Pale blue silk midi dress featuring a front row of self-covered buttons with loop fasteners, puffed long sleeves coming to a fitted cuff, a full gathered skirt and a high frilled collar. By Ulyana Sergeenko.
This dress is a miss for me, too old fashioned with a washed out colour.
1- The Duchess of Cambridge wore this dress on 5th March 2019 at Buckingham Palace in London for a reception thrown by the Queen in tribute to Charles’ 50 years service.
Bold red off-the-shoulder maxi dress crafted from a silk-cotton blend, showcasing an off the shoulder design, short sleeves and elegant gathering details. Lining:silk 100%, Outer:cotton 53%, silk 47%. By Alexander McQueen.
1- The Duchess of Cambridge wore this maxi dress on 18th July 2017 at the British ambassador’s residence in Berlin.
2- The dress was worn again on 31st January 2019 during a private event, Carole Middleton’s birthday party at Pippa’s home in Chelsea, London.
Crafted from green and cream patterned pure silk, the Mortimer dress features a fitted waist helping shape an hourglass silhouette, a round neck, long sleeves, pearl buttons at the front and cuffs and tie detail to the neckline.
Fabric Composition: 100% Silk
Lining: 100% Polyester
This is an elegant dress but I am not overly keen on it as it looks a bit old fashioned to my taste.
1- It was worn on 11th December 2018 for a visit to the Evelina London Children’s Hospital and homeless resource centre The Passage.
A shirt style dress by Mulberry with peter pan collar and front pleats and long sleeves gathered at the cuffs. The buttoned-up look is kept contemporary with metal mock buckle waist belt and silk jackard-weaved Peace and Love motif.
I personally don’t like this dress at all.
1- Kate wore it on 28th November 2011 at a reception for members of the media at Buckingham Palace, London.
2- She wore it again on 27th November 2012 to officially open the new Treasures Gallery at the Natural History Museum, London.
Silk V neck purple dress by Issa. A figure-hugging fit with retro-inspired detailing: V neckline with ruche effect at the front, long sleeves, fitted waist, flared skirt and concealed back zip closure.
The Duchess of Cambridge wore this dress on 1st July 2011 in Ottawa, Canada to attend a rock and pop concert on Ottawa’s Parliament Hill to mark Canada day on their royal visit to the country.