Lavender blue double wool Ashleigh full length coat giving a new look at the trench design, featuring a removable shoulder cape, a peaked collar, two front pockets and a waist-cinching belt fastening. By Mulberry.
I personally don’t like this coat at all, I very dislike the removable cape and don’t like the features in general.
1- The Duchess of Cambridge wore it on 28th February 2019 in Ballymena, Country Antrim, Northern Ireland.
Soft cable-knit mascarpone cream, navy and crimson cricket sweater in a feminine cut featuring a ribbed V-neck with two contrast stripes, long sleeves with ribbed cuffs and striped trim, a ribbed hem with striped trim. Viscose, nylon, wool, cotton, cashmere. By Ralph Lauren.
Nice classic sweater.
1- Kate wore it on 27th February 2019 at Windsor Park Football Stadium, home of the Irish Football Association in Belfast.
Light-weight mint Lurex dress woven with shimmering threads slightly fitted at the bust and waist and loose at the hip. The dress features an elegant V-shaped neckline, long sleeves and a pleated midi skirt. 75% rayon, 16% cupro, 9% polyester. By Missoni.
Nice shimmering cocktail dress, beautiful on Kate.
1- The Duchess of Cambridge wore this cocktail dress on 27th February 2019 to attend a party at Belfast’s Empire Music Hall.
Country classic weed Teflon® coated jacket with a stand-up collar to provide protection and warmth. It is gently fitted to give a feminine silhouette, it has gathered patch pockets and is fastened with a durable zip with a placket, finished with distinctive cast metal buttons – 100% Pure New Wool. By Dubarry.
Very nice and feminine country jacket.
1- The Duchess of Cambridge wore it on 23rd December 2018 during a shopping trip in Norfolk.
2- Kate wore it again on 15th January 2019 when she visited the King Henry’s Walk Garden in Islington in London.
3- This Dubarry jacket was also worn in February 2019 when making plans for her “Back to Nature” garden, which will be entered at the RHS Chelsea Flower show with Andree Davies and Adam White at Kensington Palace, London.