Shebah floral silk-cotton dress in a shorter version. showcasing a Victorian influence this high-neck style is accented with white crocheted lace on the skirt, at the waist, at the front and on the centre collar and raw-edge ruffled trim. It also features 3/4-sleeves, and a hidden zipper on the back. By Erdem.
1- Kate wore the dress on 20th May 2019 when presenting to the Queen the Back to Nature garden at the Chelsea Flower Show, London.
The Marlene blue maternity cocktail dress features a flattering A-line silhouette, a lace bodice lined in comfortable stretch silk, lace sleeves with subtle bell detailing at the cuffs and an invisible zip at the back. A velvet ribbon detailing at the empire waist, cuffs and collar complete the look. Lace: 71% Nylon, 25% Cotton, 4% Elastane, skirt: 97% Polyester, 3% Elastane, bodice: 92% Silk, 8% Elastane. By Seraphine.
1- The Duchess of Cambridge wore this dress on 1st February 2018 at the Royal Palace Oslo, Norway.
2- The Marlene dress was worn again a few weeks later on 7th March 2018 when Kate opened new headquarters of Place2Be in London.
Fit and flare ‘Suzi’ Dress designed with scallop edging around the ¾ length sleeves, neck and hem and soft gently frilled detailing at the waist. The guipure floral lace in black and white overlays a nude crepe de chine lining and a deep V-neck finishes the flirty design. The custom version made for Kate is midi length. By Erdem.
1- Kate wore this dress on 19th February 2018 to attend a reception at Buckingham Palace with the Countess of Wessex on behalf of The Queen to showcase a new creative initiative: the Commonwealth Fashion Exchange.
Zarita black lace gown fitted through the bodice, waist and thigh, this piece opens to a sweeping fluted hem. It also features a wide neckline that dips into an elegant V in back, scalloped eyelash edges, 3/4 sleeves and a concealed hook and zip fastening at the back. Fabric: Lace. Shell: 70% rayon/30% nylon.Lining: 97% polyester/3% spandex. By Diane von Furstenberg.
1- The Duchess of Cambridge wore this gown on 13th November 2014 to attend the Royal Variety Performance, London Palladium, Britain.
2- The gown was worn again on 7th November 2017 to attend a gala dinner in honour of The Anna Freud National Centre for Children and Families in London.
3- The gown was also chosen to attend Her Majesty and Prince Philip’s 70th wedding anniversary at Windsor Castle on 20th November 2017.
Iris blue cotton blend Eclipse lace dress made from corded lace featuring black velvet trims and a pleated skirt spliced with cotton-voile panels, and a concealed zip fastening along side. Fabric1: 62% viscose, 23% cotton, 15% polyamide; fabric2: 100% cotton; lining: 100% polyester. By Temperley London.
I am not fond of this dress, the style is too old fashioned to my taste.
1- Kate wore it on 10th October 2017 at a reception at St. James Palace, London to celebrate the impact of Heads together campaign.