The Duchess of Cambridge has had a hectic month brimming with numerous appearances and engagements. As her growing baby bump gets bigger, Kate has been turning to high-end brand Goat to cater to all her wardrobe needs! Kicking off 8 November, the Duchess attended the Place2Be's School Leaders Forum in London, where she has been a patron since 2013. The mother to Prince George and Princess Charlotte wore the Eloise Tunic dress in a deep cranberry shade. The high-necked dress boasted statement shoulder detail in the form of slight padding, and a smattering of bold buttons. Priced at £480, the frock sold out almost immediately.
Duchess Kate wore the cranberry 'Eloise' dress 8 November
On 14 November, the Duchess looked incredible as she visited the Hornsey Road Children's centre. The establishment is based in Islington, and the wife of Prince William glowed as she greeted staff, wearing Goat's Redgrave Coat. The timeless outerwear item was in a pure ivory shade, and is completely collarless, having a distinctive retro feel to it. Priced at £600, it is still in stock in limited sizes.
Goat's ivory 'Redgrave' coat
Prince William and Kate visited the city of Birmingham on 22 November, which was their second visit to the city. Kate looked stunning in an all-black outfit, which consisted of a striking dress coat- Goat's Washington design, which she had worn before and was from a past season. It’s easy to see why Prince Harry's sister-in-law would re-cycle the item, for the classic black shade and cuff detail makes it totally timeless.
Timeless in the 'Washington' design
On 6 December, Kate looked particularly festive as she graced the staff and waiting photographers in Manchester, at the Children's Global Media Summit. The sister of Pippa Middleton stunned in the brands' 'Elodie' dress, which features an on-trend funnel neck, and extravagant bell-sleeves. The dress retails at £450 and is selling out rapidly!
Lady in red! The 'Elodie' dress
The British brand was established by founder Jane Lewis in 2001, and actually began life as a cashmere range, before developing in to a fully-fledged, ready-to-wear collection. The brand is adored by many high-profile celebrities and movie stars, including Victoria Beckham, Lana del Ray and Gwyneth Paltrow. The brand is famed for its fuss-free, elegantly cut items that are timeless and classic, and will never date.