This full-length purple and turquoise patterned wrap skirt was especially made by tailors in London using fabric sourced from local weaver Kelzang Wangmo who is based in Thimphu and often weaves for the royal family in Bhutan. These fabrics are made by hand with no use of machinery, with Kelzang and her team relying on traditional techniques from making the texture to dyeing the material.
This skirt is made of a fabulous high quality fabric, it looks gorgeous and the colours are beautiful.
1- The Duchess of Cambridge wore this skirt on 14th April 2016 at the capital of Thimphu by King of Bhutan Jigme Khesar Namgyel Wangchuck and his wife Jetsun Pema.
On a skiing holiday in Klosters in February 1987 with Prince Charles and the Duke and Duchess of York, Diana wears a graphic all-in-one purple ski suit by Kitex sports with elaborate pink and green stripes and lone star applique work on the front.
White, blue and purple floral cotton trapeze baby dress, purple buttons in the shape of roses at the shoulders, purple satin rose and ribbon at the breast (hat vintage). By Duchesse Or Ange.
Size: 12 months old.
On 3 June 1994 the Princess of Wales attends a ceremony in Green Park, central London for the unveiling of a memorial to the Canadian forces who took part in both World Wars. The Princess wear a simple long short-sleeved lilac jacket, with matching skirt, in wool gabardine. She also wears an oversize hat featuring a black net and red-and-black insect-like decoration.
Diana was on a three-day fund raising trip in Sydney, Australia in November 1996. She paid a visit to the Victor Chang Cardiac institute. At this occasion she wears a simple and timeless purple shift dress with a three strands pearl choker.