Bespoke version of the macramé pussy bow corydalis blue shirt featuring sheer long sleeves, a macramé trim, a selt tie bow, front button closure and it is partially lined. Composition: 50% cotton 25% polyester 25% silk. Made in Lebanon. By Elie Saab.
The maxi length skirt is made of embroidered tulle and features a sheer A-line skirt with embroidered with metallic dots throughout. It is fully line with a zipper closure at the back. Composition: 68% polyester 17% silk 10% cotton 4% polyamide. Made in Lebanon. By Elie Saab.
1- The Duchess of Cambridge wore these two items on 18th June 2019 when attending the Ascot races.
Bespoke delicate baby-pink guipure lace and beige tulle gown. It features distinctive flared cuffs, a scalloped, plunging neckline, a v-neckline at the back, and a concealed hook and zip fastening at back. By Marchesa.
This is a beautiful gown, however I find the colour a bit washed out and the neckline is too plunging.
1- The Duchess of Cambridge wore the gown on 12th July 2017 to attend the Buckingham Palace state banquet in honour of the Spanish King and Queen’s first official UK visit.
Embellished deep red tulle midi dress featuring tactile lattice and rosette motifs and partially lined to create a sweetheart neckline. The fit-and-flare design has flexible boning and a defined bead and crystal-embellished waist. The full, layered skirt is reinforced along the hem to hold its voluminous shape. By Marchesa Notte.
This is a beautiful design very reminiscent of the 50s. The shape is lovely and the colour is very attractive.
1- The Duchess of Cambridge wore this dress on 4th April 2017 at the opening night of the musical 42nd Street at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane, London.
Floor-grazing ink blue silk tulle gown featuring a wrapped front, a V-neckline, gathered short sleeves, a black velvet sash, and a hidden back zip. The gown has a tailored bodice and a full skirt. It is by Jenny Packham.
I absolutely adore this dress, it is the epitome of elegance and feminity. It is literally exquisite!
1- The Duchess of Cambridge wore it for the first time on 24th October 2013 at the 100 Women in Hedge Funds dinner at Kensington Palace in London.
2- Kate wore the dress again on 11th February 2014 at the National Portrait Gallery in London.
3- The gown was worn again on 9th December 2014 at the Metropolitan Museum of Art for the St Andrews 600th Anniversary Ball in New York, when the Duchess of Cambridge was pregnant with Princess Charlotte.
Tulle gown intricately embroidered with retro-inspired florals in shades of sky-blue, orange, green and brown. It features short sleeves, slit sides and a concealed zip fastening at the back. The red bead embellishments mean there’s no need for a necklace. By Tory Burch.
This dress shows too many colours and it looks too ethnic to my taste. I however like the shape when it is worn by the Duchess.
1- The Duchess of Cambridge wore it on 14th April 2016 at a private dinner with the King and Queen of Bhutan at Lingkana Palace in the capital city of Thimphu.
“Delphia” embroidered top made of sheer pastel pink tulle appliquéd with black crocheted trims and crystals and “Delphia” pastel pink silk organza maxi skirt with light catching crystals and intricate black crochet trims with a concealed hook and zip fastening at the side. By Temperley London.
This is a fabulous combo, so delicate and feminine. I particurlarly like the skirt with it’s ethereal effect, it is absolutely exquisite.
1- The Duchess of Cambridge wore the top and skirt on 11th April 2016 to attend a birthday party for Her Majesty the Queen at the residence of the British High Commissioner in New Delhi, India.