In May 2020, the Duchess of Cambridge (Kate Middleton) starred in a video for Heads Together’s Mental Health Minute in support of Mental Health Awareness Week.
In the video, Kate wore Beulah London’s Calla dress in rose-red.
Four months later, Kate wore the dress again. This time, during a visit to communities affected by Coronavirus in London.
About the Beulah London Calla dress:
The dress features a number of unique details, including a broderie lace collar in contrasting white, three-quarter length balloon-shaped sleeves with elongated cuffs, a button-down front with a contemporary concealed placket and a mid-length A-line skirt that skims the ankles. The dress also ties at the back to cinch the waist.
Here’s a closer look at the dress. Note the pretty pink floral block print on the rose-red silk crepe de Chine fabric and the Broderie Anglaise detailing on the cuff.
Buying Kate’s dress:
Kate Middleton and Beulah London
Beulah London is a brand that is synonymous with the Duchess and her style. She’s worn clothing and accessories from the luxury fashion label with some regularity since joining the Royal Family.
Some of our favourites from her wardrobe include the dreamy ice blue Sabitri dress, the stunning red Shibani heart print scarf and the chic Blue Heart clutch (made in collaboration with Aspinal for charity).
About Beulah London
Beulah London is a luxury label with a difference! The company only sells ethically-produced clothing and they donate 10% of their profits to projects that empower women around the world. Beulah employs craftspeople who have come out of human trafficking and the sex trade, providing a sustainable livelihood and helping to break the chains of poverty.
The company’s owners are committed to raising awareness for human trafficking and the sex trade in Delhi.
Lady Natasha Rufus Isaacs and Lavinia Brennan cofounded Beulah London together. Prince William has known Lady Natasha for years. Their fathers are close friends.