Black Friday and Cyber Monday in Royal Style
Black Friday and Cyber Monday are just around the corner. 2020 is not an ordinary year so we will have to mark this much-awaited sale weekend in an extraordinary way. None of us will be standing in a line outside our favourite store this year. But that does not mean we cannot take the full advantage of the yearly sales we waited all year for.
Today, I am rounding up some beautiful numbers from the Royal wardrobe of The Duchess of Cambridge. Many of them are on sale.
Temperley London Honeycomb Jumper: Crafted in Italy from 100% lambswool, the Honeycomb Knit Jumper is a true Temperley staple. First made by Alice when she was studying at Central Saint Martins in 1997, this piece is still a Temperley favourite. Featuring a roll neck and understated bell sleeves, our unique honeycomb knit pattern has been reworked using the best Italian yarn. This jumper was worn by The Duchess of Cambridge in 2017. It is back in stock for £395. The jumper is available in 7 different shades – Pale Rose, Ruby Red, Black, Navy, Lilac, Butter Milk and Powder Blue.
LK Bennett Mortimer Dress: The Duchess of Cambridge debuted this dress in December 2018. Crafted from luxurious silk, this green and cream polka dot dress takes its inspiration from the tea dress and has a pussy bow neckline, oversized pearl buttons, long sleeves and a body-skimming fit falling to just below the knee. The gorgeous polka dot dress is currently on 30% sale.
LK Bennett Pumps: The Duchess of Cambridge is a huge fan of LK Bennett pumps. She owns their three styles – all in nude tones:
- LK Bennett Sledge Pumps: This gorgeous pair was part of The Duchess of Cambridge’s early year’s wardrobe after her wedding. She wore the trusty pumps so many times that they became her signature style as a new bride. Crafted in Spain from glossy beige patent leather, the Sledge pumps have an almond-shaped toe, a slim 15mm platform sole sitting on non-slip resin and an elegant 110mm stiletto heel. And now they are back and are on sale.
- LK Bennett Floret Patent Leather Pumps: Another timeless piece in Duchess’s wardrobe is this Patent leather pumps from British label. Equipped with a timeless silhouette, this style features an elegant pointed toe and manageable heel. Shown in versatile black patent leather, the Floret pump will easily complete both day and evening looks. They are available in 6 shades on 30% sale.
- LK Bennett Fern Trench Leather Pumps: Beautifully-crafted in Spain from smooth nude leather, this L.K.Bennett signature style has a pointed toe, single sole and a slender, 100mm stiletto heel. Offering a sleek and stylish finish at 30% off.
Annoushka 18ct Gold Baroque Pearl Earring Drops: As seen on The Duchess of Cambridge, who pairs these pearls with her Kiki McDonough gold hoops, these two white freshwater pearls have been hand-selected for their even shape and warm, creamy lustre. Suspended on 18ct yellow gold rings, the enchanting detachable pearls are easily added to an earring of choice for an elegant style with dainty, eye-catching movement The $395 pearls are currently on sale and available for $316.
Annouska Eclipse 18ct White Gold Diamond Eternity Ring: The Duchess of Cambridge pairs this ring with her Wedding band and Engagement ring. The engravable ring is part of label’s 20% off selected designs during Gold Weekend sales.
Monica Vinader Siren wire earrings: A versatile piece that we have been seeing The Duchess of Cambridge pairing with many of her styles. The $175 earrings are currently selling for $131.25 and are available in 2 stones and three finishings.
Missoma London Gold Small Molton Hoops, Gold Zenyu Chandelier Earrings and Rhodochrosite Gold Mini Pyramid Charms hoop earrings. The Duchess of Cambridge owns these three pairs from Missoma London. Currently, the label is offering a whopping discount on the jewellery making $84 Gold Small Molton Hoops for $63, $162 Gold Zenyu Chandelier Earrings for $121 and $150 Rhodochrosite Gold Mini Pyramid Charms hoop earrings for $112.
Superga Cotu Sneakers: The Duchess of Cambridge owns them in two colours. Currently, the brand is offering a 30% sale on classic sneakers.
Ghost Kelsea Dress: A great substitute for The Duchess of Cambridge’s Beulah London Calla Rose Red Dress.
Gianvito Rossi Piper Pumps: The new trusty pair of Catherine’s wardrobe is this $680 Suede pumps Currently available in all sizes.
Emmy London: The Duchess of Cambridge’s one of the go-to labels for shoes is offering 20% Off Shoes & Bags Collection. Use The Code EMMYPROMO20. The Duchess of Cambridge owns this Greenery clutch, Cinder Pumps, Midnight Pumps, Natasha Chocolate Clutch, Cinder Clutch.
J. Crew Pearl and Crystal Earrings: The Duchess debuted the elegant pair in 2018. The earrings are currently available for $68.
Goat Redgrave Coat: The staple piece from Catherine’s pregnancy period is currently available in three shades. The white version is on sale for £434.
Goat Binky Blouse: An element from Catherine’s one of the most stunning outfits. A classic and beautifully crafted blouse with Round neck, Full sleeves that gather into the cuff, Silk covered buttons and Invisible centre back zip closure.
Soru Jewellery Ruby Gold Earrings: The Duchess of Cambridge’s red earrings are currently available. The label is offering 30% off with code ‘BF20’ on $191 earrings.
Aspinal of London: The British label is offering whooping up to 50% off on the full collection. The Duchess of Cambridge owns the label’s Mayfair Midi bag in black and Lilac. The Lilac one was original $550 bag is now $385 and the black one was $850 now $680. The bag is available in 40 different shades and textures.
Other pieces that are available from her wardrobe are Spells of Love Alia Hoops for £62.00.
This Smythe blazer has been another staple in her wardrobe. She owns the single-breasted Duchess blazer in navy and khaki. It’s available in all sizes and different colours.
Before I leave you to enjoy your shopping, I wanted to share a thought that has been on my mind for a long time. Many of our national heritages are going through a really tough period due to the COVID-19. They are struggling financially as the number of visitors has declined drastically. So this Christmas and New Year we all can try to support them. If you are buying a gift for your loved ones then you can try to get something from your local heritage gift-shops like Museums. Two birds with one stone. Wish you all happy sales weekend!