Pale blue silk midi dress featuring a front row of self-covered buttons with loop fasteners, puffed long sleeves coming to a fitted cuff, a full gathered skirt and a high frilled collar. By Ulyana Sergeenko.
This dress is a miss for me, too old fashioned with a washed out colour.
1- The Duchess of Cambridge wore this dress on 5th March 2019 at Buckingham Palace in London for a reception thrown by the Queen in tribute to Charles’ 50 years service.
Lavender blue double wool Ashleigh full length coat giving a new look at the trench design, featuring a removable shoulder cape, a peaked collar, two front pockets and a waist-cinching belt fastening. By Mulberry.
I personally don’t like this coat at all, I very dislike the removable cape and don’t like the features in general.
1- The Duchess of Cambridge wore it on 28th February 2019 in Ballymena, Country Antrim, Northern Ireland.
Tamarini pastel blue striped T-Shirt made in soft, stretch fabric with a loose fit. This crew-neck T-shirt carries a characterful patched stripe and cropped sleeves. Material information: 96% Viscose, 4% Elastane. By Hugo Boss.
1- The Duchess of Cambridge wore this T-shirt on 20th July 2017 for a boat race in Heidelberg, Germany.
Bespoke ice blue wool crepe skirt suit consisting of a nipped-in fitted bodice jacket featuring a modified Peter Pan style collar, large self-covered buttons, a peplum waist, notched sleeves and a wide belt and a knee-length pencil skirt. By Catherine Walker.
Lovely suit, elegant and classy, the colour is lovely and I like the peplum details.
1- The Duchess of Cambridge wore this suit on 11th October 2016 at the Mauritshuis gallery in The Hague, the Netherlands.
2- The suit was worn again for a officials portraits taken at Kensington Palace during summer 2017 by Getty Images photographer Chris Jackson. The family portrait was used for the Christmas cards 2017 of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.