In 2012, the Duchess of Cambridge wore a stunning pink dress by Emilia Wickstead twice within the same month. First, she wore it to The Queen’s Sovereigns’ luncheon at Windsor Castle. Two weeks later, the Duchess donned the dress again – this time for her first Garden Party at Buckingham Palace. You can view pictures of Kate in the dress here (external link). Kate’s dress featured a knee-length skirt and box neckline. The dress was an immediate hit with fans – it was immensely popular and many hope Kate will wear the piece again soon.
Here’s how Charlene describes the dress:
…another style-stealer from Kate Middleton. It was a lovely style which features a square neckline, long sleeve and neatly pleated skirt. The shade of pink will make you stand out among the crowd.
It’s a pretty good copy, don’t you think? I think it looks very similar.
Charlene wanted me to communicate something that I think is very important. ALL of her dresses are handmade made-to-order. This means you can request custom sizes and lengths, you just need to send the Zepherra team your measurements.
Charlene also stresses that the materials for her dresses are carefully sourced. She assures high quality and brilliant workmanship – each dress is made with care in Zepherra’s small designer studio.
* Zepherra approached me about advertising this dress to my readers. I accepted because the dress is a #RepliKate that many of you guys (my readers) will love. Advertising supports this blog and allows me to continue providing content for free. Read my earnings disclosure here.