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.
Olive Tracker jacket made from cotton drill beautifully finished inner with contrast binding in honey gold. The internal drawstring waist gives the option for a more tailored fit. Utilitarian pockets. Fastened with monogrammed bone buttons. Made in England. By Troy London.
1- Kate wore this jacket on 11th June 2019 during a trip to rural Cumbria, England.
Light-weight mint Lurex dress woven with shimmering threads slightly fitted at the bust and waist and loose at the hip. The dress features an elegant V-shaped neckline, long sleeves and a pleated midi skirt. 75% rayon, 16% cupro, 9% polyester. By Missoni.
Nice shimmering cocktail dress, beautiful on Kate.
1- The Duchess of Cambridge wore this cocktail dress on 27th February 2019 to attend a party at Belfast’s Empire Music Hall.
Yahvi olive green tailored crepe below-the-knee dress with slim fitting sleeve adorned with covered buttons. Fitted at the waist with a full midi length skirt, the dress has covered button detailing to the side with a split opening that falls just above the knee – 100% Wool Crepe Fabric. By Beulah.
This dress falls beautifully and suits the Duchess’s silhouette.
1- The Duchess of Cambridge wore this olive green dress on 22nd January 2019 at Lewisham, South London to visit the charity Family Action.