Duchess Kate: sapphire blue embroidered gown and shawl by Jenny Packham

Sapphire blue floor-length gown hand embroidered with ornate silver beading, featuring a full gathered chiffon skirt  trailing along the floor, a boat neckline and long sleeves. The gown is completed with a sheer shawl in matching blue with sparkling beading. The beading was done by artisans in India. It is a bespoke piece by Jenny Packham.

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I like the effect of the skirt of this gown as well as the long beaded sleeves and corsage. I however prefer it without the shawl, as it makes the whole look a bit tacky.

1- The Duchess of Cambridge wore the gown on 10th April 2016 to attend a gala in Mumbai, India.

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2- The gown was publicy seen again on 9th March 2020 to host a reception to mark the 25th anniversary of children’s charity Place2Be.

Duchess Kate: bespoke corydalis blue pussy bow shirt with long tulle skirt by Elie Saab

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.

Duchess Kate: blue linen roll sleeve shirt by Jaeger

Lightweight blue linen shirt featuring ¾ length sleeves, a pointed collar, buttoned front, tabbed sleeves with button and buttoned breast pocket. By Jaeger.

1- This shirt was worn in May 2019 when the Duchess was working on the Back to Nature garden project for the Chelsea Flower Show in London.

Duchess Kate: bespoke Amber peacock blue coat dress by Catherine Walker

Bespoke wool-crepe peacoclk blue coat dress based off the designer’s ‘Amber’ style featuring a high neck collar, flared skirt and front fastening covered buttons. By Catherine Walker.

1- This coat dress was worn on 25th April 2019 to attend the Anzac Day service at Westminster Abbey, London.

Duchess Kate: dove grey coat by Alexander McQueen

Custom-made dove grey tailored coat featuring a funnel neck, a concealed front fastening and structured shoulders. It is by Sarah Burton for Alexander McQueen.

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Classic and elegant coat in its simplicity. Beautifully cut, it suits the Duchess’ silhouette perfectly.

1- The Duchess of Cambridge wore this coat with a matching dress on 20th April 2014 to attend the Easter Sunday Church Service at St Andrew’s Cathedral in Sydney, Australia.

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2- This coat dress was worn again on 21st April 2019 to attend Easter Mattins Service at Windsor castle.

Duchess Kate: lavender blue double wool Ashleigh Coat by Mulberry

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.

Duchess Kate: sapphire fitted dress by Jenny Packham

Sapphire bespoke knee-length fitted dress with dark blue velvet trim at the neckline and cuffs and a blue velvet band at the waist.28

This is a very classic dress in a lovely colour but without any edge to it.

1- Kate wore it on 28th February 2019 during a visit to Hillsborough Castle and Ballymena, Country Antrim in Northern Ireland.

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Duchess Kate: blue and green tartan dress coat by Alexander McQueen

Blue and green tartan double-breasted dress coat with a fit and flare silhouette with side pockets and a high collar. It is by Alexander McQueen.

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It is a flattering piece suiting Kate’s tall and slim silhouette.

1- The coat dress was first worn on 30th November 2012 to visit her old preparatory school St Andrew’s in Pangbourne, Berkshire.

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2- It was worn again on 25th December 2013, for the Christmas service at Sandringham.

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3- The tartan coat was worn again on 29th January 2019 for the opening of Dundee’s new V&A museum.

Duchess Kate: bespoke royal blue funnel neck coat by Catherine Walker

Bespoke royal blue funnel neck wool coat. The coat is calf length long and fitted with simple and elegant clean lines. By Catherine Walker.

This coat has a nice colour but otherwise there is nothing spectacular about it.

1- The Duchess of Cambridge wore it on 1st February 2018 at Gardermoen Air Force Base outside Oslo, Norway and again later the same day with a fake fur hat and boots outside the Royal Palace in Oslo.

 

2- The coat was worn again on 7th January 2019 at Sandringham.

Duchess Kate: turquoise blue pleated dress by Emilia Wickstead

Turquoise blue wool crepe dress with square neckline, long sleeves, tailored top with concealed off centre closure and knee-length pleat skirt. By Emilia Wickstead.

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It is a very pretty and feminine dress. I however prefer the pink version of the dress that the Duchess also wore as I love the powder pink colour.

1- The Duchess of Cambridge wore the turquoise dress on 13th April 2014 during a visit to Dunedin, New Zealand.

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2- The Duchess wore the dress again on 10th December 2015 at the Centre for Addiction Treatment Studies in London.

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3- This dress was worn again on 15th November 2018 during a visit to the BBC in London.