London.
Custom made button-up grey coat dress featuring princess seams and a Peter Pan collar. The collar, cuffs, and buttons are trimmed in black velvet, and there is a decorative button at the cuff. By Catherine Walker.
Lovely coat dress, I love the features and the length of the skirt as well as the details.
1- The Duchess of Cambridge wore it on 26th August 2018 to attend Crathie Church, Balmoral, Scotland.
2- The coat dress was worn again on 28th November 2018 to visit the Leicester City Football Club in London to honor those killed in an October helicopter crash.
Red stretch-crepe ‘Finella” midi dress featuring a shoulder-framing neckline and a fitted, draped bodice that falls to a voluminous box-pleated skirt, a front pleated wrap and a zip fastening at the back. 65% acetate, 29% polyamide, 6% elastane; lining: 97% polyester, 3% elastane. By Preen by Thornton Bregazzi.
Stunning dress with a 1950’s style. I love the colour, the style, the cut, the length, the fabric.
1- The Duchess of Cambridge wore this dress on 26th September 2016 to attend a reception for political and civic leaders in British Columbia, Canada.
2- This beautiful red cocktail dress was worn again on 16th November 2018 to attend the Royal Foundation dinner at Victoria House in Bloomsbury Square, London.
Vintage-inspired double wool crepe belted, royal blue coat dress featuring three quarter length sleeves, a collar with notch cut outs, and wide pleats at the front and back. By the British fashion label Eponine.
This coat dress is elegant and is beautifully tailored but I don’t find the three-quarter sleeves comfortable especially for a winter garment.
1- The Duchess of Cambridge wore this coat on 11th January 2017 to visit the Anna Freud National Centre in London and later the Child Bereavement UK Centre in East London.
1- It was worn again on 14th November 2018 for a visit in South Yorkshire with the Duke of Cambridge.