New Zealand-born fashion designer Emilia Wickstead has long been the top of the list of Kate Middleton’s favourites when it comes to dressing to impress.
Earlier this week, Kate wore an emerald green dress from Emilia Wickstead to open the new Anna Freud National Centre, the headquarters of a children’s mental health charity in North London, and it’s not the only occasion she’s shown her support for the brand.
In fact, the Duchess of Cambridge has been wearing Wickstead since the beginning of her royal career. Here are just a few of her most iconic looks:
Combining the key hallmarks of confident silhouettes and bright colours, Emilia Wickstead clothes have been woven into Kate’s wardrobe in various ways over the years, but have often proved to be well out of budget for royal fans hoping to emulate her look.
However, thanks to the arrival of a new capsule collection, from the The Outnet, a website that offers high-end labels at more affordable prices, that could all be about to change.
The exclusive edit by Emilia Wickstead encapsulates Emilia’s trademark blend of femininity and modernity, bringing you everything from a gorgeous lilac jumpsuit to a flowing floral midi skirt with her signature twists.
And while it’s still not cheap by any stretch of the imagination, an average garment from the label retails for upwards of £1,000, so shopping the edit is certainly a cheaper way of stealing Kate’s style, with many of the styles discounted by up to 65 per cent.
In fact, looking through the range, we imagine the duchess herself might even be tempted by a piece or two…