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 blush pink, ankle-length silk dress featuring a deep vee-neck and billowing sleeves which are cuffed with three self-covered buttons, pleats at the front and back of the skirt. By Alexander McQueen.
I don’t find the style of this dress very attractive, it is way too fussy. I like the colour and the fabric though.
1- The Duchess wore this bespoke piece for the wedding of her sister Pippa in Berkshire on 20th May 2017.
Pink-and-navy with white flecks print plaid knee-length coat featuring a fitted bodice, an inset waistband, a concealed placket with snap closures, lightly padded shoulders, rounded lapels and two flap pockets on each side that hit near the upper hip. From the Resort 2016 Collection by Erdem.
Nice coat, I particularly like the print.
1- The Duchess of Cambridge wore it on 14th October 2016 in Manchester.
The “Encore rose” tie neck pleat chiffon dress is made of a rose print on pale pink silk and features a slender removable tie at the point collar, buttons to waist, long sheer sleeves with two-button cuffs, chest patch pocket and pleats on the A-line skirt. By Kate Spade New York.
I like the material and the pleats of this dress but this is about it. I find it really old-fashioned.
1- Kate wore this dress on 10th October 2016 during World Mental Health Day engagements in London.
Half sleeves double faced dress with body contouring seams and a band at the waist. The dress has a fit-and-flare silhouette with a soft pleated skirt and a back zip. Polyamide/Wool/Elastane; Lining, 100% Polyester. By the American fashion designer Lela Rose.
I really like this dress, the material is great as well as the seams, the details and the shape. I also really love powder pink.
1- The Duchess of Cambridge wore this dress for the first time on 1st September 2016 during a visit in Cornwall.
Magenta-pink, white, orange and black cotton strapless tiered dress made with hand dyed batik material with traditional motifs including flowers, fish, vines and other designs. Designed and made at Rarotonga, Cook Islands, by Cook Island designer Ellena Tavioni Pittman of designhouse Nav.
This is a pretty dress with vibrant colours really suiting a tanned Duchess. It is a very casual choice.
1- The Duchess of Cambridge wore it on 16th September 2012 at Honiara, Solomon islands.