Bespoke version of the macramé pussy bow corydalis blue shirt featuring sheer long sleeves, a macramé trim, a selt tie bow, front button closure and it is partially lined. Composition: 50% cotton 25% polyester 25% silk. Made in Lebanon. By Elie Saab.
The maxi length skirt is made of embroidered tulle and features a sheer A-line skirt with embroidered with metallic dots throughout. It is fully line with a zipper closure at the back. Composition: 68% polyester 17% silk 10% cotton 4% polyamide. Made in Lebanon. By Elie Saab.
1- The Duchess of Cambridge wore these two items on 18th June 2019 when attending the Ascot races.
Red tartan mid-calf-length woven pleated skirt featuring a removable belt and a concealed zip-fastening at the back.
Polyester 98%spandex/elastane 2%. By Emilia Wickstead.
1- The Duchess of Cambridge wore this pretty skirt on 4th December 2018 at a Christmas Party for families & children of deployed personnel from RAF Coningsby and RAF Marham serving in Cyprus held at the Orangery in London.
Wool-blend black and white bouclé skirt with contrast button fastening and a yarn fringe detail peeking out from the side by Dolce & Gabbana.
I love this very modern skirt, it is very pretty with original details.
1- The Duchess of Cambridge wore this skirt on 17th February 2016 at Kensington Palace in London when Guest Editor of Huffington Post.
2- Kate wore this skirt again on 4th November 2016 during a visit to the Nelson Trust Women’s Centre in Gloucestershire.
White double-breasted blouse and navy skirt from Alexander McQueen’s Pre-Fall 2011 collection. It consists of a cream sheer silk-georgette blouse with navy trims, stand collar, gold button-fastening epaulets, long sleeves, button-fastening cuffs and a military-style frogging at the front and a flared hem. There is a concealed button and snap fastenings through the front. It is matched with a navy wool-crepe skirt with gold anchor-embossed button embellishment, front flap, two side slant pocket details, two symmetrical front slits. It also has a concealed zip and hook fastenings at side.
1- Kate wore this military style ensemble on 19th August 2011 to visit the Summerfield Community Centre in Birmingham with Prince William.
2- The Duchess of Cambridge wore the ensemble again on 18th june 2014 at Bletchley park in London.
3- The Duchess of Cambridge wore the shirt and skirt again on 20th May 2016 when supporting the 1851 Trust in Portsmouth.
Preppy blue (featuring a large print of navy blue, teal blue and white) Geo jacquard midi cotton skirt with a front pleat a back concealed zipper. By the American brand Banana Republic.
I am not keen on this skirt. The print is too big to my taste and it looks huge on the Duchess.
1- Kate wore it on 16th May 2016 to launch with the Duke of Cambridge and Prince Harry the Heads Together campaign with seven mental health charities at London’s Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in London.
This full-length purple and turquoise patterned wrap skirt was especially made by tailors in London using fabric sourced from local weaver Kelzang Wangmo who is based in Thimphu and often weaves for the royal family in Bhutan. These fabrics are made by hand with no use of machinery, with Kelzang and her team relying on traditional techniques from making the texture to dyeing the material.
This skirt is made of a fabulous high quality fabric, it looks gorgeous and the colours are beautiful.
1- The Duchess of Cambridge wore this skirt on 14th April 2016 at the capital of Thimphu by King of Bhutan Jigme Khesar Namgyel Wangchuck and his wife Jetsun Pema.
This is a custom-made royal blue slim fitted dogtooth wool tailored coat with belt. The coat had hidden fastening and Princess seaming. The kilt-style skirt is in the same dogtooth wool fabric. By Scottish designer Christopher Kane.
This is a marvelous coat in a fantastic shade, it looks very nice on the Duchess.
1- Kate wore the coat and kilt on 23rd October 2015 at the Dundee Rep Theatre in Scotland.
Classic pleated A-line black and white houndstooth wool skirt featuring a flat fronted apron fastened with black leather side buckles. Finished with a traditional Kilt pin. By the Scottish label Le Kilt.
1- The Duchess of Cambridge wore this kilt on 24th February 2016 when supporting some children’s mental health charities in Edinburgh, Scotland.
Short fitted jacket with a asymmetrical side zipper and patch pockets with flaps by Max Mara’s Autumn/Winter 2013 collection.
Crepe navy skirt featuring pleats all the way around with a button and concealed zip to fasten at centre back. 63% Polyester,33% Viscose,4% Elastane. It is by the Irish designer Orla Kiely.
It is a very pretty combination giving a lovely and youthful look. Navy is a very nice colour on Kate.
1- The Duchess of Cambridge wore the combination of these two garments on 20th November 2013 to visit the Place2Be forum in London.