Crafted from lightweight silk-crepe in saturated shades of green and orange, the poppy-printed dress has distinct vintage styling including a smocked waistband and pussybow neck tie. It also features a full skirt, gathers at the shoulders, long sleeves and a stand collar. By Prada.
I personally don’t like this dress at all, it is just too old fashioned to my taste.
1- Kate wore it on 30th August 2017 at the memorial garden in Kensington Palace to remember Princess Diana.
Silhouette-skimming “Lasa” knee-length blend cotton dress adorned with bright snorkel blue poppies arranged in an artful print against a white backdrop. The dress features bust darts, zip fastening and a petticoat. By the British brand L.K. Bennett.
This is a fantastic dress, I love everything about it, the shape, the print, the colours and the way it looks on the Duchess.
1- The Duchess of Cambridge wore the dress on 19th April 2014 in Brisbane, Australia.
2- The Poppy dress was worn again on 24th August 2016 when visiting a youth project in Luton.
Flower Spirits red “Juliet” silk chiffon gown featuring sheer long sleeves, a V neckline and splits at the front of the skirt, it is lined through the bodice and skirt. The dress is in bold crimson hues with gold accents. By Beulah London.
This dress looks ethereal due to the material and this is nice. However there is a 70’s look about it that makes it dated.
1- The Duchess of Cambridge wore it on 15th April 2016 during a reception at the Taj Tashi hotel celebrating Britain’s relationship with Bhutan.