Kate Middleton wore the Temperley London Emblem flare dress to an engagement in 2013. The then-Duchess attended a swanky soiree, held in benefit of Action on Addiction, wearing the black fit and flare-style dress.
About The Temperley London Emblem Flare Dress
The Temperley London Emblem Flare Dress is from the label’s Pre-Fall 2014 collection. Apparently, the design was inspired by stained glass ironwork and woven from a lightweight cotton-blend yarn.
The black long-sleeved dress features a slashed neckline, a scoop back and delicate cut out panels.
The dress originally retailed for £595.
Temperley London describe the black dress as feminine with “an edge”.
Here’s another look at the dress worn by the Temperley London model:
Kate’s worn a lot of Temperley London designs:
Kate’s worn many Temperley London designs since joining the Royal Family. At one time, the designer’s intricate lace dresses and elegant evening wear were her go-to for formal events and overseas tours.
About Temperley London:
Temperley London is a British fashion brand founded by Alice Temperley in 2000. Known for its artisan techniques and romantic silhouettes, the brand exudes a kind of bohemian glamour that’s both luxurious and accessible. It’s a favourite among celebrities and royals alike, offering a range of pieces from daywear to bridal collections.