Duchess Kate wears LK Bennett Detroit Dress

February 14th, 2014


Duchess Kate has worn her first new look of the year on a visit to Northolt High School in Ealing today, and she again went for a High Street Label.

Choosing one of her favourite shades of blue, Kate looked chic and beautiful in the Detroit dress from LK Bennett. With its notched collar detail, this dress gives the impression of a bolero jacket over a shift style dress. The three quarter sleeves and the modest neckline make this another elegant choice for the Duchess.

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At the time of writing, the dress is still available in almost all sizes on the LK Bennett website, but this is sure to change if past experience of Kate’s Midas touch is anything to go by.

Detroit Notch Collar Fitted Dress £225 click to visit LK Bennett

Detroit Notch Collar Fitted Dress £225 click to visit LK Bennett

The dress also comes in a gorgeous purple – red violet colour that I can almost see Pippa Middleton wearing, as well as a classic light cream version.

Detroit Fitted Dress £225 click to visit LK Bennett

Detroit Fitted Dress £225 click to visit LK Bennett

Detroit Fitted Dress £225 click to visit LK Bennett

Detroit Fitted Dress £225 click to visit LK Bennett

Kate chose classic black accessories with this look, but you could also opt for colour clash with red accessories, or add a metallic silver or gold. The Sledge heels are another favourite of Duchess Kate, she usually opts for the nude version. I love the shiny elegance of the black patent version.

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Sledge Patent Leather Platform Court Shoe £195 click to visit LK Bennett

Sledge Patent Leather Platform Court Shoe £195 click to visit LK Bennett

 

 

 

 



2 Responses to “Duchess Kate wears LK Bennett Detroit Dress”

  1. It’s amazing how quickly these dresses sell out once Kate wears them – LK Bennett must love her! x

    • fashion-mommy says:

      Most definitely. I think Kate is really clever, she chooses dresses that are just perfect for the occasion, and yet avoids the designer price tag. I think if she wore true designer all the time there would be a backlash, she manages to walk the fine line.

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