Yesterday (and for the duration of the trip thus far), the Duchess of Sussex has not only effortlessly navigated from one event to the next, but she has done so in style – timeless, modern, yet classic, simple, yet regal.
Just yesterday, the Duchess took a few hours off away from the public while the Duke went about the planned royal events. On Fraser Island (located off the southeastern coast of Queensland, when they were together again in public, she wore what is shown above, a simple, striped, linen dress from an online clothing purveyor worth checking out – Reformation (as of the time of writing this post – the dress is still available).
Their mission is simple, design beautiful “effortless silhouettes that celebrate the feminine figure”. On top of that, they source the most sustainable fabrics possible from natural fibers such as silk, linen and cashmere, and recycled cashmere and repurposed vintage clothing as well (learn more about all of the fabrics they use here).
With the Duchess wearing their clothing, I would argue their purpose has been profiled most perfectly. Below are a few items I have found in their new holiday collection, but be sure to shop the entire site here.
- Middlebury Coat
- Hedi Silk Dress (more colors)
- Cropped Double V Cardigan, cashmere
- Ruth Top stripe silk top (more colors)
Images: (1) Daily Mail UK