Knee lengh sherbet pink silk pleated pencil dress with a rose and bow detail on the high neck, a pleated panel at the front of the dress, long sleeves and a zip fastening at the back. By Stella McCartney.
It is the same dress as the coral dress but the fabric is different.
1- Kate wore this dress on 19th December 2018 to attend the Queen’s Christmas lunch at Buckingham Palace.
2- The dress was seen in full on 6th July 2019 to attend the christening of Master Archie Mountbatten Windsor.
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.