Elegant-style icon Kate Middleton (41) likes to stick to what she’s comfortable with. There is no other explanation for the fact that she bought one cut of the dress from the designer Emilie Wickstead in four color versions. If you like the model for tens of thousands, you will surely be pleased that we have found cheaper variants in which you can make the same show.
Four identical dresses, only in different colors and lengths? Most of us have already been lucky enough to buy a decent and comfortable dress in two colors, but not as many as Kate Middleton.
The Princess of Wales liked designer Emilia Wickstead’s models so much that she not only bought them repeatedly but also recycled them and took them out of the closet repeatedly. After all, if you buy a high-quality model, it will look great even after five years.
New Zealand designer Emilia Wickstead
Emilia Wickstead is a New Zealand designer based at her London label. In 2012, she debuted her spring/summer collection at London Fashion Week, and two years later, she became designer of the year according to Elle magazine.
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The designer plays with colors, and her models are sewn from cotton and silk. The emphasis here is on quality, connecting classic elegance with contemporary trends. No wonder a member of the royal family liked her so much.
Midi dress with A-line skirt
The dress, which Kate has already bought in four colors, has a very feminine cut and matches her slender figure beautifully. The Princess of Wales knows what suits her, so the model she wore in a kerosene shade for a recent meeting with Sweden’s Princess Victoria was the fourth color she has worn.
Long sleeves, midi length, accentuated waist, and flared A-line skirt—that’s a skater cut, which is worn in a variety of lengths, including a mini, but we’ll never see that on Kate.
Kate Middleton does not wear a plunging neckline
And what were the first three colors Kate wore for this cut of dress? In a lavender shade, Kate appeared at the 2018 Mental Health Summit in London. A year later, she brought out both a z-green version with a square neckline and another color, cobalt blue, which again had a more popular boat neck.
The first three models were just above the knees, but the last model was a bit longer. The designer does not have this model anymore, but she has a very similar one, while Kate liked a similar cut, only with an interesting cross on the chest. We’ve added it to the gallery below for you.
Cheaper variants of Kate Middleton’s popular dress cut
The price of a dress by Emilie Wickstead ranges from 20 to 50 thousand crowns, while the mentioned model was sold for 40 thousand crowns at the time of its sale. But we weren’t lazy and looked for you in e-shops and found similar models that wouldn’t break the bank. it will surely serve you very well.
Check out the gallery for all the mentioned models as well as the editor’s tips for similar dresses for a few crowns.