she wore white piqué.
etymology : from the French, literally 'backstitched', past participle of piquer
a ribbed fabric where two fabrics stitched together to make a pattern, or a single fabric imitating this effect
the weave can be seen in this photograph
Marcella weaving was developed by the Lancashire cotton industry in the late 18th century as a mechanised technique of weaving double cloth with an enclosed heavy cording weft. It was originally used to make imitations of the corded Provençal quilts made in Marseille-
The Duchess of Cambridge's dress-reminiscent of a Georgian riding habit.
The Sharpe Family by Johann Zoffany, 1779-1781
a close up of the Sharp family with ladies wearing their riding habits
there is No doubt, She has style, and this fitted riding habit jacket style is one she obviously favors-