On the 11th of December 2018, Kate showed us – once again – that she has a penchant for polka dots! The Duchess wore this dotty dress by L.K. Bennett. It’s the Mortimer dress in green.
polka dots have one true and slightly surprising stalwart fan – the Duchess of Cambridge. From Wimbledon to weddings, over the years since officially joining the royal family, the Duchess has turned to the print on many an occasion.Chloe Mac Donnell, Telegraph Fashion
About the dress:
The luxurious silk dress features a pussy-bow neckline, oversized pearl buttons, long sleeves and a body-skimming fit with the skirt hitting just below the knee.
the pussybow detail adds a feminine touch to this button-down design.L.K. Bennett
Buying the dress:
The green polka dot dress remains available to purchase from lkbennett.com with 20% off, reducing the price from £325 to £260. It remains available in all sizes. Information correct as of the 21st of Sept 2020.
the dress features pearl buttons alongside a pussy-bow detail. With its pine tree-esque hue, the dress gives a subtle nod towards the festive season but won’t look dated once the last of the Christmas decorations have been taken down.Chloe Mac Donnell, Telegraph Fashion
Kate Middleton wearing L.K. Bennett:
Kate’s had several pairs of L.K. Bennett shoes and handbags in rotation since joining the Royal Family in 2011, plus she’s worn numerous dresses and coats from the brand.
Above: Kate wearing the brand’s Gabrielle Midi Dress to meet the 2019 Teen Hero finalists; Kate wearing the Sledge Pumps and Natalie Clutch in Sydney, Australia during the Royal Tour in 2014; Kate wearing the blue Detroit dress to visit a school in 2014; Kate wearing the Agata heels to the Ark Gala in 2011.
About L.K. Bennett:
L.K. Bennett is known for bringing a bit of “high-end luxury to the High Street”. The company manages to balance contemporary with the classic – in its colours, prints and tailoring. The clothing is distinctive, high-quality- elegant and timeless.