A Royal Trend Setter – Meet our Most Coveted Maternity Evening Gown

Have you ever had a dress so  gorgeous that everyone wants to know where you got it? One that turns heads and attracts compliments everywhere you go? Well royal equestrian star Zara Phillips and Sky Sports Formula 1 presenter Natalie Pinkham have, and know all too well the power of a dazzling maternity evening gown!

Some of you may remember that around about this time last year, Zara – expecting baby Mia Grace at the time – looked stunning in our Colour Block Silk Maxi Gown at the Boodles Boxing Ball. What you may not remember however is that at the event, she was pictured looking lovely with her close friend Natalie.

Zara Phillips in Seraphine

And apparently Zara’s dress made a big impression on her friend, as last week, over a year later; Natalie was spotted wearing the very same Seraphine style!

Natalie wore the stunning blue maternity evening gown from the Seraphine Luxe Collection to a charity dinner held at Kensington Palace for children’s health charity Sparks, and looked utterly gorgeous.

Natalie Pinkham in a Seraphine Luxe Gown

It’s easy to see why stylish mums-to-be can’t get enough of this beautiful maternity evening gown. It is made in luxurious stretch silk and inspired by traditional oriental design, with origami pleats at the front and short kimono style sleeves. The striking colour block style in ultra marine and azure blue flatters every skin tone, and the silk sash ties can be secured at the front or back to highlight the empire waist line, making the most of your blossoming pregnancy curves.

They say that imitation is the highest form of flattery, so we’re sure these lovely ladies wouldn’t mind us taking a little style inspiration from their looks – after all, a gown this gorgeous is simply too good not to share!



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