Bespoke blush pink, ankle-length silk dress featuring a deep vee-neck and billowing sleeves which are cuffed with three self-covered buttons, pleats at the front and back of the skirt. By Alexander McQueen.
I don’t find the style of this dress very attractive, it is way too fussy. I like the colour and the fabric though.
1- The Duchess wore this bespoke piece for the wedding of her sister Pippa in Berkshire on 20th May 2017.
Custom made icy blue silk and satin single breasted straight coat belted at the waist. It is by the British designer Christopher Kane.
I can’t decide if I like this coat or if I don’t. It looks very regal and fitted for a Princess but on the edge of being a bit too much. I would however say that it is a hit on the Duchess, the colour is delightful.
1- The Duchess of Cambridge wore it for the first time on 27th July 2012 for the Olympic opening ceremony in London.
2- The coat was worn again on 17th June 2014 to attend the Order of the garter parade in London.
3- Kate wore the silk coat again on 16th May 2017 to attend the Queen’s first annual garden party.
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.
Knee-length “Cai” red, green and black floral-print silk-jaquard dress featuring a full skirt, a button-fastening neckline, side slit pockets, a tie-fastening sash and a concealed zip fastening along the back. By Vanessa Seward.
I am not a fan of this dress, it isn’t modern, edgy or young-looking. I don’t like the print either. It isn’t a great pick for the Duchess.
1- Kate wore it on 19th December 2016 at North Kensington for a Christmas Party hosed by youth support service The Mix.
Chiffon with textured velvet print “Cersei” evergreen silk dress featuring a high neck, long sheer sleeves and ankle-length full skirt. Fabric Composition: main: 55% Silk, 45% Viscose, lining: 100% Polyester. By L. K. Bennett.
I am not a big fan of this dress, it is too dark, the fabric pattern is too fussy and the cut not very modern in my opinion. The only thing I like about it is the quality of the fabric.
1- The Duchess of Cambridge wore this dress on 22nd November 2016 at the Natural History Museum in Kensington, London.