The teal dress didn’t make another appearance until November 2018, when Kate wore it to the Tusk Conversation Awards in London.
Kate went for a more casual look on this occasion by wearing her hair down, but she kept with her colorful theme by carrying a turquoise clutch. It matched the details of the dress exactly, turning Kate into a teal-covered goddess.
Blue-Green Jenny Packham Dress - December 2014
Just a few months later, Kate donned the blue-green Jenny Packham dress yet again, this time for the St. Andrews 600th Anniversary Dinner at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
For this formal occasion, Kate paired the gown with black pumps and a stylish updo. She finished off the outfit with a sparkling pair of Emerald earrings and a matching bracelet, adding a bit of glitz and glamor to the look.
Teal Jenny Packham Gown - May 2012
The blue-green dress wasn’t the only item from Jenny Packham that Kate kept on-hand in her closet. While attending “Our Greatest Team Rises,” the BOA Olympic Concert at the Royal Albert Hall, Kate donned another dress from the designer.
The teal Jenny Packham dress was another floor-length number with lace detailing around the top. To complement the bright color, Kate paired the gown with silver dangling earrings and silver platform heels.
Wine Paule Ka Skirt Suit - October 2012
While meeting with law students at London’s Middle Temple, Kate wore a wine-colored skirt suit by French designer Paule Ka. The skirt flares out slightly from Kate’s small frame and features horizontal lines that add some interest to the outfit.
On this occasion, Kate wore the skirt suit with black tights and simple black shoes. She wore a shirt underneath the jacket and kept her hair down, creating a professional, but laidback look.
Wine Paule Ka Skirt Suit - February 2017
Kate pulled out the Paule Ka skirt suit again in February 2017 while acting as a royal patron of Action for Children in Wales. Instead of a simple shirt hidden under the jacket, Kate changed up the look by wearing a black turtleneck underneath the blazer.
She again wore black tights, but this time paired them with comfortable boots that allowed her to be on her feet all day. Her hair remained down but was pulled back from her face, allowing her to work without distraction.