Duchess Kate: light blue “Jordin” dress by Emilia Wickstead

Light blue “Jordin” dress featuring capped-sleeves and is crafted from thick seersucker fabric. The twisted sleeves and square neckline frame the collar bones, while the flattering A-line cut falls to the ankle. By Emilia Wickstead.

1- Kate wore this dress on 14th July 2019 to attend the Men’s final at Wimbledon.

Duchess Kate: bottle green coat by Catherine Walker

Bespoke bottle green flared coat with velvet trim at the collar, pocket flaps and cuffs, fastened at the front with eight goldtone buttons. By Catherine Walker.

This is a very beautiful and elegant coat.

1- The Duchess of Cambridge wore it on 17th March 2017 when honouring soldiers from the Irish Guards on St Patrick’s Day in London.


2- The coat was still worn upon Kate’s arrival at the Elysée Palace in Paris on 17th March 2017.

3- This beautiful coat was worn again by Kate on 11th November 2018 to attend the Remembrance Sunday service at Westminster Abbey.

Duchess Kate: “Eugenia” skirted red dress by L. K. Bennett

“Eugenia” skirted red dress with short sleeves, featuring a fitted bodice with a full skirt falling just above the knee and multiple contoured seams. 65% Poyester, 30% Viscose, 5% Elastane. By L. K. Bennett.

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I like this pretty dress, it is youthfull and comfortable and very feminine.

1- The Duchess of Cambridge wore the Eugenia dress on 25th August 2016 during YoungMinds helpline service in London.

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Duchess Kate: beige “Contrast” coat by Katherine Hooker

The Contrast Coat is a long elegant coat with a seam on the waistline and a flared skirt. It is made of a  soft medium weight herringbone beige wool felt trimmed in brown cotton velvet on the top collar, cuff bands, back belt and pocket flaps. It has a long vent which adds to the flare of the skirt and also small belt on the back waist.

The mid-calf length coat had been shortened to above the knee for the first official engagement of Catherine Middleton after her engagement to Prince William. It is by Wiltshire-based designer Katherine Hooker.


I prefer the shorter version of the coat. I think that this really colour suits the Duchess.

1- Kate Middleton wore the coat on 17th March 2006 at the Cheltenham Gold Cup equestrian event.

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2- Kate wore the shortened version of the coat on 24th February 2011 at the RNLI lifeboat naming ceremony in Anglesey.

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