This full-length purple and turquoise patterned wrap skirt was especially made by tailors in London using fabric sourced from local weaver Kelzang Wangmo who is based in Thimphu and often weaves for the royal family in Bhutan. These fabrics are made by hand with no use of machinery, with Kelzang and her team relying on traditional techniques from making the texture to dyeing the material.
This skirt is made of a fabulous high quality fabric, it looks gorgeous and the colours are beautiful.
1- The Duchess of Cambridge wore this skirt on 14th April 2016 at the capital of Thimphu by King of Bhutan Jigme Khesar Namgyel Wangchuck and his wife Jetsun Pema.
Dove-grey wool-crepe peplum dress with shoulder pleats, turquoise stone, gold-tone metal and yellow bead neckline and cuff embellishment, peplum waist and a back vent. It has an exposed light-gold zip fastening along the back. It is by Matthew Williamson.
This is a gorgeous dress, very feminine and with exquisite details and combination of colours.
1- The Duchess of Cambridge wore it on 25th April 2012 to attend the African Cats film premiere in London.
2- The Duchess wore the dress again on 18th November 2015 to attend the Place2Be Headteacher Conference at Bank of America Merrill Lynch in London.
The ‘Evelyn’ dress is a cotton viscose-blend dress with a boat-neck, a V back neckline and short sleeves with a turquoise, dark-green and cream check-print. The slim-fitting dress has side pockets, a gathered waist and pleated skirt with a matching waist-tie. It is by Jonathan Saunders.
I usually am not a big fan of the bold print fabrics but this dress is very pretty on the Duchess.
1- Kate wore it on 16th September 2012 at the Solomon Islands.
2- The Duchess wore the dress again on 6th July 2014 at Wimbledon.