Bespoke delicate baby-pink guipure lace and beige tulle gown. It features distinctive flared cuffs, a scalloped, plunging neckline, a v-neckline at the back, and a concealed hook and zip fastening at back. By Marchesa.
This is a beautiful gown, however I find the colour a bit washed out and the neckline is too plunging.
1- The Duchess of Cambridge wore the gown on 12th July 2017 to attend the Buckingham Palace state banquet in honour of the Spanish King and Queen’s first official UK visit.
Bespoke dark green floral pattern lace gown featuring a fitted bodice and full skirt, sheer sleeves and front upper bodice, a deeply scooped out back and a bow belt. The sleeves and collar are both trimmed in eyelash lace. By Temperley London.
This is a nice gown however I find the colour a bit dull.
1- The Duchess of Cambridge wore this gown on 21st April 2016 during a private dinner at Windsor castle to celebrate the Queen’s 90th birthday.
2- The gown was worn again on 28th March 2017 for the 2017 Portrait Gala at the National Portrait gallery in London.
Metallic silver and nude ‘Rhona’ floral pleated midi dress featuring a round neck, a pleated design, a belted waist, button cuffs, long sleeves and a concealed zipper closure along side. 75% polyamide, 25% metallized polyester; lining: 100% silk. By Erdem.
Lovely glamorous dress suiting a very slim woman due to the pleats at the waist.
1- The Duchess of Cambridge wore this dress on 27th February 2017 to attend The best of British and Indian culture reception celebrated by the Queen at Buckingham Palace.
The Princess of Wales meets Pope John Paul II at the Vatican on 29 April 1985. At this occasion the Princess is required to adhere to the demands of protocol and wears a calf-length black lace dress by Catherine Walker. The Victorian style dress with a dropped V-shaped skirt is worn with a lace veil in the same fabric. The back view reveals some exquisite button detailing. Protocol also demanded that the Princess wear gloves, an accessory not much used in her working wardrobe.
Romantic cotton-blend lace dress with sheer long sleeves, a nipped-in waist and a tiered, swishy skirt. It comes with a smooth satin slip for coverage. It has a concealed hook and zip fastening at the back. By the Italian designers Dolce & Gabbana.
This dress doesn’t look very modern and is not excessively elegant. I like the lace pattern though.
1- The Duchess of Cambridge wore it on 15th May 2016 at the celebration of the Queen’s reign at Windsor Castle.
2- Kate wore the dress again in full view on 15th June 2016 at Royal Ascot.