Kate Middleton chose the Goat Scarlet dress for a visit to a London school in 2014.
Then-then duchess wore the coral pink dress during a visit to hear a progress update on the M-PACT (Moving Parents and Children Together) program.
Note: Goat rebranded to Jane Atelier in 2021.
About the Goat ‘Scarlett’ dress:
Kate wore the Goat ‘Scarlett’ dress in ‘geranium,’ which is a warm coral-pink colour. The dress was crafted from Italian wool crepe material. It features a round neck, elbow-length sleeves, an optional belt, pleat detail on the front and a slit on the back.
The Outnet sold the Scarlett dress too. Here’s how they described it:
- Waist belt, back vent, fully lined
- Concealed zip fastening at back
- 100% wool; lining: 100% polyester
- Dry clean only
- Fits true to size
- Fitted at the bust and waist, slightly loose at the hip
- Mid-weight, non-stretchy fabric
Where to buy Kate’s Goat ‘Scarlett’ dress:
Goat have discontinued the Scarlett dress design, unfortunately.
Kate wearing Goat:
About Goat / Jane:
The fashion label formerly known as Goat rebranded to Jane Atelier after selling its trademark to a sneaker marketplace.
The transition from Goat to Jane Atelier, led by founder Jane Lewis, seemed like a natural evolution rather than a complete overhaul. The brand retains its core DNA—elegant, timeless pieces designed with a discerning eye.
While the name change came out of legal necessity, it also offered an opportunity for a fresh chapter without losing the essence of what made the brand resonate with its audience in the first place.
For fashion aficionados, the label remains a go-to for understated luxury, just under a new moniker.