Duchess Kate: Black and white tweed dress with Web by Gucci

Knee-length black and white light tweed dress featuring blue and red Web trim, pearl buttons with chain, a back zip closure. 88% cotton and 12% nylon. By Gucci.

This is an elegant dress, very chic by its apparent simplicity but it actually has many great details. I find it just a tad bit too short and too tight at the top for the Duchess.

1- Kate wore the Gucci dress on 29th June 2017 to open the new wing at London’s V&A.

Duchess Kate: “Muvi” stripe top by Luisa Spagnoli

Rib knit woollen white pullover featuring navy and red stripes, a scoop neck, and long sleeves. By Luisa Spagnoli.

This is a classic jumper. It suits the Duchess perfectly.

1- Kate wore it on 19th April 2017 when she hosted a group of Team Heads Together runners at Kensington Palace.

Duchess Kate: Red skirt suit by Armani Collezioni

Fitted stretch jersey sunset orange/red skirt suit. The suit is unlined to give it a neat shape. The pencil shaped skirt features a back zip and no waistband. The collarless jacket has a front double ended zip fastening and front darting detail. 77% viscose, 17% polyamide, 6% elastane. By Armani Collezioni.

This is a lovely suit, sexy and elegant.

1- The Duchess of Cambridge wore this suit on 20th April 2017 when visiting Global Academy in Hayes, west London for Heads Together.

Duchess Kate: Embellished deep red tulle midi dress by Marchesa Notte

Embellished deep red tulle midi dress featuring tactile lattice and rosette motifs and partially lined  to create a sweetheart neckline. The fit-and-flare design has flexible boning and a defined bead and crystal-embellished waist. The full, layered skirt is reinforced along the hem to hold its voluminous shape. By Marchesa Notte.

 

This is a beautiful design very reminiscent of the 50s. The shape is lovely and the colour is very attractive.

1- The Duchess of Cambridge wore this dress on 4th April 2017 at the opening night of the musical 42nd Street at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane, London.

Duchess Kate: red and white tweed checked skirt and top suit from Eponine

Red and white tweed checked skirt and top suit with oversize buttons and a pleated hem skirt. By the bespoke label Eponine.

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I like this suit with it’s 50’s look, it is elegant, fun and I think it is very nice on Kate.

1- The Duchess of Cambridge wore this suit on 11th March 2016 to visit the London’s XLP project.

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2- The skirt and top suit was worn again on 23rd March 2017 when Kate helped mark the release of films focusing on maternal mental health in London.

Duchess Kate: scarlet double-breasted coat by Carolina Herrera

Double-breasted red coat featuring a Peter Pan collar, a fitted bodice and full skirt, pockets at the hips and fastened by six oversize buttons at the front. By Carolina Herrera.

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This is a lovely coat with a beautiful bright colour and suiting perfectly the Duchess.

1- The Duchess of Cambridge wore the coat on 28th September 2016 during a visit to a museum in the gold rush town of Whitehorse, Canada.

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2- The coat was worn again on 18th March 2017 during the Wales against the French rugby match at the Stade de France in Paris.

Duchess Kate: red double-breasted twill blazer by Philosophy di Lorenzo Serafini

Blend-wool deep red double-breasted claret twill blazer inspired by the work of French designer Jean Bouquin who is famed for dressing the St Tropez jetset in the ’60s and style icon Brigitte Bardot. It features peak lapels and embossed gold buttons. From the Philosophy di Lorenzo Serafini Resort ’17 collection.

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Nice classic blazer, however the material makes the garment look slightly shapeless when worn by the Duchess. The colour is lovely though.

1- Kate wore the blazer on 14th February 2017 when visiting  young people at RAF Wittering near Peterborough.

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