By Fiona Embleton published
With Spring just around the corner our minds are turning to warm-weather outfits. Lucky for us, Kate Middleton's favorite dress brand Ghost is serving up exactly what we need for spring with luxe new styles and patterns.
Fashion-wise, Ghost has had a somewhat chequered history. In the '90s, Ghost was the go-to brand for the slinky slip dresses that were the height of cool at the time. However, the brand increasingly became seen as a destination for bridesmaid's dresses and occasion wear only. However, since Ghost relaunched a few years ago, it has consistently produced pieces that work for both the office, nights out and, yes, special occasions.
The brand has also caught the eye of the Duchess of Cambridge who has worn several of its dresses, most notably the Ghost Avery dress in blue floral, which, thanks to the royal seal of approval, subsequently sold out on every website.
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This season prepare for perhaps a more directional taste in design as Ghost continues to reposition itself as a fashion-forward brand for women who like their dresses feminine and chic.
Keep scrolling to see the pieces we predict you'll see Kate Middleton wearing this spring:
Fiona Embleton is a beauty writer who is now Acting Beauty Editor at Stylist. She is obsessed with Isabel Marant and cats.
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