Discover the most beautiful Jenny Packham dresses worn by the Duchess of Cambridge
It’s no secret that The Duchess of Cambridge is a fan of the British designer, Jenny Packham. From floor length sequinned dresses to fairytale chiffon gowns, its easy to see why the designer’s stunning occasion wear is much loved by the glamourous Royal. She has worn bespoke Jenny packham pieces on a number of occasions including state tours, black tie events and (of course) Prince George’s first outing on the steps of the Lindo Wing of St Mary’s Hospital back in July 2013. With a hectic scheduale of endless Royal engagments, its understandable that The Duchess would need a fool proof go-to designer.
And as the designer’s latest collection was recently unveiled at New York Fashion Week, well, all bets are on as to what Kate will wear next…
The collection remained glamourous as ever this season with the designer revealing that she wanted to achieve an “upbeat, sexy, glamorous party look” drawing inspiration from the 1980’s disco club scene in Paris. There were rich jewel hues, fearless clashing tones, and lots of sparkle. Could this year see Kate upping the style stakes even more? We can just picture The Duchess gracing a film premiere in this billowing purple gown.
Flick through to view all the dresses which are quite literally fit for a princess, plus all her best Jenny Packham looks…
With its stunning bright hue we reckon this dress would be perfect for a formal dinner during Kate and William’s tour of India this spring.
A bit of a statement dress, this daring number has a distinct 70s vibe. We have no doubt that Catherine could pull it off! It might work well for a glamourous evening in Rio De Janiero during The Olympic Games later this year.
Roll out the red carpet. With its high neckline, gorgeous sheer sleeves and lots of shine we think this number would defintely suit The Duchess.
With its wide skirt and flattering navy hue this dress would complement Kate’s tiny waist.
It is rumoured that The Duchess may embark on her first solo tour later in the year. This sophisticated dress could work well for an event with goverment officials.
This swishy floor length number would certainly work well on the red carpet. We love!
William and Kate will meet the Himalayan Kingdom of Bhutan’s King, Jigme Khesar Namgyel Wangchuck and his wife Queen Jetsun Pema during their tour of India this year. We reckon this gown could be an excellent sartorial choice for an evening event with the couple.
It’s not often we see The Duchess in yellow, but this gorgeous gown would no doubt turn heads.
We love this fairytale gown – could it be an option for The Queen’s birthday dinner?
With its cinched in waist this playful dress could be an option for a glamourous evening dinner.
The world’s eyes were on Kate Middleton as she stepped out of the Lindo Wing of St.Mary’s Hospital in London in July 2013. As much as everyone was excited to see the royal baby, what Kate would be wearing was also very much on everyone’s minds. As the Duchess hadn’t been seen in public since June 15, there was building interest in what outift she would choose to reveal the new heir to the waiting cameras. Kate didn’t disappoint with a pretty blue polka dot dress by Jenny Packham to signify the arrival of her new baby boy.
Visiting Singapore on the first day of the Diamond Jubilee Tour of Asia and the South Pacific, Kate nodded to Singapore’s heritage while championing British fashion. Her bespoke Jenny Packham kimono-style dress was embroidered with pink and white orchids – the flower of Singapore.
A recycled duck-egg blue Jenny Packham dress was the perfect choice for Kate and William’s final engagement in Singapore. The muted shades and 40s shape of Kate’s pleated knee-length dress, paired with a traditional cream parasol, give the outfit a vintage feel.
The Duchess of Cambridge wowed on the red carpet at the start of our sporting summer, stepping out for an Olympic Concert at the Royal Albert Hall. The flowing teal gown with delicate lace detail suited Kate perfectly – and we loved her updo too!
Despite a plunging neckline at the front, this Jenny Packham dress had a beautiful demure feel at the back. All over, delicate lace and a line of neat buttons gave the detail a distinctly Victorian feel.
Proving that Ms Packham is just as skilled at producing beautiful, feminine dresses away from the red carpet – we love this lemon yellow retro-style shirtdress which Kate wore on her summer 2011 tour of the US and Canada.
For the second time during their Royal tour, the Duchess chose Jenny Packham. This floral knee-length number was just the ticket for a day at the polo in Santa Barbara.
Kate commissioned this stunning Grecian-style, asymmetric grey gown from Jenny Packham for a 2011 reception at St James’s Palace. We love the liquid metal look of this flowing dress – perhaps she’ll step out in it again as the metallic trend continues?
For her first formal appearance after her wedding, the Duchess of Cambridge chose Jenny Packham. Taking to the red carpet at a charity gala, this beautiful sequined sugar-pink gown shows off Kate’s enviable waist to perfection.