Bespoke version of the long tier black mix violet jacquard dress. Kate’s dress doesn’t include the thin straps and boning within the bodice with built in bra construction. It is instead an off-the-shoulder version of the dress. The black silk-blend dress features a floaty full skirt divided in tiers by black ribbons, a black satin waistband and is beautifully embroidered with green and violet flowers. It has organza layering throughout the skirt. From the Alexander McQueen’s Resort 2016 collection.
I am not a big fan of this dress, I think it lacks lustre and it doesn’t fit the Duchess as it accentuates her lack of feminine hips.
1- The Duchess of Cambridge wore the dress on 12th February 2017 to attend the 70th annual British Academy Film Awards at the London’s Royal Albert Hall.
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.
Powder pink sequin gown featuring pearlescent rose Swarovski crystals on a mesh overlay. There is a hidden side zipper with hook-and-bar top closure. The gown is fully lined with a mesh spaghetti-strap dress. It is by Jenny Packham.
This may be my favourite dress ever worn by the Duchess, I find it utterly glamourous, elegant and flattering. I would love to own this dress!
1- The Duchess of Cambridge wore it on 9th June 2011 to attend the ARK Gala dinner in London.
2- The gorgeous dress was worn again on 22nd June 2016 at a charity gala dinner at the opulent Houghton Hall.
The Princess of Wales attends a glittering dinner-dance at the Melbourne Hilton Hotel in Australia on 16th April 1983. She wears a one-sleeved dress in cream silk chiffon by the late fashion designer Hachi. The dress was given as a present to Diana by Vogue deputy editor Anna Harvey. It was the Princess’s first slinky and sophisticated evening gown and it is embroidered all over with translucent gold and silver glass beads and crystals and incorporates an elaborate design on the shoulder and waist.
YOU magazine was the high bidder with $75,100 for this dress at the Christie’s auction.
Royal blue floor-length stretch crepe “Nansen” gown with a nipped waistline with an angled neckline with darts, tucks and overlaid panels creating serrated shapes for an ultra-modern feel. Also with a V neckline, shorts sleeves with cold shoulder detail. Finished with a glistening gold back zip opening. 63% Viscose; 34% Acetate; 3% Elastane; Lining: 93% Silk; 7% Elastane. By the French designer Roland Mouret.
This is a gorgeous gown with all the caracteristic of the designs of Roland Mouret giving a very structured silhouette.
1- The Duchess of Cambridge wore the gown on 9th June 2016 to attend the SportsAid’s 40th anniversary banquet at Kensington Palace, London.
Soft gold sleeveless sequin dress featuring all-over sequin embellishment, a bateau neckline, and a figure-hugging silhouette. The gown is floor length with a broche-accented empire waist and a back keyhole detail. By Jenny Packham.
This is a very glamorous dress, I love the glimmering effect.
1- The Duchess of Cambridge wore this gown on 12th Septembre 2013, at the Tusk Conservation award ceremony in London.