Tailored fit dark rose wool blend double breasted blazer with contrast button fastening and coordinating lining with chain loop for hanging. Coordinated slim leg cropped trousers featuring front pintucks and two functional side pockets. By Autograph for Marks and Spencer.
1- The Duchess of Cambridge wore this suit on 19th March 2020 when meeting staff at call centre in Croydon, south-west London and also for a photo shoot in Kensington Palace.
Bespoke berry red coat with double-breasted front, a fitted bodice that flares into a full skirt, contrast velvet collar, cuffs and flap pockets as well as velvet covered buttons. By Catherine Walker.
This is an amazing coat, the best ever worn by Kate in my opinion. Absolutely beautiful!
1- The Duchess of Cambridge wore it on 25th December 2018 at Sandringham for the Christmas service.
2- This beautiful coat was worn again on 9th March 2020 to attend the Commonwealth Day service at Westminster Abbey in London.
Sky blue wool-blend with a touch of mohair “Paddington” coat. It is classically tailored in a single-breasted long-line with a slightly loose style and button fastening at the front. 68% virgin wool, 23% mohair, 6% polyamide, 3% wool; lining: 100% viscose. By Mulberry.
This is a classic coat with a lovely soft colour and material.
1- The Duchess of Cambridge wore it in February 2016 when boarding a helicopter from Anmer Hall to Kensington Palace.
2- The coat was worn again on 4th November 2016 at the Nelson Trust Women’s Centre in Gloucestershire.
3- This coat appeared again on 6th March 2020 when the Duchess was seen leaving Waterstones in London with a bag full of books.
Bottle green stretch crepe dress with gold-toned buttons down the front, a bow-tie collar, a ruffled trim along the sleeves and nipped-in waist. The version worn by the Duchess doesn’t include the embellisment of the sequin, crystal, and gold bead pocket watch appliqué at the front in reference to ‘Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland’. 51% viscose, 46% acetate, 3% elastane, separate lining slip: 94% silk, 6% elastane. By Dolce & Gabbana.
This is an elegant dress, I particularly like the way the skirt flares at the bottom.
1- The Duchess of Cambridge wore it on 27th September 2016 at Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada.
2- The dress was worn again at Wimbledon on 13th July 2019.
Cut from a soft and sumptuous silk, this flowing dress cascades over the figure to a demure midi length and features loose-fitting sleeves, a round neck and a beautiful all-over print. 100% Silk, Lining: 100% Polyester. By L.K. Bennett.
1- Kate wore this pretty dress on 10th July 2019 at the King Power Royal Charity Polo Day, held in honour of late Leicester City owner Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha.
Knee lengh sherbet pink 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. By Stella McCartney.
It is the same dress as the coral dress but the fabric is different.
1- Kate wore this dress on 19th December 2018 to attend the Queen’s Christmas lunch at Buckingham Palace.
2- The dress was seen in full on 6th July 2019 to attend the christening of Master Archie Mountbatten Windsor.
The original inspiration for this dress derives from a late 1940’s Wiggle Dress, which the brand have re-cut to have a skimming fit over the bodice and fluid gentle soft movement throughout the skirt hemline. The dress is made from Italian silk crepe and is lined throughout the bodice and skirt in lightweight silk habotai. The silhouette is contoured around the waist with delicate pin-tucks. Pin-tucks are also placed at the front yoke detail. The dress is designed to be an elegant tea-length and has half sleeves with buttoned cuff. Contrasting silk covered buttons are a simple closure and a beautiful delicate feature, with the buttons working from double to single breasted down the centre front.
The silk crepe belt is backed in leather and is full detachable. By Suzannah London.
1- The Duchess of Cambridge wore this dress on 2nd July 2019 at Wimbledon.