The Duchess of Cambridge has worn several different pieces from maternity brand Seraphine throughout her both of her pregnancies. She has worn the Florrie Floral Print Dress twice to date.
Kate first wore Seraphine’s Florrie Dress in January 2015, to visit Family Friends in Kensington, London. She wore the maternity dress a second time, during a visit to the Emma Bridgewater factory in Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire.
About the Seraphine Florrie Floral Print Dress:
Seraphine describe the digitally printed dress as being “marine ocean” blue. The dress is cut with a curved empire line that defines your waist, and it features stylish cropped sleeves too.
Seraphine say the dress drapes beautifully to finish just above the knee, allowing plenty of movement and a flexible fit for before, during and after pregnancy.
The dress is from Seraphine’s Spring/Summer 2015 collection. It’s available for pre-order on the company’s website now, and will be dispatched in March.
The dress is made from crepe de Chine fabric.
The maternity brand opened its first store 10 years ago on Kensington Church Street. Séraphine is a celebrity and royal favourite – as well as the Duchess, Angelina Jolie, Jessica Alba, Halle Berry, Kate Hudson and Sienna Miller have all worn items from the company.
Kate first wore the maternity brand while pregnant with Prince George. In addition to the Florrie dress, Kate has worn the Renta Wrap Dress in navy spot print, the Knotted Dress with Cropped Sleeves in purple, the White Maxi Skirt, the Marina Coat, and my personal favourite, the Natasha Coat (pictured below) –