In January 2017, the Duchess of Cambridge (Kate Middleton) attended a briefing for her charity, Heads Together. For the event, Kate wore the Erdem Evita dress. The black, yellow and blue dress features a ‘collage’ of printed lily flowers.
About the Erdem Evita Lily Dress:
The floral printed dress features long sleeves, a crew neckline and concealed zip at the back. The skirt stops just above the knees. It’s made from a polyester blend fabric and partially lined with 100% silk.
On their website (page no longer live) Erdem writes that the Evita dress as perfect for transitioning between the seasons, plus it can be worn during the day or night.
Here’s how Erdem describes the lily print:
Vibrant lilies in yellow, green and blue boldly punctuate a light weight, textured black matelassé background; intensely gathered around the waist, neckline and down the sleeves, delicate sprigs fall freely on the skirt, adding free spirited appeal to the formality of the demure silhouette.
Here’s a closer look at the lily print:
Where to buy the Erdem Evita Dress:
Sadly, the dress is no longer available to purchase online. Though, at the time of writing, it can be found on eBay.
Shop Kate’s style:
If you’re looking for an Erdem dress similar to Kate’s, check out these floral printed pieces from the company’s latest collection. All available on Net-A-Porter.com –
Kate Middleton wearing Erdem: