Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge has impeccable style and grace. Her acumen in choosing beautiful outfits for her various royal engagements or for a simple day out is commendable. She has always been beautiful, but her keen sense of dressing and the confidence she exudes makes her one of the most elegant and sophisticated women in the world. Duchess Kate has a term attributed to her by the British media known as the
“Kate effect” which essentially means that any attainable item worn by the duchess will sell out in the UK. She is also a serial recycler of her dresses and outfits as she has taken a keen interest in the promote sustainability and conservation of the environment.
Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were attending the unveiling of their official joint portrait at the Fitzwilliam Museum in Cambridge, England. The Duchess wore a beautiful L.K. Bennett “Madison” dress for the occasion which she has previously worn on a charity Polo event. This time she styled her dress with a lilac-colored ankle-length coat, and “Riviera-blue” pumps and clutch from Emmy London.
Kate Middleton is known for wearing beautiful dresses but recently she has been donning power suits and trousers which has been a welcome change. Kate was dressed impeccably during her visit to the Imperial War Museum, she wore Alexander McQueen military blouse which she paired with navy blue trousers and an ankle-length coat.
The duchess wore an indie luxury brand The Vampire’s Wife for her visit to the Guinness Storehouse with Prince William in Dublin, Ireland. She can be seen wearing the same emerald-green dress in the official joint Portrait of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.
Alexander McQueen has been one of Kate’s favorites. Her wedding dress was from the same British fashion house. This ivory and gold number is one of the best dresses Kate has worn multiple times. Duchess has been promoting recycling dresses to reduce carbon imprint. She looks ravishing in this dress with her hair in an updo while attending the 2020 BAFTAs.
The Duchess of Cambridge visits HM Prison Send to meet with the inmate battling alcohol and drug addiction as a part of her social outreach. She wore a black turtleneck top with a pleated leopard-print skirt by Zara and a camel-colored Chesterfield coat by Massimo Dutti.
The Duchess donned a primrose yellow Alexander McQueen coat for the royal wedding of Prince Harry wed Meghan Markle. She paired it with a yellow floral fascinator by Philip Treacy and shoes by Jimmy Choo. The wool silk tailored coat by the British design house was a recycled one as the Duchess likes to re-wear her favorite pieces again. This coat dress was worn during the christening of Princess Charlotte before the wedding.
The Duchess wore a Poppy-print floral dress by Prada with nude pumps during her visit to the White Garden at Kensington Palace, which is now dedicated to Princess Diana. The pussy-bow dress with cinched waist and long sleeves should be a staple in every fashionista’s wardrobe as this dress can be styled in many interesting ways.
The Duchess wore a champagne-colored Erdem dress for an event at Buckingham Palace. She paired the shimmering dress with dangling pearl earrings and glittery champagne pumps and looked regal and elegant in them.
For her outing to the Natural History Museum, the Duchess wore a salmon pink Chloé blazer, a white top with a pair of high-waisted mom jeans, and Veja sneakers. This outfit can be replicated with your favorite blazer and pair of jeans making this look affordable and trendy.
Last but not the least, one of the most famous dresses the Duchess wore was the blue wrap dress by Issa London during the announcement of the engagement. This has been one of the most iconic dresses apart from her wedding dress. The dress was instantly sold out and many replicas have been made. The v-neckline with the cinched wrapping at the waist with the belt and soft pleats give this dress a unique look fit for a princess.