Cut from a soft and sumptuous silk, this flowing dress cascades over the figure to a demure midi length and features loose-fitting sleeves, a round neck and a beautiful all-over print. 100% Silk, Lining: 100% Polyester. By L.K. Bennett.
1- Kate wore this pretty dress on 10th July 2019 at the King Power Royal Charity Polo Day, held in honour of late Leicester City owner Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha.
Inspired by vintage design, the Parker high-waisted navy trousers are a modern take on 70s tailoring. They are detailed with four buttons across the high waist and wide legs. Fabric Composition: 64% Polyester, 33% Viscose, 3% Elastane. By L. K. Bennett.
1- The Duchess of Cambridge wore these trousers on 7th May 2019 to launch the inaugural King’s Cup charity regatta ,Greenwich, south London.
Crafted from green and cream patterned pure silk, the Mortimer dress features a fitted waist helping shape an hourglass silhouette, a round neck, long sleeves, pearl buttons at the front and cuffs and tie detail to the neckline.
Fabric Composition: 100% Silk
Lining: 100% Polyester
This is an elegant dress but I am not overly keen on it as it looks a bit old fashioned to my taste.
1- It was worn on 11th December 2018 for a visit to the Evelina London Children’s Hospital and homeless resource centre The Passage.
Black and white Delli coat cut from a fine houndstooth weave in virgin wool, its sleek and tailored silhouette is designed with a high crew neckline, concealed button-down front and two useful flap pockets to the front that boast a military-inspired aesthetic. Falling to a mid-calf length, the detachable waist belt provides a flattering shaping accent, while the timeless check print is a key, on-trend style this season. By L.K. Bennett.
1- The Duchess of Cambridge wore this coat on 6th December 2017 in Manchester.
Chiffon with textured velvet print “Cersei” evergreen silk dress featuring a high neck, long sheer sleeves and ankle-length full skirt. Fabric Composition: main: 55% Silk, 45% Viscose, lining: 100% Polyester. By L. K. Bennett.
I am not a big fan of this dress, it is too dark, the fabric pattern is too fussy and the cut not very modern in my opinion. The only thing I like about it is the quality of the fabric.
1- The Duchess of Cambridge wore this dress on 22nd November 2016 at the Natural History Museum in Kensington, London.
“Eugenia” skirted red dress with short sleeves, featuring a fitted bodice with a full skirt falling just above the knee and multiple contoured seams. 65% Poyester, 30% Viscose, 5% Elastane. By L. K. Bennett.
I like this pretty dress, it is youthfull and comfortable and very feminine.
1- The Duchess of Cambridge wore the Eugenia dress on 25th August 2016 during YoungMinds helpline service in London.
Silhouette-skimming “Lasa” knee-length blend cotton dress adorned with bright snorkel blue poppies arranged in an artful print against a white backdrop. The dress features bust darts, zip fastening and a petticoat. By the British brand L.K. Bennett.
This is a fantastic dress, I love everything about it, the shape, the print, the colours and the way it looks on the Duchess.
1- The Duchess of Cambridge wore the dress on 19th April 2014 in Brisbane, Australia.
2- The Poppy dress was worn again on 24th August 2016 when visiting a youth project in Luton.
This is the “Addison” multi azure printed silk dress with its jewel-toned print, sheer long sleeves and ankle grazing length. By the British brand L.K. Bennett.
I partly like this dress and I partly dislike it. I like the material, the length, the effect it gives when it is worn. But I am not too keen on the print, and it looks a bit old-fashioned when it is worn by the Duchess.
1- Kate wore this dress on 22nd April 2016 for a dinner with Michelle and Barack Obama at the home of the Duke and the Duchess of Cambridge in Kensington Palace, London.
The “Jude” jacket by L.K. Bennett beautifully tailored with a nipped waist, this teal wool jacket features kick-pleat detailing at the back and uses a soft wool feeling luxe to the touch. The “Davina” dress by L.K. Bennett is beautifully tailored in a luxurious crepe. Elegantly designed, it’s chic, gentle ruching down one side adds to the already feminine silhouette. The asymmetrically cut neckline gives this dress a modern edge, while the capped sleeves are kept simple to ensure understated glamour and chic.
1- The Duchess of Cambridge wore the dress and jacket together on 8th March 2012 in London as she joined the Queen on first day of Diamond Jubilee tour. The jacket was cinched with a black leather belt and the Duchess wore a black fascinator to complete the look.
2- The Duchess of Cambridge wore the dress and jacket again on 9th December 2015 to attend a charity fundraiser on the trading floor in London.