Bespoke version of the macramé pussy bow corydalis blue shirt featuring sheer long sleeves, a macramé trim, a selt tie bow, front button closure and it is partially lined. Composition: 50% cotton 25% polyester 25% silk. Made in Lebanon. By Elie Saab.
The maxi length skirt is made of embroidered tulle and features a sheer A-line skirt with embroidered with metallic dots throughout. It is fully line with a zipper closure at the back. Composition: 68% polyester 17% silk 10% cotton 4% polyamide. Made in Lebanon. By Elie Saab.
1- The Duchess of Cambridge wore these two items on 18th June 2019 when attending the Ascot races.
Of-white intricate beaded sweeping gown in gauzy shimmering fabric with clusters of silver sequins and crystals. The overlay is softly draped at the neckline and features sheer capped sleeves. The waistband is defined by crystals or rhinestones. By Jenny Packham.
This gown has a lot of lovely details but overall it looks a bit bland on the Duchess.
1- Kate wore it on 4th December 2018 for a white tie diplomatic reception at Buckingham Palace in London.
Lightweight and semi-sheer ivory blouse it has an all-over textured spot design, lace insert detailing around the bib and at the cuffs, pleating around the short placket and a flouncy bow around the neck. 100% Polyester. By Somerset by Alice Temperley.
This is a lovely and very romantic blouse even though I am not very keen on the flouncy bow around the neck.
1- Kate wore this blouse on 30th September 2016 at Haida Gwaii, formerly the Queen Charlotte Islands, British Columbia, Canada.
This is the “Addison” multi azure printed silk dress with its jewel-toned print, sheer long sleeves and ankle grazing length. By the British brand L.K. Bennett.
I partly like this dress and I partly dislike it. I like the material, the length, the effect it gives when it is worn. But I am not too keen on the print, and it looks a bit old-fashioned when it is worn by the Duchess.
1- Kate wore this dress on 22nd April 2016 for a dinner with Michelle and Barack Obama at the home of the Duke and the Duchess of Cambridge in Kensington Palace, London.
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.