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.
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.
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.
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.
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.