What’s the saying? Anything that Kate Middleton
touches wears turns to gold? Ever since Kate wore that infamous blue Issa dress to announce her engagement to Prince William back in 2010 (which is back in stock, by the way!), the London-by-way-of-Brazil designer has been on everyone’s radar. We’re sure the reason why the Duchess is such a fan of designer Daniella Helayel’s dresses is for their perfectly flattering fit and easy-to-manage materials (Middleton’s navy dress was made of silk jersey).
Now the fashion line has created an exclusive collection of dresses for Net-A-Porter, which means that you, too, can look comfortably chic, just like the royal maven herself. The six dresses—ribbed and knitted—are in bold hues, not unlike a bag of royal jewels, and boast modestly short hems with a bouncy and breezy flared skirt. Some have cut-out details in the back, others have quarter-length sleeves, so you’re bound to find a style that suits you.
Read more fashion and beauty news: DL1961 Jeans x Bagsnob, Butter London’s Olympics-themed collection, and Victoria by Victoria Beckham dresses on Net-A-Porter.