Dressed like a high society debutante making her grand entrance for the social season on the lawns of the polo field, Princess Kate was enchanting in a Beulah blouson dress in blue in July 2023 at the Guards Polo Club in Berkshire. The brunette royal looked particularly pretty wearing a summery ‘Sonia’ dress from one of her go-to brands for the charity sports match.

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A longtime fan of the frocks produced by Beulah London, Kate is particularly enamored with the sophisticated style house and socially responsible label. With a focus on ethical and sustainable production, plus a dedication to employing women who are facing poverty or are the victims of human trafficking, the fashion company deeply resonates with Princess Kate’s values. Plus, the brand strives to reduce their carbon footprint with efforts to utilize sustainable manufacturing as well as opting for organic materials in their clothing production.

In addition to their plight to employ women and protect the planet, the ‘fashion with a conscience’ label is run by the Wales’ longtime friends. Kate and her husband Prince William have a special relationship with the founders — Lady Natasha Rufus Isaacs Finch, daughter of the Marquess of Reading, is an English aristocrat who is childhood friends with Prince William. The second-in-line to the throne and “Lady Nats” even spent time on holiday together to Cornwall in the summer of 2009. The co-founder’s husband Rupert Finch also was an ex-boyfriend of the Princess of Wales and his presence in Kate’s love life even featured in a storyline on Netflix’s drama “The Crown.”

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And while other royal ladies have embraced Beulah London’s vintage-minded fashions including Princess Beatrice, Queen Mary of Denmark and Princess Mette-Marit of Norway, it’s Kate’s continual commitment to the womenswear label which has made the brand a household name.

Here are 12 of Kate Middleton’s Best Beulah London Fashion Moments:

1. Beulah London Yahvi Olive Green Dress

Worn by Elizabeth Hurley, Ivanka Trump and Queen Mary, this classic dress is advertised as a perfect option for ‘bridesmaids or event season.’ Chic but understated, this 100% wool (responsibly sourced) midi boasts a fitted bodice, covered buttons and a full skirt. Kate has worn the dress on two occasions in January 2019 for the launch of FamilyLine and again for a Tusk Awards meeting in November 2019. (The Duchess of Edinburgh Sophie Wessex also owns the dress in cream.)


2. Beulah London Amara Black Fit and Flare Lace Dress

Hailing from a Spring/Summer 2015 collection, this flirty cocktail dress features embroidered organza which overlays a silk crepe de chine lining. The perfect LBD this evening dress was seen on the princess in December 2014 at a dinner in New York City benefiting the Royal Foundation.


3. Beulah Ahana Blush Pink Midi Dress

A classic and charming tea dress, this blush colored midi boasts a fit and flare silhouette with a short stand neckline, cropped sleeves and sweeping skirt that’s belted at the waist for a figure-defining fit. Made in London with natural fibers, this dress has appeared on Princess Kate in July 2021 for Wimbledon watching and in June 2023 for the opening of the Young V&A museum. Kate’s bubblegum pink dress has been spotted on a number of famous faces including: Holly Willoughby, Princess Beatrice and Lady Frederick Windsor.


4. Beulah Shalini Floral Print Silk Midi Dress

A navy shirtdress with a digital print and floral pattern accented by a contrast collar, this ladylike midi appeared once on the princess to mark the 72nd anniversary of the formation of the National Health Service in July 2020. Queen Mary of Denmark also owns the geo print collared dress.


5. Beulah London Calla Red Rose Shirtdress

At nearly $600, this stylish shirtdress is a smart investment piece. The elegant silk crepe de chine frock has an A-line skirt is trimmed with a contrasting white cotton broderie lace collar as well as romantic billowy balloon sleeves. Kate sported the sophisticated dress for a Zoom call in May 2020 and again in September 2020 for a visit to London communities during the Covid pandemic.


6. Beulah Sonia Cornflower Blue Dress

Made of 100% silk crepe de chine and printed with a peacock and floral motif, this modest day dress epitomizes Classic Catherine styling. Perfect for attending backyard BBQs or playing polo spectator, the light and airy dress is both chic and charming. With blouson statement sleeves along with an ankle-length skirt and lined bodice, this timeless midi is serious summer style goals. (English broadcaster Kate Garraway and singer Katherine Jenkins also own a version of the dress).


7. Beulah London Blossom Dress

Feminine and fanciful, this knee-length dress is crafted from silky chiffon and features pleating on the cuffs and shoulders, a small front slit on the bodice as well as a matching tie waistband. Kate wore the pink and white floral print dress to attend a wedding in June 2012 for an old Marlborough school friend Alice Webster in Somerset.


8. Beulah London Sabitri Dress

Light and airy, this sophisticated dress made of 100% silk georgette is perfect for formal occasions. Named one of Beulah’s dresses to wear to a “dinner party” this pastel blue design with covered button was worn by the princess at a Mosque in Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia in September 2012.


9. Beulah London Papilio Wool Crepe Black Coat

A reimagined classic tail coat, this topper is designed with wool crepe and silk satin detailing. Kate’s sister Pippa Middleton (who also owns numerous Beulah scarves) has worn a similar satin trim short coat (the Beulah London Meadow Jacket in Navy.) The princess wore the long jacket from the brand’s Autumn/Winter 2019 collection on a royal tour in Pakistan in October 2019.


10. Beulah London Juliet Flower Spirits Gown

A flowing maxi dress with sheer sleeves, this stunning scarlet gown appeared on the princess in April 2016 at a reception celebrating Britain’s relationship with Bhutan (the Buddhist kingdom in the Eastern Himalayas in South Asia). Celebrating the Bhutanese national flower, the poppy, Kate’s printed dress paid homage to the country.


11. Beulah London Sarai Red Dress

A captivating red silk jersey and chiffon dress with a matching tie belt, this long gown was an elegant showstopper when the princess stepped out in the dress while still a newlywed in October 2011. Kate and William were the guests of honor at a fundraising gala event at St James’ Palace for the formal fall occasion.


12. Beulah London Chiara Coat

A navy wool dress coat with a distinguished drape, this regal topper was seen on the princess in March 2018 at Westminster Abbey for the annual Commonwealth Day Service. The coat was previously worn by Her Royal Highness for a private memorial service for Richard Meade at Bath Abbey Church in March 2015.



Other: Beulah London Miscellaneous Scarves

A fan of pretty and delicate winter accessories, Kate loves the feminine offerings from womenswear brand Beulah. The princess owns the Beulah London Shibani scarf in blue and red (worn on royal duty in February 2020 and September 2015); the kerchief is constructed of silk and wool featuring an ecru heart print. She also owns the navy floral print Elena scarf (worn once in January 2018 on royal duty at a school in Brent). Plus, Kate owns the brand’s Brisa cashmere blend scarf (seen off-duty in May 2015 on a car ride near Anmer Hall) and donned a scarf from the UK brand at a rugby match in Sydney in April 2014 — the princess wore the Beulah London Eden Scarf.