The Fuchsia Seraphine dress which Kate Middleton, The Duchess of Cambridge, wore for the recent royal family photo shoot is making a storm on the internet. The dress, made by the British manufacturer Seraphine, was completely sold out by the time the pictures of Kate wearing it hit the web.
Kate has been spotted before wearing clothes made by Seraphine. The Polka dot number she wore to christen a royal ship, for example, was also made by Seraphine. That dress retails for only $79. Who says you need lots of money to dress like a royal?
The founder of the Seraphine brand, Cecile Reinaud, is obviously very pleased that Kate Middleton wore the Fuchsia Seraphine dress for the royal photo shoot. She said she was “honored” that the Duchess graced her brand with her presence.
In an interview with Hello! yesterday, Reinaud spoke about the huge success her company had enjoyed since Kate began sporting their garments: “The Kate effect is huge and we have been enjoying a 400% growth in sales since it became public that Kate bought Seraphine dresses back in April 2013.”
Speaking in the interview about the way the dress makes Kate look, Reinaud continued: “Kate has managed to stay true to her feminine and chic style during pregnancy￼. She has loved a bit of polka dot and soft prints and has continued to wow us with her stunning figure and legs by opting for slightly shorter hemline and accentuating her empire line.”
Due to its popularity, as mentioned before, the company website says that the dress is currently not in stock: “Due to high popularity of this style, please be advised that orders will be dispatched week commencing 16th of September.”
What do you think about Kate Middleton’s Fuchsia Seraphine dress? Will you be sure to order one just as soon as they come back into stock? Let’s hear your thoughts in the comments feed below.