Floral print “Rosie” top made of soft touch fabric and featuring an elegant boat neck, flattering three quarter-length sleeves with notch detailing. Fabric composition: 100% Viscose / Rayon. By Hobbs.
1- This top was worn on 29th March 2018 when the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge undertook engagements to celebrate the Commonwealth at the Olympic Park’s Copper Box arena for a SportAid event and then to help out with a Commonwealth Big Lunch at St Luke’s Community Centre.
Made in beautiful French navy wool, the Gianna coat is beautifully tailored and has a dramatic femininity achieved by the flared skirt and black detailing. The curved collar and pewter buttons add an extra equestrian touch. Fabric composition: 82% wool 18% polyamide / nylon, lining:100% viscose / rayon. By Hobbs.
1- The Gianna coat was worn on 10th January 2018 at the Reach Academy in Feltham, London.
Rich green boiled-wool “Sinead” collarless jacket featuring a subtle peplum and bodice detailing to the back to define the figure, and fastening with an exposed front-zip. Matching pencil skirt. By Hobbs.
This is a very elegant suit, the colour is nice. I am not a big fan of the boiled-wool material though.
1- The Duchess of Cambridge wore this suit on 24th January 2017 at East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices in Quidenham, Norfolk.
The “Persephone” trench coat by Hobbs in pine green in viscose and wool for understated elegance. The cut and sew design, raw edges, traditional storm flap and epaulette detailing provide plenty of contemporary cool.
It is elegant but looks a bit stern on the Duchess, this style may be a bit old for her.
1- Kate wore it with a Gina Foster hat on 17th March 2014 to visit the 1st Battalion of Irish Guards for the annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade at Mons Barracks, Aldershot. The Duchess wore it with a black leather belt.
2- The coat was worn again on 27th September 2016 upon arrival in the city of Whitehorse in the Yukon Territory of Canada.
Dalmatian print mac with a minimalist design that lets the print make the statement. Hanging to the knee the collarless coat in a linen and rayon blend has a zip fastening and two front pockets. It is by Hobbs.
It is very original and daring for the Duchess even though it is not something that I would wear.
1- Kate wore it for the first time on 13th June 2013 when pregnant with Prince George for the official naming of the Royal Princess in Southampton.
2- The Duchess wore it again on 11th March 2015 when pregnant with her second child at Margate to visit the Turner Contemporary gallery.