Kate Middleton’s Best Fashion Looks

Kate Middleton’s Best Fashion Looks

A collection of standout fashion statements from the impeccably-dressed royal.

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Kate nailed autumnal dressing during her and William’s engagement in Scarborough England. She wore a classic camel coat over a matching mid-length turtleneck dress and tied the look together with a brown woven belt, Ralph Lauren pumps, and a DeMellier purse. She topped her look with a crimson poppy pin, ahead of Remembrance Day, in honor of those who lost their lives in combat.

Kate kept her look classic in a polished black and blue Chanel tweed jacket from the 90s while visiting the Copper Box Arena in the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park for the 10th anniversary of Coach Core. She paired the chic topper with black trousers and a blue pendant.

The Princess of Wales dressed in a navy suit while meeting with members of the Royal Navy at Kensington Palace.

Kate donned a vibrant red coat over a black ensemble during a visit to Wales as the newly-minted Princess of Wales. It was her first outing since the official mourning period for Queen Elizabeth concluded.

Kate wore a black, double-breasted coat dress when she and Prince William traveled to thank Windsor volunteers and support staff who aided with with the funeral services for Queen Elizabeth.

Kate paid tribute to the Queen at the late monarch’s official state funeral with her choice of pearl jewelry. Not only were the gems a favorite of the late Queen, they have also been traditionally associated with mourning since the time of Queen Victoria. Kate wore the Japanese Pearl Choker necklace, a piece that was gifted to Queen Elizabeth by Japan in the ’70s and much-loved by the Queen.

Prince William and Kate paid a visit to the Army Training Centre Pirbright to meet with Commonwealth troops who were dispatched to the UK to participate in the Queen’s funeral.

The Prince and Princess of Wales traveled to Sandringham to view floral tributes left in the Queen’s honor.

In addition to the subtle mourning veil she wore, Kate also paid homage to the Queen at a service for the monarch’s lying in state with a pearl brooch from the Queen’s own collection.

Kate looked stunning in head-to-toe white while attending the 2022 Commonwealth Games with her husband and their 7-year-old daughter Charlotte. The royal mom opted for her favorite suit by Alexander McQueen and paired it with two-tone slingback heels and a matching necklace and earring set.

Kate looked sporty-chic in a striped cashmere sweater with white high-waisted shorts featuring gold details for a sailing event. She completed her look with her trusty Superga sneakers and dainty gold earrings

For the final day of Wimbledon, the duchess opted for an elegant polka-dot midi-dress by Alessandra Rich, which she paired with two-tone heels also by the brand. She accesorized her look with a matching jewelry and earrings set and a Cartier watch.

Kate brightened things up in a canary yellow Roksanda dress while attending the Wimbledon Women’s Finals. She paired the vibrant ensemble with white Gianvito Rossi pumps and Kiki McDonough citrine drop earrings.

The Duchess of Cambridge looked elegant in a two-tone Emilia Wickstead dress paired with brown hoop earrings, tortoiseshell sunglasses, and two-tone flats while cheering on her husband as he competed in the Outsourcing Inc. Royal Polo Cup.

Kate proved she is the queen of courtside style when she arrived at Wimbledon wearing a blue and white polka-dot dress by Alessandra Rich paired with pumps also by the designer, a white Mulberry bag, and pearl drop earrings.

To mark Windrush Day, a holiday commemorating Afro-Caribbean communities in the U.K., Kate made a series of appearances in a crisp white suit by Alexander McQueen. She completed her look with matching pumps, a small handbag, and geometric-shaped earrings by London-based jewelry designer Chalk.

Kate arrived at the Royal Ascot wearing a glamorous white and brown polka dot Alessandra Rich dress paired with a matching hat and pumps. She finished her look with diamond and pearl drop earrings that belonged to her late mother-in-law, Princess Diana.

Kate rocked a pink power suit by Alexander McQueen while hosting a roundtable with her Royal Foundation Center for Early Childhood. She paired her look with matching suede pumps and jewelry by Mappin & Webb.

The duchess looked stunning in head-to-toe blue at the Order of the Garter Service in Windsor. She wore a blue dress with matching pumps, a clutch, and a hat, as well as tanzanite and diamond jewels she previously wore on numerous occasions.

During a visit to a baby bank, the Duchess of Cambridge opted for a cream blazer from Zara over a white blouse. She paired the look with navy trousers and pumps, and a woven clutch that matched her blazer.

On the final day of Queen Elizabeth’s Platinum Jubilee weekend, Kate looked fabulous in a fuchsia dress by Stella McCartney while on the Buckingham Palace balcony alongside Her Majesty, Prince William, and their three kids: Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis.

Kate looked cute and casual while helping to bake cakes for the community in Cardiff, in a pink gingham top by Brora and jeans.

During a visit to Wales with William and their two eldest kids (here, Princess Charlotte) for Platinum Jubilee celebrations, Kate wore a statement-making coatdress in the same red hue as the country’s flag. She wore her hair up in a ponytail and tied her look together with gold hoops and black pumps.

Kate and William were among the many royals to attend a special Service of Thanksgiving at St Paul’s Cathedral in honor of Queen Elizabeth’s Platinum Jubilee. For the morning service, the duchess brightened things up in a lemon-hued dress by Emilia Wickstead and paired it with a matching fascinator and nude pumps. She also gave a subtle nod to The Queen, who was unable to attend, by wearing her Bahrain pearl earrings.

Kate kicked off Queen Elizabeth’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations with a stylish bang at the Trooping the Colour parade. Joining the procession alongside the Duchess of Cornwall and her three children, the duchess opted for a bespoke white blazer dress by Alexander McQueen that she previously wore in 2021. She paired her radiant look with a navy and white fascinator by Philip Treacy and dangle sapphire earrings that belonged to Princess Diana.

Despite the rainy weather, the Duchess of Cambridge appeared in good spirits while hosting a royal garden party held at Buckingham Palace alongside her husband and other members of the royal family. For the event, she recycled a mint green dress and paired it with a matching fascinator, suede pumps, a clutch, and elegant drop earrings.

The Cambridges hit the red carpet at the Top Gun: Maverick premiere in style. Kate opted for a form-fitting, off-the-shoulder black and white number by Roland Mouret, while William kept it classic in a dapper tuxedo.

The duchess was a vision in a coral Emilia Wickstead coatdress while hosting a garden party for The Queen. She teamed the vibrant frock with a matching fascinator, suede pumps, and a white clutch.

Kate stunned in head-to-toe blue as she and William kicked off their two-day visit to Scotland for Mental Health Awareness Week.

Kate attended the official opening of the Glade of Light Memorial to honor the victims of the May 2017 terrorist attack at Manchester Arena during an Ariana Grande concert. A somber duchess teamed her recycled gray-blue Michael Kors coat dress with earrings featuring the city’s bee emblem as a tribute to the 22 innocent civilians who lost their lives.

The duchess looked glamorous in green to present The Queen Elizabeth II Award for British Design at a ceremony hosted by the British Fashion Council at the Design Museum in London. She opted for a belted mid-length dress by Canadian-British designer Edeline Lee and paired her look with gold earrings, matching heels, and a clutch.

Kate was the epitome of elegance as she joined Princess Anne on their first-ever joint royal outing to visit organizations dedicated to improving maternal healthcare. For the engagement, the duchess opted for a cream-hued, cinched Self Portrait dress that featured delicate floral details and a matching belt.

Kate wow’d in white for Anzac Day, a national day of remembrance for New Zealand and Australia. She recycled an Alexander McQueen coat dress that she wore for Princess Charlotte’s christening in 2015 and complemented her look with a matching headpiece by milliner Jane Taylor and Princess Diana’s pearl drop earrings.

The duchess looked polished in a beige Reiss blazer teamed with a pin featuring Ukraine’s flag while meeting with aid workers who returned from the war-torn country at the Disasters Emergency Committee in London with Prince William. She paired the business casual look with blue trousers and black heels.

Kate looked lovely in blue on Easter Sunday. In fact, all of the Cambridges were sporting the shade, for a perfectly coordinated look.

The Cambridges were joined by their two oldest children, Prince George and Princess Charlotte, to attend a memorial service for Prince Philip nearly one year after his death. Kate chose a sophisticated polkadot Alessandra Rich dress, which she paired with an elegant hat and Princess Diana’s pearl earrings.

For her final appearance on the Caribbean tour, Kate wore a floral-print, peplum dress by Alessandra Rich with white heels and a white clutch.

On the final day of the Caribbean tour, Kate opted for a pink zebra-print Rixo dress with espadrille heels and a matching bag. She also wore jewelry by Bahamian designer Nadia Irena and tortoiseshell sunglasses by Finlay.

Kate wow’d in an icy blue Phillipa Lepley gown for a reception hosted hosted by the Governor-General of the Bahamas, Cornelius A. Smith. She finished her look with a matching clutch, embellished heels, and jewelry by Van Cleef & Arpels.

For the third and final leg of the Cambridges tour in The Bahamas, Kate opted for a blue Emilia Wickstead dress, perhaps as a nod to the nation’s flag. She finished her stylish look with blue hoop earrings by Sézane and tan heels by Gianvito Rossi.

Kate wore a green Emilia Wickstead dress with a hummingbird brooch owned by Queen Elizabeth to bid farewell to Jamaica. The pin was given to Her Majesty by the people of Jamaica back in 2002 during her visit to the country in celebration of her Golden Jubilee.

While attending a military parade in Jamaica, Kate paid tribute to her late mother-in-law, Princess Diana, by wearing a pearl bracelet that once belonged to her. She wore it with a white lace Alexander McQueen dress, white pumps, and a white hat.

For a reception dinner hosted by the Governor General of Jamaica, Kate opted for a shimmering, off-the-shoulder green gown by Jenny Packham, which paired with a matching emerald jewelry set she borrowed from Queen Elizabeth. Pinned to her dress were the Royal Family Order and the GCVO Star, too.

Kate looked business chic in a white Alexander McQueen suit while visiting the Shortwood Teacher’s College in Kingston, Jamaica. She paired the look with matching Jimmy Choo pumps and an orange Ridley London blouse and raffia bag.

Arriving to Jamaica, Kate was a ray of sunshine in a yellow Roksanda dress, which she paired with white Aquazzura pumps, a Salvatore Ferragamo clutch, and Sézane earrings.

While leaving Belize for Jamaica, Kate was at it again, rewearing a vintage Yves Saint Laurent red jacket that she has reportedly owned since her university days. She paired it with white trousers, white pumps, a white Mulberry bag, and statement baubles.

After exploring the ancient Mayan ruins earlier in the day, Kate slipped out of her jungle attire for a stunning, shimmering gown by The Vampire’s Wife. With the pink number, she wore silver Jimmy Choo sandals and O’nitaa crystal drop earrings, and carried a Maya embroidered clutch.

To kick off her eight-day royal tour of the Caribbean with Prince William, Kate wore a lace Jenny Packham peplum top and pencil skirt in royal blue in honor of Belize’s flag colors. She finished her monochromatic ensemble with a matching scalloped clutch, Emmy London Rebecca pumps, and a sapphire and diamond necklace and earrings.

At the 1st Battalion Irish Guards’s annual St. Patrick’s Day parade, Kate stood out in head to toe green, wearing a Laura Green London coat, matching pillbox hat, and Emmy London pumps. She topped her chic celebratory look with diamond and emerald earrings and a gold Cartier shamrock brooch that has a long history for the royal family.

The Duchess of Cambridge wow’d in a Catherine Walker coat dress and matching hat alongside her husband as they attended the Commonwealth Day service at at Westminster Abbey in London. She paired the look with an elegant sapphire and diamond pendant necklace and earrings—which she first wore when she met Ukraine’s President Volodymyr Zelenskyy and First Lady Olena Zelenska in 2020.

During a visit to the Ukrainian Central Centre in London with husband Prince William, Kate Middleton opted for a cashmere sweater in the blue of the nation’s flag, which she paired with wide-leg black trousers. She finished her ensemble with a black belt, navy pumps, and a Ukrainian flag pin.

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For a rare joint appearance alongside Prince Charles and Camilla, Kate opted for a gray coatdress with black collar, which she paired with black tights, a black top-handled bag, and pointy-toe pumps.

Kate Middleton opted for leopard print, hoop earrings, and a bold black belt during a visit to the headquarters of the mental health text line Shout.

For her first joint engagement with Prince William in 2022, Kate Middleton visited the Foundling Museum in London. She paired a long blue coat with a navy sweater, flared trousers, and suede stilettos.

Ahead of her 40th birthday, Kensington Palace released three photos of the Duchess of Cambridge, taken by photographer Paola Roversi.

The images were taken in November 2021 at Kew Gardens.

They will eventually be part of the National Portrait Gallery’s permanent collection.

In a new clip promoting her Royal Carols: Together at Christmas concert, Kate Middleton wore a festive red Miu Miu sweater, which featured a Peter Pan collar, floral pattern, and studded buttons.

For the Cambridge’s annual holiday card, Kate looked radiant in an appropriately earthy olive green dress in Jordan during a family visit to the country earlier in the year.

Kate Middleton is the master of yuletide sophistication, and the Duchess of Cambridge was festive in red while attending a carol service with other members of the royal family. She accessorized a vibrant Catherine Walker outfit with dazzling diamond-and-sapphire fringe earrings, which she borrowed from the Queen.

Kate Middleton stepped out in a romantic paisley top and black pants while touring the Fabergé exhibition at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London, where she is a Royal Patron. If you’ve got outfit envy over the Duchess’s casual look, you’re in luck: the blouse, by Ralph Lauren, is still in stock—and surprisingly affordable.

The Duchess of Cambridge dazzled in a recycled, custom Jenny Packham gown as she attended the annual Royal Variety Performance with Prince William. She first wore the dress during her and Prince William’s royal tour of Pakistan in 2012

The Duchess of Cambridge arrived at the Royal British Legion festival of Remembrance at the Albert Hall wearing a black dress and a striking poppy brooch, a symbol representing those soldiers who died during their service.

The Duchess of Cambridge chose a pared-down navy ensemble—accessorized with a Remembrance poppy, which is worn to show support for the Armed Forces—as she opened two new galleries at the Imperial War Museum.

Kate Middleton sported an elegant, monochrome red outfit to attend The Forward Trust’s “Taking Action on Addiction” campaign, which aims to help individuals overcome addiction. She accessorized a sleek turtleneck and pleated skirt with a tan DeMellier London purse and pointed stilettos.

The Duchess, always on theme, chose a Kelly green coat and sweater to attend a Generation Earthshot event, encouraging students to think about ideas for repairing the planet. She paired the green items with black, wide leg trousers.

Kate re-wore a black and white plaid Zara dress to meet with researchers at University College of London. She paired the midi dress with grey pointed toe pumps and wore her hair in her signature loose waves.

The Duchess of Cambridge looked just like a Bond girl while attending the No Time to Die premiere in London. Her glimmering, gold cape dress was from designer Jenny Packham.

The Duchess of Cambridge looked ready for fall in a chic belted, plaid blazer, skinny jeans, and combat boots, while heading on a boat ride. Though it’s unclear what brand these exact jeans are, the Duchess has been known to sport the Frame Ali High Rise in the past, and this pair looks quite similar.

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Earlier in the day, Kate wore an olive puffer instead of the blazer, as she rock-climbed with the Royal Air Force Air Cadets. She paired the outfit with the most stylish accessory—a safety helmet.

For the men’s wheelchair singles final and men’s singles final Wimbledon games, Kate dressed up in a pastel pink, belted Beulah London dress. She accessorized with Aldo heels, a pink floral mask, Mappin and Webb Empress dangle earrings, and a floral Josef clutch.

The Duchess coordinated with Wimbledon’s grass courts when she attended the ladies’ singles final. To present the trophy, Kate chose a Kelly green, pleated Emilia Wickstead dress and white pointed-toe pumps.

Attending Wimbledon, the Duchess of Cambridge looked summery in a white top, navy blazer, and navy and white polka dot skirt. She accessorized with white shoes and a white purse and a patterned face mask.

The Duchess of Cambridge attended the England versus Germany soccer match, wearing a red Zara blazer. Prince William and Prince George joined Kate at Wembley Stadium.

Kate chose a magenta belted Alexander McQueen dress and neutral pumps when she accompanied First Lady Jill Biden to meet students and teachers at the Connor Downs Academy in Cornwall.

For her final look on her final day in Scotland, the Duchess of Cambridge chose a chic powder blue Catherine Walker coat. The Duke even coordinated with his wife, sporting a blue tie and navy suit.

The Duchess went for a preppy, sporty look as she played tennis with local children in Edinburgh. The kids belonged to the Lawn Tennis Association’s Youth program, which aims to make tennis more accessible across the UK.

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Kate proved that sometimes it is indeed easy being green, as she began her day in Scotland in a forest green suit. She paired the look with white Superga sneakers.

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Meeting with fishermen in St Andrews, Scotland, the Duchess of Cambridge chose an appropriate nautical-inspired sweater, paired with a black blazer and slacks. She finished off the polished look with Veja sneakers, a longtime Meghan Markle staple shoe.

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In an interesting turn of events, the Duke and Duchess went “land yachting” in Scotland, manning boats that glide along the beach. For this excursion, Kate chose a more active look, including a navy puffer, pink fair isle sweater, skinny jeans, and brown combat boots. She even added a camo-print baseball cap.

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The Duchess of Cambridge switched up her look halfway through her day. She changed from her more formal, camel ensemble (below) into a casual outfit, ready to go boating with the European Marine Energy Centre.

In her second monochromatic look of the week, Kate chose an all-camel outfit to continue her tour of Scotland. The Duchess paired a double-breasted Massimo Dutti coat with khaki-colored wide-leg trousers, a scoop-neck sweater, and a matching brown belt, pumps, and clutch. She accessorized with a scarf in Strathearn tartan, symbolizing the couple’s title in Scotland: the Earl and Countess of Strathearn.

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The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visited Air Cadets in East London, and paid tribute to the late Duke of Edinburgh. As the royal family was still in their period of mourning during this engagement, Kate wore an all-black ensemble.

Kate picked a long-sleeved cream dress with lace and scallop detailing during an appearance at Westminster Abbey’s COVID-19 vaccination center.

The Duchess of Cambridge opted for a monochromatic look for a visit with first responders at an ambulance station in London. She paired her camel ensemble with a floral face mask and suede camel heels to match her clutch.

Kate sported a matching pink knit top and coat with pointed-toe block heels while celebrating the reopening of an east London school that closed due to COVID-19 restrictions. It was at this event that William and Kate spoke about Harry and Meghan’s interview with Oprah, making them the first royals to do so.

Kate paired a blazer with a cream top and subtle jewelry for a video call with Ulster University nursing students.

The Duchess recycled her Rebecca Taylor tweed jacket, which she’d previously worn for an engagement in 2017, for a video call with teachers. Her rhodochrosite Missoma earrings finished off the look.

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Kate chose a nautical look (and an official America’s Cup windbreaker) to wish INEOS TEAK UK good luck in the America’s Cup World Series.

Prince William and the Duchess of Cambridge spent three days aboard the royal train, touring Scotland, England, and Wales. On the tour’s second day, Kate chose a tailored blue Catherine Walker coat. She accessorized with black leather gloves, heeled suede boots, and a blue floral mask.

Kicking off her royal train tour, Kate chose an emerald Alexander McQueen coat, which she’s worn multiple times before. She did add a festive touch for the holiday season: a red and green tartan scarf.

As the Duchess prepares to reveal the results of her 5 Big Questions survey, Kensington Palace posted a video on Twitter teasing the announcement. In the video, Kate wears a black blazer with a bubblegum-pink sweater underneath. She paired the outfit with one of her favorite necklaces, a charm-style piece with each of her children’s initials on a little gold disc.

At the annual Remembrance Sunday ceremony, the Duchess of Cambridge wore an all-black outfit, keeping with tradition. Her detailed coat was a custom Alexander McQueen and the hat from famed milliner Philip Treacy.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge sported matching suits while presenting a Pride of Britain award to NHS frontline workers. The ceremony occurred at London’s St Bartholomew’s, Britain’s oldest free hospital. Of course, the duo paired their pantsuits with protective masks.

While visiting St. Bartholomew’s Hospital with Prince William, Kate chose a striking red, double-breasted overcoat from the Duchess-approved brand, Alexander McQueen. The Duchess was at the hospital to launch her Hold Still photo show, which she worked on for much of lockdown.

The Duchess of Cambridge visited the Institute of Reproductive and Development Biology at London’s Imperial College. Though she wore a white lab coat for most of the day, underneath, Kate sported an indigo, long-sleeved Emilia Wickstead dress, with a black belt and blue floral mask.

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In a video posted on the Kensington Palace Instagram account, the Duchess of Cambridge sported a black dress with a matching blazer, accessorizing with a silver belt and pearl drop earrings. The video was taken inside the Natural History Museum, as Kate prepares to announce the winner of this year’s Wildlife Photographer of the Year award.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge spent the day in London, visiting communities hit hard by the coronavirus pandemic. Kate ushered in fall with a red floral shirtdress, brown pumps, and her frequently-worn Liberty-print face mask from the boutique, Amaia.

For a visit to South Wales, Kate chose an Emilia Wickstead belted, floral midi dress. She paired the look with brown suede espadrilles and, when she was indoors, her liberty print face mask. Luckily, the dress proved flexible enough for Kate to engage in some intense arcade games.

While visiting the charity, Baby Basic UK & Baby Basics Sheffield, Kate re-wore a crisp, white shirtdress by Suzannah, which she previously sported for last year’s Wimbledon match. When the Duchess entered the charity, she donned a liberty print face mask.

The Duchess chose a preppy yet functional look for a visit to Fakenham Garden Centre in Norfolk. Kate, a gardener herself, spoke with Fakenham’s owners about their experience running the center during the COVID-19 pandemic. This outfit consisted of a light blue button down shirt, black skinny jeans, a Fjallraven vest, and green Superga sneakers.

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Kate wore a cornflower blue floral midi dress outside her country home as she and Prince William, George, Charlotte, and Louis clapped for NHS carers. The family appeared as part of the BBC Children In Need and Comic Relief “Big Night In,” a program which is raising money for COVID-19 first responders.

The Duchess opted for a simple striped sweater during an interview with the BBC about the importance of mental health during the coronavirus crisis.

Kate Middleton chose a sunny yellow sweater and leaf-inspired gold earrings for a video call with teachers working during the coronavirus crisis to provide students whose parents are essential workers with a safe place to go.

The Duchess wore a sparkling, long-sleeved gown while hosting a gala dinner at Buckingham Palace. The event celebrated the 25th anniversary of Place2Be, an organization which supports childhood mental health.

Kate chose a burgundy Catherine Walker coat dress for 2020’s Commonwealth Day celebrations. She paired the elegant look (which she also wore on Christmas in 2018) with matching pumps and a red, floral hat.

Kate wore a black and white polka dot Equipment blouse (shop it here) to visit Savannah House, a charity residential facility in County Meath, Ireland. She paired the blouse with black skinny jeans and heeled booties and topped off the look with a cream Reiss coat.

In London, the Duchess attended a charity performance of Dear Evan Hansen, in support of The Royal Foundation. For the event, Kate chose an Eponine dress and sparkly silver stilettos, believed to be Jimmy Choos.

After spending the morning in Northern Ireland, Kate made a quick outfit change before arriving in Aberdeen, Scotland. The Duchess swapped her outdoorsy olive coat for a sleek wool one, and traded in her farm-ready boots for a chic pair of ankle booties.

Kate and Prince William accompanied Prince Charles and Camilla on a visit to Leicestershire, where they toured a rehabilitation center for members of the armed forces. The Duchess chose a military-inspired, navy blue Alexander McQueen jacket and skirt for the occasion. She completed the look with black heeled boots, black gloves, and drop earrings.

The Duchess bundled up in a red and white heart print scarf from British brand Beulah, whose mission is to eradicate slavery and help create employment opportunities for vulnerable women. (Shop a similar one here.) She sported the look on a trip to Mumbles Pier in Swansea, Wales.

Kate wore a sparkly red dress to a Buckingham Palace reception, held to celebrate the UK-Africa Investment Summit.

Kate wore a bespoke McQueen coat over an affordable Zara dress during her visit to Bradford.

The Duchess of Cambridge wore a bold blue fedora to church in Sandringham with Prince William.

To attend Christmas Day services at Sandringham, Kate paired a chic gray coat with dark green accessories—the latter of which went well with the coat her daughter, Princess Charlotte, was wearing.

The Duchess of Cambridge chose to wear a vibrant green dress to the NATO reception at Buckingham Palace.

The Duchess had to back out of an appearance at the Tusk Awards last-minute, but Kensington Royal noted on Twitter that she’d been able to meet with the nominees and winners. Kate chose a belted green dress from Beulah and heels for the private event.

The Kensington Palace Instagram account just recently shared photos from a previously unannounced royal event. Radio 1’s Teen Heroes of 2019 visited the Cambridges, and Kate wore a chic printed dress for the occasion.

On the fourth day of Kate and Prince William’s royal tour of Pakistan, the royal couple visited the National Cricket Academy, and even tried to play the sport. For the casual event, the Duchess paired sneakers with a shalwar kameez by Gul Ahmed.

One of Kate’s stand-out style moments on the royal tour was this sparkly green dress, which she wore to a reception at the Pakistan monument.

When meeting with Prime Minister Imran Khan, Kate wore a vibrant green tunic by Catherine Walker over trousers by Maheen Kahn, a look which she paired with a scarf by Satringi and earrings by Zeen.

For her first full day of engagements in Pakistan, Kate wore a vibrant periwinkle kurta by a. local designer. Get all the details here.

Upon arrival in Pakistan, Kate wore a bespoke Catherine Walker look.

For a surprise visit to the National History Museum, Middleton wore a burgundy sweater with a scalloped neckline and sleeves, and paired it with olive wide-leg trousers. She added burgundy pumps, gold Asprey hoops, and a Chanel handbag for the quintessential early fall outfit.

The Duchess stunned in a floral Emilia Wickstead dress for a surprise appearance at the “Back to Nature” festival in Wisley. She paired the breezy dress with nude wedges.

The Duchess of Cambridge arrived at Wimbledon this morning wearing a rich green dress by Dolce and Gabbana, which she has worn before.

The Duchess of Cambridge chose a patterned Sandro dress for a picnic with children from several of her patronages at Hampton Court Palace.

Kate attended the Order of the Garter ceremony wearing a white collared Catherine Walker coat dress with black piping, a black hat, pearl earrings, and black pumps. The Duchess was joined by the Queen, Prince William, Prince Charles, and other members of the royal family for the service.

The Duchess of Cambridge chose a shimmering off-the-shoulder dress for the first annual gala dinner in recognition of Addiction Awareness Week at Phillips Gallery. She paired the look with glittering pumps and a small silver clutch.

During a visit to Bletchley Park—the WWII-era facility where codebreakers, including Kate’s grandmother, worked to decipher Axis messages—the Duchess rewore a navy polka-dot dress from Alessandra Rich. She accessorized the dress with a pin designed to look like a gear from the Enigma machine, a device made at Bletchley Park.

The Duchess of Cambridge chose a nautical look for this morning’s launch of the King’s Cup. She paired a striped shirt with sailor-inspired trousers and a bright red handbag.

The Duchess of Cambridge arrived at this year’s Anzac Day service wearing a bright blue coatdress and matching hat.

The Duchess of Cambridge arrived at Kings College London wearing a gray Catherine Walker Coat Dress with black trim. She paired the look with black tights and pumps and a Sylvia Fletcher for Lock Hatters hat. She also carried a small black clutch.

For her annual St. Patrick’s Day visit to the Irish Guards, Kate Middleton wore a dark green Alexander McQueen coat, Kiki McDonough green tourmaline and amethyst drop earrings, a green fascinator, and the traditional gold Shamrock brooch.

The Duchess chose a wide-legged trouser paired with a purple pussybow blouse for her visit to the Henry Fawcett Children’s Centre. She paired the look with a small top-handled bag and black pumps.

For Commonwealth Day services, Kate stepped out in a bright red coatdress with a matching hat.

Kate Middleton sported a hunter green Sportmax coat, a black scarf and gloves, and high-heeled boots as she arrived in Blackpool. The duchess paired her look with her Manu Atelier suede top handle bag and small square drop earrings.

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Kate started the second day of her royal tour of Northern Ireland in a pale blue coatdress by Mulberry.

Kate was spotted in a shimmering Missoni dress on her first night in Northern Ireland.

Duchess Kate attended the BAFTAs this year in a flowing white gown paired with a romantic updo and a pair of Princess Diana’s earrings.

Duchess Kate arrived at the Royal Foundation‘s ‘Mental Health in Education’ Conference wearing a dark tweed skirt suit paired with black tights and pumps. She was also carrying a small black clutch.

Kate Middleton stepped out in a retro-looking green smock dress by Eponine for a visit to Lavender Primary School in London. The Duchess paired the look with black tights, a black clutch, suede ankle boots by L.K. Bennett, and gold drop earrings by Kiki McDonough.

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Kate Middleton looked casual in this year’s Cambridge Family christmas card. The duchess paired dark jeans with a grey sweater and collared button down.

Will and Kate are all smiles as they arrive at a Christmas party for military families in London. The Duchess looked festive in a plaid skirt by Emilia Wickstead with a black sweater by Brora.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visited the BBC headquarters to discuss William’s Taskforce on the Prevention of Cyberbullying. Kate wore a turquoise Emilia Wickstead dress, recycled from an appearance in 2014, paired with black heels from LK Bennet for the visit.

The Duchess of Cambridge looks elegant in a navy and white polka-dot dress by Alessandra Rich as she poses with Prince Louis and the rest of the royal family for a portrait in honor of Prince Charles’s 70th birthday.

The Duchess of Cambridge recycled a teal Jenny Packham gown for the Tusk Conservation Awards, which were held in London. Kate first wore the stunning dress in 2012.

Kate Middleton wore a stunning pink dress by Alexander McQueen while attending Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank’s wedding. She accessorized the look with a hat by Philip Treacy.

The Duchess made a surprise appearance at the RAF Centenary Service, which was held today in London. Kate wore a pale blue Alexander McQueen dress with a Sean Barrett hat. She accessorized with nude pumps, a cream-colored clutch, and a Royal Air Force Dacre brooch.

The Duchess of Cambridge wore an all white Alexander McQueen dress to celebrate the christening of Prince Louis. She paired it with a thick, yet delicately designed headband by Jane Taylor.

Duchess Kate wore another blue dress just hours after the Trooping the Colour parade! The Duchess wore a $70 off-the-shoulder dress by Zara with espadrilles and sunglasses while attending Prince William’s charity polo match with Prince George and Princess Charlotte.

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The Duchess of Cambridge presents a sprig of shamrock to an Irish Wolfhound named Domhnall, the mascot of the Irish Guards, during the annual Irish Guards St. Patrick’s Day Parade in Hounslow, England. Kate wore a festive green coat by Catherine Walker for the occasion.

For the Commonwealth Day service, Duchess Kate chose a dark blue Beulah London dress and coat set paired with a Lock and Co hat. She and her soon-to-be sister-in-law Meghan Markle were both sporting navy pointy-toe pumps for the occasion.

Duchess Kate wore a button-detailed blue dress by Seraphine with a pair of navy heels at the Royal Foundation Forum, where she appeared with Meghan Markle, Prince Harry, and Prince William.

Duchess Kate wore a green Dolce & Gabbana coat with black tights and Tod’s pumps for a visit to Sunderland with Prince William. Under her chic coat, the Duchess wore a printed dress by Seraphine, one of her favorite maternity brands.

Kate wore a gorgeous blush gown by Alexander McQueen for a formal dinner at the Norwegian Royal Palace while on a royal tour with Prince William.

For day two of the royal tour of Sweden, Kate wore a red-and-white houndstooth coat by Catherine Walker paired with brown gloves, a Chanel bag and earrings by Swedish designer In2Design

Duckess Kate and Prince William paid a visit to Coventry, England. The Duchess wore a hot pink coat by Mulberry with a black clutch by the same brand with Tod’s heels.

Kate looked festive on Christmas Day in a red and green plaid coat paired with black gloves and a fur hat.

Duchess Kate wore all navy everything for a somber memorial service honoring the victims of the Grenfell Tower fire in London. The Duchess wore a coat by Carolina Herrera with L.K. Bennett pumps for the occasion.

Duchess Kate wore one of her favorite designers, Jenny Packham, to the Royal Variety Performance at the Palladium Theatre in London.

Kate wore a black Dolce & Gabbana coat dress to the somber Remembrance Day ceremony, which honors fallen soldiers. She paired the chic black outfit with a black hat, a poppy pin, and a new short hairstyle, which was later revealed to be a faux-bob.

The Duchess stunned at the Anna Freud National Centre gala in her black lace, DVF Zarita gown with quarter-length sleeves. It’s a dress we saw her wear at the Royal Variety Performance in 2014 and, funny enough, the same dress (in shorter style) we saw Meghan Markle try back in 2012.

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At Paddington Station, the Duchess wore a peachy-pink Orla Kiely dress with black accents around the waist and neckline, plus a black clutch and pumps to match. Despite her continuing battle with morning sickness, she was was still able to dance with Paddington Bear and looked as fresh as her new haircut.

The Duchess made her first public appearance at a Buckingham Palace reception since announcing her third pregnancy. Though Duchess Kate is still suffering from Hyperemesis Gravidarum, her light blue, Temperley dress set a cheery tone over her new baby bump. The knee-length, lace ensemble had black detailing in its front buttons and bowtie neckline, to which Kate matched a black clutch, black pumps, and a pair of blue topaz and diamond earrings by Kiki McDonough.

The Duchess attended the Tyne Cot Commonwealth War Graves Cemetery to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Battle of Passchendaele. For the event, she donned a long-sleeved, Catherine Walker coatdress with silver beading at the hem.

For the 100th anniversary of the Battle of Passchendaele, Duchess Kate recycled a flawless white Alexander McQueen dress with matching white fascinator. The royal wore the same dress to Charlotte’s christening two years earlier.

Kate chose a lavender number from Emilia Wickstead for her final day in Germany. She paired the look with nude pumps and a bright red clutch.

Throughout the royal tour, Duchess Kate has proved to be an expert in diplomatic dressing. During a visit to the Clärchens Ballhaus in Berlin, for example, she opted for a printed dress by Germany designer Markus Lupfer.

Kate paid homage to the golden yellow of Germany’s flag in a custom lace dress from royal favorite Jenny Packham. She paired the look with a small clutch and taupe espadrille wedges.

Duchess Kate tours Berlin in a custom cornflower blue Catherine Walker coat paired with her favorite nude pumps.

The Duchess wore a white dress with a peplum as the royal family touched down in Poland to embark on the Royal Tour. She accessorized the look with nude pumps and a simple ruby necklace.

When Duchess Kate arrived at the opening of a new exhibition space within the Victoria and Albert Museum she appeared to channel Jackie Kennedy, pairing a tweed Gucci dress with black pumps and a solid red clutch.

For the first day of Royal Ascot, Kate made a regal entry with a lace Alexander McQueen dress, complemented by a white fascinator. The dress had a cinched waist, quarter-length sleeves and a high neckline.

For the Queen’s annual birthday parade, Duchess Kate donned a cotton candy pink Alexander McQueen dress with a pleated neckline and skirt. Her Jane Taylor fascinator was also pink.

Kate arrived at the 1851 Trust Roadshow at the Docklands Sailing and Watersports Centre wearing a white shirt and Zara blazer, and J. Crew navy pants with gold button decals.

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Kate arrived at Kings College Hospital to meet victims of the London terrorist attacks. For her visit, she wore a royal blue tweed skirt suit by Rebecca Taylor and matching pumps.

Perfect for the event, Duchess Kate arrived at the Chelsea Flower show in an emerald Rochas floral dress and a pair of nude pumps.

For Pippa Middleton’s wedding in Berkshire on May 20, the Duchess of Cambridge wore a pink Alexander McQueen dress, the same designer she wore to her own wedding in 2011.

The Duchess of Cambridge made an appearance at a garden tea party hosted by Buckingham Palace; the event recognized young lives lost while serving the armed forces. She wore a polished, ivory dress from See by Chloé. The lace top had a ruffled neckline and ruffled sleeves, and the Duchess brought it together with the skirt with an Acne Studios belt.

Taking on the role of “Brexit Ambassador,” the Duchess Kate visited Luxembourg to strengthen ties between the United Kingdom and the European Union. For her first event on the solo trip, she paired a baby blue coat dress by Emilia Wickstead with nude L.K Bennett pumps and a matching clutch.

The Duchess of Cambridge dressed down during her visit to a farm with “Farms for Children,” an organization that allows inner city kids to visit a working ranch for a week. She wore a khaki jacket from Troy London, Zara jeans, and Penelope Chilvers boots that only a royal could pull off while doing farm chores.

In support of Heads Together, a cause that focuses on mental health issues, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge attended the opening of The Global Academy. The new school will specialize in preparing children for a profession in broadcast and digital media. For the event, the Duchess wore a scarlet red Armani skirt suit, and paired the outfit with muted nude accents.

The Duchess is ready for spring! Kate wore a cream Catherine Walker coat with a matching hat and pumps while attending an Easter Sunday mass in England with several other royals.

The Duchess of Cambridge attended a service for the four victims of London’s recent terrorist attack. She dressed appropriately in an understated black and white Missoni coat dress, sheer black tights, a black headpiece, and pearl drop earrings.

The Duchess of Cambridge enjoyed a night on the town at the Theatre Royal for the West End premiere of 42nd Street. The production was affiliated with the East Anglia’s Children’s Hospice, of which the Duchess is a patron. She arrived in a sheer, crimson Marchesa dress embedded with a subtle gem-lined belt. Her maroon clutch matched her shoes as well as her Oscar de la Renta earrings.

Arriving at the National Portrait Gallery’s 2017 Portrait Gala, one of the most anticipated events of the year, Duchess Kate chose a pine green, floor-length gown by Temperley London. She paired her slim-fitting, lace dress with a gold clutch from Wilbur & Gussie and gold heels by Jimmy Choo.

After the terrorist attack in London, the Duchess of Cambridge attends a mental-health charity event for struggling mothers at the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists. Kate brightened up the room with her vintage fifties-inspired gingham skirt suit by British designer Eponine.

To begin their Paris visit, Kate and William meet victims and first response teams present during France’s terrorist attacks. She wears a positive and colorful Chanel dress for the occasion, paired with a Chanel belt and handbag.

For the dinner, Duchess Kate changes into a stunning Jenny Packham dress while William matches her elegance by wearing a tux.

Duchess Catherine dons a green coat from Catherine Walker at the annual St. Patrick’s Day parade in London. She accessorized with an Irish Guards brooch to celebrate the day of good fortune.

For the first garden party of the season, the Duke and Duchess coordinate their pastel looks. Prince William wore a silk blue vest to match the Duchess’s satin blue Chistopher Kane suit dress. She topped off the outfit with a fascinator from John Locke & Co.

For the the opening of Ronald McDonald House Evelina London, The Duchess of Cambridge wears a blue tweed suit from Rebecca Taylor.

The Duchess of Cambridge wears a burgundy Paule Ka skirt suit, black tights, and black knee-high Stuart Weitzman boots during a visit to Wales.

For the 2017 BAFTA Awards, Duchess Kate glittered in an Alexander McQueen gown and statement diamond earrings.

Kate wears a purple Oscar de la Renta ensemble with black tights, pumps, and clutch to the Guild of Health Writers Conference with Prince William.

During a Place2Be event, Kate wears a red peplum Luisa Spagnoli suit accented with a black velvet bow and black buttons.

The Duchess wears an emerald green tweed skirt by Hobbs and matching jacket with black clutch by Mulberry and pumps by Gianvito Rossi during her visit to East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices in Norfolk, England.

Duchess Kate attends the Heads Together charity event with Prince William and Prince Harry. The Duchess wears a floral Erdem dress in a classic silhouette and paired the look with a Mulberry clutch and leather fringe pumps.

For her first engagement of the year, The Duchess of Cambridge steps out in London wearing a royal blue coat dress by Eponine and navy suede clutch and heels.

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