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