Style Duchess Of Cambridge's Seraphine Dress Is Being Restocked Due To Demand

10:08  11 january  2018
10:08  11 january  2018 Source:

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The dress was out of stock at the time of the Duchess ’ appearance and the brand’ s representatives initially offered a restock next week - but this has now been rushed forward due to the demand and it is Seraphine . SEE ALSO. Duchess Of Cambridge "Absolutely Thrilled" About Engagement.

The Duchess of Cambridge wearing Séraphine on 12th December. When the picture was released, the dress sold out in two hours, but the team was able to swiftly restock making the style a staple in every collection going forward.

a woman standing in front of a window © EDDIE MULHOLLAND via Getty Images The Duchess of Cambridge was spotted wearing a favoured Seraphine dress as she visited Reach Academy Feltham on Wednesday 10 January.

Known for repeating her favourite looks, the Duchess looked radiant in the turquoise floral print dress that she previously wore while pregnant with Princess Charlotte.

It is currently out of stock but the brand has confirmed it will be back in stock on 18 January for £69.

person standing in front of a window © EDDIE MULHOLLAND via Getty Images The Duchess was previously spotted in the ‘Florie’ print dress, which is especially designed for maternity wear, in 2015.

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‘The Kate effect nearly crashed my website’: Seraphine designer Cecile Reinaud reveals what REALLY happened when the Duchess of Cambridge wore one of As soon as the dress was confirmed to be one of Cecile’ s she says that her sales sky-rocketed and she was left struggling to meet the demand .

Wearing the same outfit two years on demonstrates the Duchess’ good taste in timeless pieces.

Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge et al. taking a selfie © EDDIE MULHOLLAND via Getty Images Unlike most garments that sell out due to the “Duchess of Cambridge effect”, this dress will once again be available to buy in eight more sleeps.


But you’ll have to be quick about it, as its sure to be snapped up in record time once again.

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