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.
The Princess of Wales attends a tribute concert for Sammy Davis Jr. at the Royal Albert Hall on 23rd June 1992. She wears a double-breasted black and white banded nautical-style silk cocktail suit by Catherine Walker with a square neckline, a double row of pearl and diamanté buttons and long sleeves with white cuffs.
Diana arrives at the Great Ormond Street Hospital for Sick Children on 2nd December 1982.She wears a raspberry pink woollen double-breasted two-piece suit designed by Jasper Conran. The long jacket has turned back cuffs, a mandarin collar and fastens with a double row of transparent buttons. The suit is completed with a full skirt.
The Princess of Wales attends the festival’s gala dinner dance at the Garrick club September 22nd 1990. She wears a creation by Catherine Walker, a cream silk chiffon evening dress with embroidered hourglass shaped bodice and a Tudor-style neckline, the skirt swirls about the ankles.
The Princess of Wales challenged prejudice towards HIV in April 1987 when she famously held hands with an AIDS patient for the cameras when opening the first purpose-built AIDS ward at Middlesex Hospital in London. A breakthrough gesture at the time, after shaking hands with nine victims, the Princess helped dispelling fears that the disease can be caught by normal social contact. It also showed her compassion and commitment to her charities. For the occasion, Diana wore a discreet tight-fitting royal blue dress by Victor Edelstein.
Princess Diana accompanied by Prince William wears a wide-belted, long cotton print dress in automnal colours by Paul Costelloe and two-tone shoes to match, after dropping Harry off at Wetherby School, on 5th September 1990.
Princess Diana at the Royal Premiere of the film “1492: Conquest of Paradise” in central London on October 19th 1992. The premiere was in aid of the charities Relate (a marriage guidance society) and NSPCC (National Society of Prevention of Cruelty to Children). The Princess wears a black velvet strapless evening gown by Victor Edelstein cut as a pastiche of a man’s tailcoat with ribbed silk braid trimming and paste buttons. There is a v-cut in the back of the dress.