Bespoke princess silhouette collared cream coat featuring an inserted waistband, an off-center front closure with a hidden placket and front flap pockets. The collar, pockets and seams are edged with a beige trim. By Catherine Walker.
This is a gorgeous coat, it is elegant, perfectly tailored and made with a beautiful soft coloured fabric.
1- The Duchess of Cambridge wore the coat on 1st October 2016 at Victoria Harbour Airport, Canada upon her departure with her family.
2- The cream coat was worn again on 16th April 2017 to attend Easter Sunday service in Windsor.
Cream pleated crochet maxi dress featuring a high neckline, a crochet floral bodice, sheer long sleeves, a full length crepe skirt with shutter pleats and a high side slit, a grosgrain waistband, a hidden back zip and a tan mesh lining at the bodice. By the London-based label, founded by Han Chong, Self Portrait.
This dress has nice features but I don’t think that is suits perfectly Kate’s body shape.
1- The Duchess of Cambridge wore it on 3rd November 2016 to attend “A Streetcat Named Bob” movie premiere in London’s Mayfair.
Pointelle-knit ivory cotton-blend “See” dress featuring a fit-and-flare silhouette, a ruffled collar and cuffs and button fastenings along the back. Fabric1: 90% cotton, 10% polyester; fabric2: 95% cotton, 5% polyamide; lining: 100% cotton. By Chloé.
I like this dress, it has a nice colour, the pointelle knit is lovely as well as the fabric from which the skirt is made.
1- The Duchess of Cambridge wore it on 29th September 2016 in Victoria, Canada.
Lightweight sahara cream cotton ladies belted safari jacket featuring four patch pockets on the front, with a centre back vent opening into a split at the bottom. Cinched in at the waist for shape with a full top-stitched sahara cotton belt. By the British brand Holland & Holland.
This is a classic safari jacket without any special features.
1- Kate wore it on 26th September 2016 at the Great Bear Rainforest in British Columbia, Canada.
Cream stretch-jersey off-the-shoulder figure-sculpting midi dress flaring out from the thigh. It is paneled with sheer mesh inserts and features a zip fastening along the front. 82% viscose, 16% polyester, 2% polyamide. By the London-based Brazil-born fashion designer Barbara Casasola.
This is a beautiful, glamorous and original dress.
1- The Duchess of Cambridge wore this dress on 6th July 2016 to present an award at the Natural History Museum in London.
The Princess of Wales visits the new Westway Dairy plant in West London on 16th September 1987. At this occasion she wears a sophisticated, burgundy silk dress finely striped with cream by Victor Edelstein. The dress offers a contrast between the tight, trim cummerbund belt and the fussier matching bow ans puff sleeves.