Floral print “Rosie” top made of soft touch fabric and featuring an elegant boat neck, flattering three quarter-length sleeves with notch detailing. Fabric composition: 100% Viscose / Rayon. By Hobbs.
1- This top was worn on 29th March 2018 when the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge undertook engagements to celebrate the Commonwealth at the Olympic Park’s Copper Box arena for a SportAid event and then to help out with a Commonwealth Big Lunch at St Luke’s Community Centre.
Midi length skirt with a fitted high waist, tucked folds that create volume and pockets combined with a top featuring elbow-length sleeves and boatneck design. They are both crafted from a romantic Hurst Rose print cotton faille with a slight sheen. By Erdem.
Lovely floral ensemble, with a lovely romantic pattern.
1- The Duchess of Cambridge wore the top and skirt on 18th July 2017 at the Stutthof concentration camp in Poland.
White baseline half-Zip tennis top made of Dri-FIT fabric wicks sweat to help keep dry and comfortable. It features a mock neck and 1/2-zip front for a custom fit, 3/4-length sleeves with stretch cuffs for a snug, comfortable fit, contoured seams for natural range of motion, flat seams feel smooth against the skin. Dri-FIT 88% polyester/12% spandex. By Nike.
1- The Duchess of Cambridge wore this top on 24th February 2016 when taking part in a workshop Edinburgh with tennis coach Judy Murray in Edinburgh.
Red and black cube heart print top reminiscent of vintage 70s styling and ivory silk knee-length pleated skirt that has a mid-rise, a red and black cube print and a black waistband with a hidden side zip fastening. Both by asian designer Raoul.
I am not a great fan of this skirt and top but it looks pretty comfortable.
1- The Duchess of Cambridge wore it on 12th September 2012 to visit the Strathmore Green housing estate in Singapore.