Catherine was a dazzling Disney Princess among the showbiz celebs at the 2019 BAFTAwearing a white Alexander McQueen Off Shoulder Gown. The bodice of the Grecian-style dress was figure-hugging with a fitted waistline before flowing into a billowing skirt. It has a floral detailing on the shoulder that finished the dress in true couture style.
Royal Elegance is a long shot for Hollywood Celebs - We Royal Watchers have been saying this thing from the very get-go. And Duchess of Cambridge proved it with just one appearance - BAFTA 2018. While expecting her third child Prince Louis of Cambridge, Catherine joined Duke of Cambridge at the 2018 BAFTA wearing a Jenny Packham Green Gown. The muted green flowing silk gown featuring a black ribbon on the waistline having bow details at the back was based on Lucerne Belted chiffon Gown from label’s Pre-Spring/Summer 2019 collection. The £2240 silk chiffon gown had cap sleeves and vee-neckline and zip fastening.
Duchess of Cambridge at Norway Gala Dinner wearing Alexander McQueen Cape gown
Alexander McQueen Blush Gown/Kongehuset
It was a Princess Mummy moment at Norway Gala dinner in February 2018. The 6 months pregnant Duchess of Cambridge was looking like a Princess stepped out of Disney movies. She wore Alexander McQueen blush gown that featured crystal flower embellishment around the neckline. The Highlight of the flowing gown was the cape that gave the gown a soft regal, vintage as well mysterious touch.
I would love to see the look making a return sometime in future.
Duchess in Jenny Packham Sheath Dress for Canada Tour 2016
For the anticipating tour beginning, Duchess of Cambridge Catherine wore a bespoke flattering blue coloured Jenny Packham Blue Shift Dress. The collared dress is a classic sheath knee-length dress that has a self-belt, slightly puffed fluted and bracelet-length sleeves, and a concealed zipper a vee at the back neckline.
Duchess recycled the bespoke gown for 2016 December Diplomatic Reception. This time duchess paired the look with Princess Diana’s favourite Queen Mary’s Lover’s Knot Tiara and diamond earrings on loan from HM.
Alexander McQueen for Singapore State Visit 2014
The Duchess of Cambridge chose Alexander McQueen Gray Coat for Singapore State Visit. Catherine’s garment is a customized version of the Alexander McQueen Spring 2015 collection.
The ‘Ready to Wear’ version of the knee-length Aster Flower dress features a boat neckline, metallic embroidery, sheer sleeves, a flared skirt, three-quarter sheer sleeves and a pure silk lining. Duchess finished her looks with L.K. Bennett Sledge Pumps and Natalie Raffia Clutch.
Roland Mouret cream gown for private dinner London 2012
Turquoise Jenny Packham Bridal gown for Olympic Gala London 2012
To mark the countdown to the London Olympic Games at Royal Albert Hall in 2012 Duchess of Cambridge chose one of her favourite designer Jenny Packham The style combines an emerald lace bodice embellished with Swarovski crystals and a pleated skirt, ribbon waisted with a crystal and flower embellishment. Duchess carried the matching Jenny Packham Clutch from to compliment her look. Duchess wore Jimmy Choo Vamp Glitter Platform Sandals and to finish the look dangling diamond earrings.
She carried a modified version of the Alexander McQueen bow clutch, along with a scarf crafted of Strathearn tartan. Duchess finished the look with a new brooch that features two dolphins.
Alexander McQueen for Diamond Jubilee Lunch
In 2012 for Queen Elizabeth II’s Diamond Jubilee church service Duchess wore the slim-fitting nude lace Alexander McQueen dress, designed by Sarah Burton with nude empire band. The knee-length dress showcased exquisite lace atop an ivory base, long sleeves, a modified boat neckline, and satin ribbon or sash detailing at the waist. The look was teamed up with a fascinator by Jane Taylor. The Duchess was in her LK Bennett Sledge pumps and carried Prada clutch.
The Duchess of Cambridge attended the premiere of “War Horse” wearing Alice Temperley’s black lace floor-length maxi dress. The style called Amoret showcased French lace with a floral motif atop a nude silk lining, unlined lace sleeves, a snug fit to the hip where the skirt then flares to the floor, waist detailing with a bow, three-quarter sleeves, a deep vee neck and keyhole opening at the back.
Temperley London Amoret Gown
The duchess paired the look with a Pretty Ballerinas Bow Clutch with diamond drop earrings and bracelet. The gown came back again in 2012 for fundraising night for her former university, St Andrews and then in 2013 for the screening of ground-breaking at Natural History Museum.
Duchess recycled old coat for Zara Phillips Wedding - July 2011
Duchess of Cambridge was in a low-key yet stylish look for Zara Phillips marriage. For the family event, Duchess brought her old tailored pale gold brocade embroidered coat by Jane Throughton that we saw on Laura Bowles wedding in 2006.
In July 2011, Duchess joined Prince William for BAFTA Dinner in a gorgeous Alexander McQueen Lavender Gown. The dress made of light layers of silk and chiffon was belted with crystals.
Alexander McQueen lilac Gown
Duchess finished her looks with a pair of silver platform Jimmy Choo stilettoes, a silver beaded clutch bag and a diamond bracelet. She wore diamond chandelier-style earrings loaned from the Queen.
Jenny Packham Blush Pink Gown
For ARK (Absolute Return for Kids) gala dinner in London in June 2011 Duchess chose floor-length blush pink rose sequin-embellished gown with crystal and bead detailing by Jenny Packham's spring 2011 collection.
Duchess brought back the stunning gown again in 2016 at the dinner hosted in the support of East Anglia's Children's Hospices. She repeated the complete look with the exception of earrings. This time Duchess borrowed Diamond Chandelier Earrings earrings from Queen.
Wedding Dress by Sarah Burton from Alexander McQueen
On April 29th 2011 the whole world’s eyes on were Westminster Abbey to see Prince William’s beautiful blushing bride and she did not disappoint. The iconic ivory gown designed by Sarah Burton from Alexander McQueen.
The Royal Collection Trust
The ivory satin bodice was padded slightly at the hips and narrowed at the waist, and was inspired by the Victorian tradition of corsetry that is a particular Alexander McQueen hallmark and 1950s fashion. The lace bodice features V-neck line and long sleeves with incorporated floral motifs cut from machine-made lace, which was then appliquéd on to silk net (tulle) by workers from the Royal School of Needlework at Hampton Court Palace. On the back were 58 buttons of gazar and organza, which fasten using rouleau loops.
Kate's bridal shoes were also designed by Sarah Burton and were made of ivory duchess satin with lace hand-embroidered by the Royal School of Needlework. Kate wore diamond earrings - set stylized oak leaves with a pear-shaped diamond set-drop and a pavé-set diamond acorn in the centre made by Robinson Pelham.
Cartier Halo Tiara (Photo: Royal Collection Trust)
Bride borrowed the Cartier halo tiara from the Queen for her wedding day. Made in 1936 for the Queen Mother by Cartier, from diamonds and platinum, it was passed to the Queen on her 18th birthday in 1944.
The Nannette by Reiss - Official Engagement photoshoot
For the official engagement photoshoot by famous photographer Mario Testino Kate chose an off the rack look. She wore £159 Nannette Style by Reiss that has 3 quarter sleeves, an asymmetric draped neckline, a panelled waistband with side pockets and an overlay on the front skirt with an exposed zipper on the front.
On 16th November 2010, Prince William introduced his future wife Catherine Middleton to the world. Commonly known as Kate, Catherine came before millions of people wearing a beautiful silk jersey rich blue wrap dress by British label Issa.
Sapphire and Diamond Engagement Ring
The most noticeable accessory of the day was her engagement ring. It was the same ring Prince Charles chose to propose Late Princess Diana. Ring created by jeweller 'Garrard' consists of 14 solitaire diamonds surrounding a 12-carat oval blue Ceylon sapphire set in 18-karat white gold. Catherine teamed up her engagement ring with a gold and sapphire necklace and earrings from the Elsa Peretti® Cabochon by the Yard collection at Tiffany.
Tiffany & Co Sapphire Oval Cabochon Earrings and Necklace
The dress was relaunched in 2012 and it was sold almost immediately online. Unfortunately the label stopped functioning some years ago.