Cut from a soft and sumptuous silk, this flowing dress cascades over the figure to a demure midi length and features loose-fitting sleeves, a round neck and a beautiful all-over print. 100% Silk, Lining: 100% Polyester. By L.K. Bennett.
1- Kate wore this pretty dress on 10th July 2019 at the King Power Royal Charity Polo Day, held in honour of late Leicester City owner Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha.
Silk chiffon midi dress featuring a flattering v-neck, a fitted bodice, short floaty sleeves and a flattering a-line skirt with a frounced hem. The pattern is called peach flourish. It is lined in luxurious silk. By Ridley London.
1- The Duchess wore this summer dress on 25th June 2019 for the Royal Photographic Society workshop with kids from charity Action for Children in London.
Vintage-inspired dress cut from polka-dot silk crepe de chine that falls to a pleated midi skirt, button fastenings through front. Fabric1: 100% silk; fabric2: 88% cotton, 12% silk. By Alessandra Rich.
1- The Duchess of Cambridge wore this dress in September 2018 for Prince Charles’ 70th birthday official portraits.
2- The dress was worn again on 14th May 2019 when visiting an exhibition marking the 75th anniversary of D-Day at Bletchley Park.
Crafted in Italy from silk satin georgette in “Pale Violet Orchid” purple, the design starts at a bow neckline with a high collar, with covered buttons down the back ending at a straight hem. 100% silk. By Gucci.
This blouse is made of beautiful material and the colour is lovely but I am not keen on the tie neck look.
1- The Duchess of Cambridge wore it on 12th March 2019 when visiting the Henry Fawcett Children’s Centre in Lambeth, south London.
Bespoke version of the long tier black mix violet jacquard dress. Kate’s dress doesn’t include the thin straps and boning within the bodice with built in bra construction. It is instead an off-the-shoulder version of the dress. The black silk-blend dress features a floaty full skirt divided in tiers by black ribbons, a black satin waistband and is beautifully embroidered with green and violet flowers. It has organza layering throughout the skirt. From the Alexander McQueen’s Resort 2016 collection.
I am not a big fan of this dress, I think it lacks lustre and it doesn’t fit the Duchess as it accentuates her lack of feminine hips.
1- The Duchess of Cambridge wore the dress on 12th February 2017 to attend the 70th annual British Academy Film Awards at the London’s Royal Albert Hall.
2- The gown was worn again with alteration made as cap sleeves were added on 12th March 2019 when attending the 2019 Portrait Gala at the National Portrait Gallery in London.
Bespoke mint silk coat featuring an open front tied by a bow at the collar, button at the cuffs and flap pocket, and pick-stitching in a contrasting thread colour on the pocket flaps and the front closure. By Jenny Packham.
1- The Duchess of Cambridge wore this coat on 21st March 2018 at the Royal Society of Medicine in London.
Lucerne emerald belted silk chiffon gown featuring a draped V-neckline, a flowing silhouette falling in soft pleats, a contrast velvet belt with a bow at the back, cap sleeves and a zip fastening. 100% silk. By Jenny Packham.
1- This gown was worn on 18th February 2018 to attend the 71st British Academy Film Awards in London.