Kate Middleton's Teal Dress Introduces Your New Favorite Brand For Ethereal Essentials
Kate Middleton has her brand (and closet) favorites — and anyone who follows the royal's style closely is probably well aware of this. She's keen to coat dresses, of which a particular Alexander McQueen find seems to be her most loved of all. She also religiously shops Emmy London's footwear collection and has been a longtime fan of Superga's classic white sneakers. Every now and then, however, the duchess switches it up and dons a new label or a fresh wardrobe piece that sets the sartorial world ablaze. Such was the case with Kate Middleton's teal silk dress, which introduces a new brand that's destined to become your go-to for ethereal essentials.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are busy tending to their duties in South Africa — with Markle's royal tour outfits earning praise across the board — while the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are currently busy in London. The two are gearing up for their own royal tour — aka, "an official visit to Pakistan this autumn, at the request of the Foreign and Commonwealth Office," per an official Kensington Palace tweet — making an Oct. 2 visit to meet with His Highness The Aga Khan at the Aga Khan Centre, a spiritual leader and Imam of the Shia Imami Ismaili Muslims.
For her latest engagement, Middleton took an exceptionally chic style approach, which, sure, she does all the time, but there was something about the Weds. look that really had fans in a frenzy. A teal, silky frock blew gracefully in the wind as the duchess arrived at the Aga Khan Centre with Prince William by her side. The jewel-toned hue was absolutely stunning, as was the frock's gorgeous fabrication.
Middleton's dress, which features airy blouson sleeves and a elasticated waist that's accented by a two-tone silk tie-belt, hails from a brand that should definitely be on your radar right now: ARoss Girl x Soler.
ARoss Girl x Soler is a collaborative line between Amanda Ross, a designer, stylist, and former Harper's Bazaar editor and Soler, a Notting Hill-based atelier that Ross fell in love with on a visit to London. The result of these two merging? An ethereal, whimsical line of silk dresses and more that marries city-chic sensibilities, as inspired by Ross' Upper East Side lifestyle, with the vintage ambience of London's Portobello Market.
Ahead, shop some of The Zoe Report's favorite pieces from the stunning ARoss Girl x Soler range. Warning: You'll want everything.