Midi length skirt with a fitted high waist, tucked folds that create volume and pockets combined with a top featuring elbow-length sleeves and boatneck design. They are both crafted from a romantic Hurst Rose print cotton faille with a slight sheen. By Erdem.
Lovely floral ensemble, with a lovely romantic pattern.
1- The Duchess of Cambridge wore the top and skirt on 18th July 2017 at the Stutthof concentration camp in Poland.
Black and multi-coloured “Evita” floral print mattelasse dress. It features a crew neck, long sleeves, a fitted waist and multi-coloured floral print throughout. This knee-length dress was inspired by the portraiture of American artist John Sargent who frequently documented Edwardian era luxury. This dress is finished with a smooth silk lining and mattelasse detailing and a central back zip fastening. By Erdem.
Beautiful dress with a nice floral print.
1- The Duchess of Cambridge wore this Erdem dress on 17th January 2017 to promote the Heads Together campaign at the Institute of Contemporary Arts in Carlton House Terrace in London.
Maxi dress printed with green and blue floral and animal motifs reminiscent of folkloric tapestries. Trimmed with tactile embroidery for soft structure, it has an airy crinkled silk-chiffon bodice and pleated twill skirt. With a concealed hook and zip fastening at the back. By the American designer Anna Sui.
I am not a fan of this dress at all, too many print, mix of colours and not elegant enough in my opinion. It however looks very comfortable.
1- Kate wore it on 12th April 2016 during a visit at a Bihu festival by the Diphlu River Lodge in the Kaziranga National Park in Assam, India.
Jaipur-inspired motifs printed georgette “Gulrukh” tunic dress in pink and almond green shades with a printed fabric waist belt with tassels. The tunic dress has three-quarter length sleeves, a gathered ankle-length skirt. By Mumbai-based designer Anita Dongre.
I am not a big fan of big prints or overly colourful fabrics. However I like the colours of this tunic dress and it seems nice to wear.
1- The Duchess of Cambridge wore it on 10th April 2016 in Mumbai, India.