Duchess Kate: “Marwood” color-block wool-crepe dress by Roksanda

“Marwood” color-block wool-crepe dress in coral, blue and pastel-pink. It features a back vent, a zip fastening at the back and is cut for a close fit. By the Serbian fashion designer based in London Roksanda.

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I love this dress it is absolutely gorgeous and it is a shape that Kate can easily wear. The colours are beautiful, the color-blocking is perfect. Kate’s dress has been altered from the original: the coral band is slimmer, the dress is shorter and the zipper on Kate’s dress runs from the neckline to the hem and therefore the back vent is gone.

1- The Duchess of Cambridge wore it on 12th June 2016 at the Queen’s 90th birthday lunch at The Mall in London.

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Duchess Kate: “Scarlett” pleat-front dress by Goat

Coral pink wool crepe dress with round neck, half length sleeves, a pleated bust and optional belt with silver-tone metal and coral-pink enamel disc that keeps the waist in focus. It is by Goat.

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I adore the color of this dress and it is perfect for the Duchess’s complexion. The one thing I don’t like about this dress is the belt.

1- The Duchess of Cambridge wore it on 1st July 2014 to visit the Blessed Sacrament School in north London.

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Duchess Kate: Coral silk dress by Stella McCartney

Knee lengh coral coloured silk pleated pencil dress with a rose and bow detail on the high neck, a pleated panel at the front of the dress, long sleeves and a zip fastening at the back. It is by Stella McCartney.


I like the colour of this dress but it looks very fussy with too much detailing for that type of fabric.

1- Kate wore it on 13th June 2011 to attend Prince Philip’s 90th birthday meal, held at the three Michelin-starred restaurant The Waterside Inn, at Bray, Berkshire.