Blend-wool deep red double-breasted claret twill blazer inspired by the work of French designer Jean Bouquin who is famed for dressing the St Tropez jetset in the ’60s and style icon Brigitte Bardot. It features peak lapels and embossed gold buttons. From the Philosophy di Lorenzo Serafini Resort ’17 collection.
Nice classic blazer, however the material makes the garment look slightly shapeless when worn by the Duchess. The colour is lovely though.
1- Kate wore the blazer on 14th February 2017 when visiting young people at RAF Wittering near Peterborough.
Bespoke black wool and velvet patchwork coat featuring notched lapels, double-breasted button front fastening, a fitted bodice and full skirt, a buttoned tab at the back waist and a center back pleat. By Alexander McQueen.
This is a gorgeous coat, I love the association of wool and velvet. This coat is very elegant.
1- The Duchess of Cambridge wore it on 8th November 2015, at the annual Remembrance Day service in London.
2- The coat was worn again on 28th November 2016 to attend the tribute to the sixth Duke of Westminster in Chester.
Double-breasted “Turpin” tweed coat in brown and cream check with flecks of orange. It features an oversized stand collar with small lapels, flap pockets and gold-buttoned epaulettes and cuffs. There is a double row of gold buttons at the front. By the British brand Moloh.
This is not the type of coats that I would buy but I think it looks gorgeous on Kate, the shape and colours really suit her.
1- The Duchess of Cambridge wore this coat on 25th December 2014 at Sandringham to attend the Christmas Service.
Crispy wool-blend tailored double-breasted coat with four pockets deliberately placed to flatter and emphasize the waist. It is knee length and has six silver-buttons at the front. The color is defined as pacific opal which is a light blue. It is by Matthew Williamson.
I think that it is a beautiful coat, it has classic lines and nice detailing, the colour is very soft.
1- The Duchess of Cambridge wore it on 8th November 2014 at the Pembroke Refinery in Pembroke, Wales.