Kate Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge, has always been the epitome of chic. She has been a true style inspiration for several years now! Well, 2019 was not an exception to the rule. As a matter of fact, some will tell you that it was her best year thus far. These looks are going to show you that they might be on the right track!
Supporting An Ethical Fashion House
The duchess made her first public appearance of the year in a dark green, long-sleeved dress that came from a favorite brand of hers. It was designed by an ethical brand called Beulah London. The brand donates a tenth of the profit to human trafficking victims. Kate had previously worn items from the line. The Duchess of Cambridge wore this $770 number when she visited Family Action, which is a United Kingdom charity that aims to provide underprivileged families both financial and emotional support.
The Duchess Wears Alexander McQueen
If you have seen photos of her in white, you would agree that it is her color. She looks fantastic every time that she steps out in a white getup. Look at the Alexander McQueen number that she wore to the 2019 British Academy Film Awards in London. The royal put her hair up in a bun, slipped on a diamond bracelet, and carried a white clutch. She and her husband stole the show when they showed up at the red carpet leading up to the Royal Albert Hall. People also paid attention to her pearl and diamond drop earrings, which used to belong to Princess Daiana!
Just Like A Disney Princess
2019 proved to be a subtle year for her as her style was rather casual. However, Kate still looked very much like a Disney princess when she went to the 100 Women in Finance Gala. We adore the multi-toned rose tulle gown that she sported. She completed the look by pairing it with a velvet clutch from Pada and a sparkling pair of white heels from Oscar de la Renta. It is not the first time for her to wear something inspired by a Disney princess. She has previously channeled Aurora and Cinderella!
Not Just A Lady But A Rebel Too
When Kate Middleton attended a party held in honor of exceptional young people in Northern Ireland, she donned this $2,480 dress from Missoni. The guests of honor were shocked to see her and Prince William in attendance. The dress is a gorgeous sea-foam color, but she made the headlines for more reason than just her outfit. People did not fail to notice that way that she went to the bar and poured a pint on her own! Who says that you cannot be a rebel and a duchess at the same time?
Boasting True Royal Finesse
During the second day of her Northern Ireland visit, the Duchess of Cambridge donned a baby blue Mulberry coat. Kate seems to be a big fan of the brand. She donned the coat when she attended a Cinemagic charity event in Ballymena. There were big buttons running down the front and a belt that goes around it. This simple but elegant coat has a unique cape which only adds a flair to the whole look!
The Perfect Outfit For Autumn
Up next, we have a casual look from Kate. She wore this for her October surprise visit to the National History Museum. It was a burgundy sweater that had a defined neck and sleeves paired with a pair of olive wide-leg trousers. This was an excellent look for autumn as it was both elegant and classic. She decided to complete the look with a Chanel handbag, gold Asprey hoops, and burgundy heels. It was a pretty risky color scheme since bold colors clash more often than not. However, the royal was able to make it work. There are times when all you need would be the confidence to pull this off!
An Elegant Beauty
The Duchess of Cambridge went with a blue outfit once more when she went to a reception at Buckingham Palace last March. She looked splendid in a pastel blue dress! We love the quirky details on the dress like the small buttons and high collar because they added elegance to the ensemble. For some reason, Kate can make even the most vintage and old-fashioned pieces look very modern. She decided to pair the dress with cream heels and a blue clutch.
Kate Middleton Is Radiant In Ruby Red
Kate seems to be fond of pastel colors, which explains why people talked a lot about the Catherine Walker coatdress that she wore in this photo. Her red coatdress came with huge gold buttons, which is a classic color combination. On top of that, she paired it with a matching bow fascinator. This bold outfit was her attire for the Commonwealth Service, which was held at Westminster Abbey. If you are a big fan of the duchess, you might remember that she wore the same coat to a New Zealand visit in 2014.
Caps And Loose Hair
Look at these photos below and you will see that they were taken at different events. This is one more example of Kate Middleton wearing the same dress, but she later added cap sleeves to the floral gown from Alexander McQueen. She first wore it to the 2017 BAFTAs and then once more when she went to the Portrait Gala in March last year. The dress had off-the-shoulder straps when she first wore the dress. She did have it altered to look less formal with the addition of sleeves for the second appearance. We like them both!
The Duchess Of Cambridge And The Queen
You might be surprised to hear this, but their visit to King’s College in London last March served as the first solo outing of Queen Elizabeth II and Kate Middleton. Unlike previous affairs, they were not joined by other members of the royal family. The duchess must have decided to subdue her outfit to let Her Majesty stand out. Kate wore a gray coatdress from Catherine Walker, while the Queen sported a baby pink outfit. On top of that, the duchess had a black clutch, fascinator, heels, and tights.
Her Daughter’s First Day Of School
It was the first day of school for Princess Charlotte when this photo was taken. Kate decided to wear a simple flowery dress when she brought her daughter to Thomas’s Battersea. It was a $180 dress from Michael Kors! This was not the first time she was seen in this floral outfit as she wore it for the wedding rehearsal of Harry and Meghan in 2018. This photo from a tweet by Kensington Palace. From the way things look, Princess Charlotte probably had first day blues. Look at how she was hiding behind Kate!
Perfection In Powder Blue
Kate probably has wardrobe curation down to a tee by now. If you look at the colors and patterns of her clothes, she seems to have a very defined style. She wore this $2,000 dress when she visited the Back to Nature garden in September. We already know that she likes the color powder blue, but the dress came with a floral pattern and a matching belt as well. Armed with a big smile, Kate walked and greeted her fans with incredible grace and poise.
Paying A Lovely Tribute
Prince William and Kate Middleton met Prince Shah Karim Al-Husseini or Aga Khan IV when they visited the Aga Khan Centre on October 2. The duchess wore a teal number by ARoss Girl x Soler, which she then paired with a green belt. Kate decided to accessorize the outfit by putting on earrings from a Pakistani designer called Zeen. Apparently, she decided to wear the earrings as a lovely tribute since she and her husband previously met the prince before their Pakistan royal tour.
Chic During A Christening
This photo was taken when Archie, Prince Harry and Meghan’s son, was christened at the private chapel of Windsor Castle. Kate Middleton was as chic as ever. She donned a bright pink dress from Stella McCartney and paired it with red pumps. It is not a secret that accessories are important in the royal family, so it makes sense that she made the right choice by wearing simple drop earrings and a hatband. Even though the celebration was held in honor of a different royal, she still stole the spotlight!
An English Summer Event
Kate Middleton is a longtime fan of tennis and likes to watch several Wimbledon games every year. The photo was taken when she took her normal spot at the Center Court’s Royal Box. In 2017, the Duchess of Cambridge told People magazine how she believed that the competition “is such a quintessential part of English summer.” In 2019, she decided to wear a monochrome outfit made up of an Alexander McQueen belt and a Suzannah dress.
Beautiful In Black And White
Kate donned a gorgeous black-and-white outfit once more when she went to the Order of the Garter ceremony last June. She donned a Catherine Walker coatdress that boasted black piping and a white collar. She decided to top it off with pearl earrings, black pumps, and a black hat. However, the Duchess of Cambridge was not the only royal family member there. In fact, the Queen, Prince Charles, Prince William, and more royals had all been in attendance as well.
Royalty And Hollywood Stars
Here is yet another iconic look served by Kate Middleton herself. With this look, she has cemented her status as one of the most fashionable members of the royal family. This Erdem dress boasted an asymmetric neckline, mismatched buttons, and vintage embellishments. It is a timeless piece that she made her own with the addition of a purple belt. The first star to stun us with this dress had been Carey Mulligan, who wore it to an awards ceremony in 2017.
The Duchess Wears Elie Saab
Look at this gorgeous Ascot dress worn by the Duchess of Cambridge. Designed by Elie Saab, the light blue dress had lovely details such as sheer sleeves and tiny polka dots. We love the matching powder blue hat from Philip Treacy that she had on. Her color choices matched those of the Queen!
Middleton Is Memorable In Magenta
Even though Kate Middleton is a royal family member, she has no qualms about being an outfit repeater. She has been seen wearing the magenta suit two times in the past. The first time had been in January 2017 when she visited the Royal Opera House. This piece is from the 2015 fall collection of Oscar de la Renta, but it is such a timeless look on her. She next wore it when she dropped by the Nook Children’s Hospice for a visit in November 2019.
She Is A True Fashion Recycler
We are impressed by the revolutionary outfit recycling habit of the Duchess of Cambridge. As another example, we have this white Barbara Casasola off-the-shoulder dress. The mom of three wore this dress twice now. The first time, she took it to a prize event held by the Art Fund Museum in 2016. After that, we got to see it in action once more when she brought it to the first Addiction Awareness Week gala. She showed off her accessorizing game by pairing it with glittery metallic pumps and a satin clutch.
A Nod To Her In-Laws
Kate Middleton decided to wear a yellow Alexander McQueen coatdress when she went to the Trooping the Color parade with the rest of the family. The Duchess of Cambridge was seen at Buckingham Palace wearing a Philip Treacy floral fascinator. The event was a rare joint appearance for her and Meghan Markle, who had just come out of maternity leave at the time. There were royal family enthusiasts who thought that Kate was giving a nod to the first wedding anniversary of Harry and Meghan since her dress looked similar to the one that the Duchess of Sussex wore to her royal wedding.
Using Fashion To Show Respect
Prince William and Kate Middleton sported matching green outfits as a nod to the official Pakistani color. The Duchess of Cambridge donned a shimmery floor-length Jenny Packham dress and a dupatta scarf. Aristocratic and royal ladies have always used fashion to pay tribute to different cultures. Prince William also happens to be the first male royal family member to wear a knee-length sherwani. South Asian men traditionally wear it as a button-up coat.
She Is A Style Legend
We are about to show you even older photos to show you just how stylish Kate really is. This sequined and studded gown hails from the 2011 Jenny Packham collection. It is among the first garments that the Duchess of Cambridge recycled. This also cemented her status as a fashion icon! The photo was taken in 2016 when she went to a charity gala dinner held at Houghton Hall in King’s Lynn. Prior to that time, she wore this dress in 2011 during her first formal appearance after she and Prince William tied the knot.
Blue And Beautiful
Kate Middleton had a number of notable looks when she and Prince William went on their royal tour of Pakistan. During the first day of the tour, she donned a traditional Pakistani attire called shalwar kameez, which was made by Catherine Walker. This teal color reminded a lot of people of the shalwar kameez that Princess Diana sported when she visited Pakistan in 1996. As you might have noticed, folks liked to compare the royal ladies. Kate seems to be fond of channeling the style of her mother-in-law.
Royals Wear Zara As Well
Kate Middleton was able to make an outfit from Zara look royal. The duchess was snapped wearing black culottes and a black and white polka-dotted top. She wore this simple but elegant outfit to an event hosted by the Sunshine House Children and Young People’s Health Development Center in September. She paid the center a visit to meet the nurses. This might be the reason that she went for a look that was chic but approachable at the same time.
A Royal In Royal Blue
Here, you can see Kate following in the footsteps of her mother-in-law yet again. She looked chic in the loose blue kurta that she wore when she visited a school during the Pakistan royal tour. The duchess was snapped in a royal blue shalwar kameez from a local designer called Maheen Khan. She wore a ring to complement her outfit and earrings. Kate and William had a meeting with Imran Khan, the prime minister of Pakistan. Princess Diana visited the country many times in the past and is allegedly fond of it.
A Tribute To Alexander McQueen
The latest appearance of the duchess was a style win! On top of that, this one also has a very special meaning to it. As a tribute to the 10th death anniversary of famous fashion designer Alexander McQueen, the Duchess wore a navy coat and skirt from the fashion line. She topped it off with a pair of black boots. It was a touching tribute to the British designer, whose fashion house she is a big fan of.
Cute And Chic In Casual Wear
Kate Middleton surprised us once more when she stepped out in Newtownards. She looks amazing in the casual chic getup that she picked for her farm visit. The royal was seen interacting with young visitors, as well as an intriguing mix of animals from alpacas to snakes. She decided to dress it down for this particular visit by donning a khaki green jacket, a sky blue turtleneck, tall brown tassel boots, and black skinny jeans. We love how she rounded it out by putting on sparkling gold leaf earrings!
She Is Effortlessly Chic
The Duchess is very chic and sleek in these black skinny pants, Reiss gray blazer, and Aquatalia ankle boots. The ashy grey outerwear goes well with her bluebell cashmere roll-neck sweater. The outfit is minimalistic and polished, but it also served as a look that is different from her typical array of suits and dresses. It was the first time that she wore this pair of leafy fern earrings from Catherine Zoraida as well. Kate Middleton is actually a big fan of Zoraida and has worn their designs on a number of occasions.
Her Favorite Pair Of Wedges
In this photo, you can see the Duchess of Cambridge on a visit to the Royal Horticultural Society Back to Nature Garden. Ashe actually designed this at the 2019 Royal Horticultural Society Hampton Court Palace. Kate Middleton paired her floral short-sleeved midi dress with a pair of tan Castañer wedges, one of her favorite pairs of shoes. Normally, she wears them with more casual outfits. Considering how often she has been spotted with them on, it is clear that she especially likes them!
Relaxed But Still Stylish
Kate held an interview but looked very relaxed in her Sézane jumper, which she has previously worn. For the second time, she wore her ‘Tulio’ knit. We first saw this outfit on her in late January when she was at the London Early Years Foundation school in Stockwell Gardens. At the time, she decided to complete the getup with ankle boots, black skinny jeans, and a teal jacket. She looked more casual the second time with her hair in loose waves.
Lovely In A Lime Green Dress
The Duchess of Cambridge is always busy with overseas travel, gala dinners, and daily royal duties. She needs a comprehensive and elaborate wardrobe that will challenge even the most shopaholic among us. Recently, people have noted a change in direction for her style. This happened when Kate unexpectedly wore a bright dress! Her lime green getup was a true statement that caught our eye. She was wise enough to tone it down with the help of black stockings and L.K. Bennett Mollie Boots, however.
Looking Calm And Collected
Most people will feel agitated and nervous when it is time to meet dignitaries and politicians. However, Kate Middleton is not like most people! She remains a calm and collected figure even though she did not grow up with training for such a lifestyle. The duchess appeared cool as she donned a white skirt-suit boasting a peplum waist during her Poland visit. We love the red clutch that provided a touch of color. Aside from that, she decided to top off the look with understated jewelry and a pair of beige heels.
Gorgeous In Green
During her tour of Canada, Kate Middleton looked something like a movie star from the ‘50s. She debuted a new Smythe jacket when she went to the North American nation. The engagement involved outdoor activity, which was the reason the duchess wore a pretty casual outfit. The moss green blazer was tailored perfectly to her and looked effortlessly chic. What a great color on her! She then topped it off with a tie-blow blouse from Somerset by Alice Temperley, pants from Zara, and cowboy boots.
A Big Fan Of Mulberry
Can you imagine what the closet of the duchess must look like? It must be filled with various items from different designer labels. Even though Kate Middleton must have plenty of options, there seems to be a fashion brand that Kate is especially fond of: Mulberry. In the photo, you can see her in a green coat, hat, snow boots, and gloves. Of course, she did not forget to carry her Mulberry handbag as well! We love how the classic pair of earrings brings the entire look together.
Mysterious In A Midnight Blue Number
In the past, the Duchess of Cambridge has been photographed wearing the almost-periwinkle hue. She donned gowns, coats, and more things in the shade, wowing us every single time. With this look, she was all bundled up in a midnight blue overcoat that she accessorized with a patterned white and red scarf from Beulah, a British brand that aims to create jobs for vulnerable women and eradicate slavery. This was the outfit that she wore on her trip to Swansea, Wales.
Every Color Looks Good On Her
On January 29 of this year, Kate Middleton made an unannounced visit to the London Early Years Foundation Stockwell Gardens Nursery and Pre-School. During this visit, the duchess helped serve breakfast to kids. It was a casual event, so she opted for an Aegean blue coat, black ankle boots, and a white Sezanne sweater. This is enough proof for us to know that she looks stunning in every color! Her favorite color seems to be blue, and she can carry every shade from aqua to deep navy.
How To Make An Entrance
Talk about making an entrance. As you might know by now, she had an incredible array of clothes on her royal tour of Pakistan. However, we particularly love this bespoke piece that ranged from aqua blue to pale turquoise. This Catherine Walker piece sure left an impression! It was what she had been wearing when she got off the plane. It was actually inspired by a traditional outfit called shalwar kameez. This was what she was seen in when she arrived at the Pakistani Force Base Nur Kahn on October 14, 2019.
Jenny Packham Is Another Favorite
On October 31, the Duchess of Cambridge stepped out to visit the Imperial War Museum in London. She donned a rich blue Jenny Packham dress that she topped off with nude heels and a clutch. This was a very flattering look on her trim figure. It must be noted that Kate Middleton often wears pieces from Jenny Packham, a famous and respected British fashion designer. The line is best known for selling ready-to-wear pieces, as well as wedding dresses.
Green Is The New Gold
When Kate Middleton met with Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan, she donned a green Catherine Walker tunic over Maheen Khan trousers. The duchess accessorized with a Satringi scarf and Zeen earrings. Here is a great commentary on the outfit that she sported: “I am personally in love with the green dress she wore. The cuts perfectly complimented her body type, yet the dress was sophisticated and understated as it should have been for a visit to a notoriously modest culture.”
A Gem In Emerald Green
Last year, Kate arrived at Wimbledon in a gorgeous Dolce and Gabbana dress in green. She has previously been seen in this outfit. You might not know this, but the duchess is actually a tennis player! However, she was present at the event as a royal patron. After stunning us all in a white outfit the previous day, she picked a dress that she donned during her royal tour of Canada in 2016. The look was completed by her nude pumps, loop earrings, and a Dolce & Gabbana bag.
Wearing Something By A Royal
Kate Middleton looked divine in a black floor-length lace dress by Diane von Furstenberg! We adore the three-quarter length sleeves and the scalloped neckline of the piece. This was the outfit that she wore when she attended the Anna Freud National Centre for Children and Families Gala Dinner, which was held at the Orangery at Kensington Palace. Did you know that Diane von Furstenberg is a royal herself? She has the title Princess Diane of Furstenberg and rose to fame after getting married to Prince Egon von Furstenberg of the German House of Furstenberg. She started designing clothes for women a year after the wedding.
Their Royal Tour Of The United States
In July 2011, Prince William and Kate attended a cocktail party at the Los Angeles residence of the Consul-General of the United Kingdom. It was the second thing on the couple’s itinerary during the USA leg of their royal tour. The pair also went to a business summit in Beverley Hills earlier that day. The Mayor and the Governor of California welcomed them with open arms. There were other famous faces present at the party such as football player David Beckham.
In Memory Of Princess Diana
Prince William and Prince Harry honored their late mother Princess Diana by visiting her memorial garden at Kensington Palace a day before her 20th death anniversary. Kate Middleton also joined the brothers on a tour of the Sunken Garden, which got converted into the White Garden in the memory of Diana. The Duchess of Cambridge picked an elegant green tea-length dress from Prada, which came with long sleeves and a high neck. The members of the royal family were guided on a walk around the grounds and indicated the flowers that Diana loved, from white roses to lilies.
Rosy In Red
Kate Middleton was a sight to behold when she attended a Heads Together event during the official opening of the Global Academy in Hayes. She joined Prince William and Prince Harry, looking flawless in her bright poppy skirt suit from Armani. The fitted zipper blazer had flattering ruching around the bust, as well as a slight split neck. This piece went with a matching pencil skirt, classic nude pumps, and a nude leather clutch. We dare say that she looked incredible!
A Black And White Look
We have yet another look from her tour of Pakistan. The duchess was spotted in a white tunic, a black Beulah blazer coat, white pants, and black flats from Russell & Bromley. Prince William and Kate visited the Army Canine Unit of Islamabad, the final item on their itinerary. During the event, they got to meet puppies and dogs that have learned to identify explosive devices. We think that she chose the perfect outfit choice by going for appropriate and understated. It is refreshing to see her in black and white!
Looking Chic In France
The photos came from the second day of their trip to Paris. We are not at all surprised to see that Kate Middleton has the French style down to a tee already. She decided to embrace everything that the City of Light has to offer. She donned a chic blue Chanel coatdress, which she accessorized with a quilted handbag and a double-C belt. Her husband Prince William, meanwhile, decided to match her look with his white button-up shirt, a navy blue suit, and a maroon tie.
Subtle Is Her Style
It is not a reach to call Kate Middleton the master of styling subtly. The green suit jacket that she donned when she dropped by the East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices might look like regular outerwear. However, a closer look will show you a fashion hack of hers. She donned a tie-neck blouse below the Hobbs London jacket and stuck out the Peter Pan collar to make it look like one piece. You probably would not have caught on to this because her Gerard Darel perfectly blended with the jacket’s round neckline.
Featuring Fashionable Florals
Prince William, Prince Harry, and Kate were seen together once more. During a briefing at the London’s Institute of Contemporary Arts, this royal trio was able to outline their hopes and plans for a foundation known as Heads Together. The organization aims to shine a spotlight on mental health. Kate showed up in a lovely floral dress from Erdem. Together with the brothers, the Duchess of Cambridge stands behind the effort of the organization to promote mental health awareness.
A Proper And Polished Ensemble
On November 4, 2016, the Duchess went out to visit the Nelson Trust Women’s Centre, a Vulnerable Women’s Center located in Gloucester, England. It is always touching to see Kate visit the less fortunate. She appeared polished and proper in a black turtleneck, a Dolce & Gabbana tweed skirt, and a blue Mulberry coat. The royal topped off this look with a pair of black pumps and black tights. This look was completed with her decision to let her gorgeous brown locks down in loose waves around her shoulders.
Her Red Carpet Look
The Duchess of Cambridge showed up at the red carpet during the premiere of A Street Cat Named Bob. It was held in support of a charity called Action on Addiction, which she is a patron of. She turned heads in her white gown with its floral crocheted bodice and a high-slit pleated skirt. Kate decided to bring the look together with black suede pumps, a red clutch bag, and a poppy pin. Even though it must have been chilly since it was November in London, she looked summery and fresh!
Their First Official Manchester Trip Together
Kate Middleton was seen at the National Football Museum in Manchester, England with her husband. She looked sophisticated in his blue-and-pink checkered coat from Erdem, which she wore with a black lace top, a navy blue pair of suede pumps, a black clutch, and gold-and-pearl earrings. They kicked off the day by dropping by the National Football Museum, where they met local schoolchildren having early Halloween festivities. Did you know that this was the first official trip of the pair to this city?
Pretty In Pink
The duchess looked pretty in pink when she went to Cornwall for a royal visit with Prince William. The couple was there for a number of programs and meetings at local youth organizations based in the coastal county. Kate was radiant and smiling from ear to ear in her pale pink Lela Rose fit-and-flare dress. On her feet, she opted for Monsoon espadrille wedges. She let her hair down in wavy locks and stuck to natural makeup. We highly approve of her simple yet elegant look.
Patterns And Prints
Once more, Kate Middleton showed off her impressive style when she watched the Wimbledon final decked out in Alexander McQueen. She sat pretty in the Royal Box in her lipstick, butterfly, and skull print dress. It was a rather different look, but it still suited her! The printed piece has been adorned with hummingbirds, lips, butterflies, lipsticks, and the famous McQueen skull. When it comes to accessories, the royal decided to stick to a delicate pair of gold charm earrings and an LK Bennett Natalie box clutch.
Yet Another Winning Wimbledon Look
We have more Wimbledon looks from the duchess for you! Truly, she has not disappointed us. She was spotted wearing a yellow Roksanda dress that she paired with nude pumps. The Duchess of Cambridge stunned us in this outfit, which she topped off with loose, billowing waves. During this time of the year, the royal kept serving one incredible look after another. The dress is actually recycled as she already wore the bright dress when she touched down in Sydney during her Australia royal tour in April 2014.
Ready To Watch Wimbledon
It is a pretty well-known fact that Kate loves Wimbledon, so no one was shocked to see her there in 2018. However, Meghan was there with her, which made it their first solo appearance together! The duchesses attended the game to watch their friend Serena Williams go up against Angelique Kerber from Germany. Kate decided to wear a polka-dotted dress from Jenny Packham for the sporty event. The sisters-in-law have been photographed together many times, so they are clearly good friends.
Kate Wearing Catherine Walker
Kate Middleton and Princess Diana share a fondness for a particular designer: Catherine Walker. It was launched by a French-born fashion designer but is currently based in London. The line has been linked to the royals for many years. The Duchess of Cambridge donned a Walker dress when she went to the wedding of her close friend, Sophie Carter. We are sure that you are no longer shocked to hear that she has worn it in the past. The first time happened during her royal tour of Germany and Poland in 2017.
Kate Has Confidence
The duchess seemed as confident and happy as ever when she headed out in a royal blue Eponine dress. The brand is a couture fashion house from London. Kate Middleton has previously worn it before as well. We first got to see this number in 2017. However, she decided to pair the dress with Rupert Sanderson stilettos, lovely sapphire drop earrings, and a black clutch this time. We have to say that this is a head-turning look! We are keeping our fingers crossed that this is not the last we have seen of it.
Fashion Resolutions For The New Year
The duchess must have plenty of fashion surprises in store for us this year. We cannot wait to see what looks she will come up with next. One thing we are certain of would be the fact that she will still wear coatdresses. As expected, she kicked off the new year in one of those. On January 5, 2020, the Duchess of Cambridge stunned in a royal blue fedora as she and Prince William went to a church in Sandringham.
Wearing Shades Of Gray
When it comes to fashion, the Duchess of Cambridge seems to go for prints and bright colors more than anything. However, there are times when she opts for mellow shades too. When she went to Kings College London, she wore a gray Catherine Walker coatdress that she paired with black tights, pumps, and a clutch. What tied the look for us would be the black hat from Sylvia Fletcher for Lock Hatter’s!
Stylish Without Even Trying
When she visited the College of Agriculture, Food and Rural Enterprise, Kate braved the rainy Northern Ireland weather in a lovely coat. She truly has an elegant style that could make every girl out there green with envy. The Duchess of Cambridge is clearly adept at fashionable expression, no doubt about it. She sported a gorgeous color that provided contrast against the surroundings, which only made her stand out from the rest. We are big fans of those buckled wrist straps as well.
Knitted Clothes Befitting A Royal
There are people who would tell you that knitted wear, particularly those with patterns, would make you seem old-fashioned. However, Kate Middleton proved all these naysayers wrong by appearing elegant, refined, and professional in a knitted skirt and jacket. It worked so well thanks to the modern design of the skirt and the incredible detailing on the jacket. While you can say it was office inspired, the Duchess of Cambridge still managed to look youthful and beautiful. How is that even possible?!
Perfecting Classic Refinement
Contrary to what people think, it is not particularly easy to pull off black and white. However, Kate Middleton makes it look easy because of how often she wears the color scheme. We really think that she made the right choice here because the elegant jacket and blouse blended very well with the dark details of the clutch, skirt, and hat. On top of that, the white patterns on the skirt make this already lovely combination even more fashionable! Make sure to take a leaf out of her book on this one.
The Key Is The Lack Of Details
There are folks who think that an excess of detail is the only way to dress in a sophisticated manner. Kate proved all of us wrong by appearing in a rather simple number that still managed to flatter her. Even though it is free from fuss, the plain-looking dress still makes the Duchess of Cambridge look extravagant. There is an old saying that goes, “It is not what you wear but how you wear it.” We are impressed but not surprised by how good she looks in a dress like this one.
An Air Of Uncomplicated Flair
The royal must be a big fan of simplicity. Once more, she showed up on the red carpet wearing a dress that did not have frills and details but still made it look extravagant. Her lovely neckpiece would be the only thing that can catch the eye, but Kate still stole the spotlight in a very effortless way. If you want to follow in her footsteps, you should take note of the contrast provided by the black clutch and shoes.
Bringing Couture To The Streets
The Duchess of Cambridge always seems so stylish no matter where she is! She might have sported a casual look here, but it still came with refined touches that suit a member of the royal family. Doesn’t she look lovely in this photo? If you need proof that this is one lady with a sense of style, you only need to look at how she picked a blouse that matches her purse, as well as the details of the jacket with her jeans. Aside from looking very stylish, the entire getup is amazing at flattering her incredible figure.
Old Fashion But Never A Cold Expression
Let us face it: ‘60s and ‘70s fashion simply won’t look good on every single one of us. Kate Middleton sure is lucky that she looks great in just about anything! She looked incredibly elegant in her blue, checkered dress that was likely inspired by the looks served by her late mother-in-law. The Duchess was photographed when she arrived at the Honiara International Airport at the Solomon Islands. Her style made her stand out from her fellow socialites with her lovely look. She is truly an impressive lady!
A Doll In Polka Dots
Sporting yet another black and white combination, the Duchess of Cambridge looked exquisite during her visit to the Warner Brothers Studio. Even though polka dots can be a hit or miss, we are sure that you would agree with us when we say that she pulled it off brilliantly. What made this ensemble work so well? Well, it must be the effect of careful details like the black from the extravagant jacket and the trim details of the clutch and shoes.
Our Favorite Royal Lady In Pink
There seems to be an unwritten rule that says no woman’s wardrobe is complete if it does not have pink and purple outfits. The dress in this photo is one of the most adored outfits worn by the Duchess of Cambridge. She has worn it on a number of occasions, but the pastel pink number has yet to disappoint. It always looks flattering on her figure. We are sure that plenty of girls out there are filled with envy whenever they see Kate Middleton in it.
Her Elegance Is Unparalleled
Even though blue is generally thought to be a masculine color, it is possible for women to wear it as long as they think it through. This photo of Kate Middleton is all the proof that you need! The dress has a silky material, gorgeous details, and exquisite patterns. No doubt, this is yet another good choice made by the Duchess of Cambridge. We have to say that we are particularly impressed by how well the color works on her skin tone.
Her Powder Pink Outfit
Kate Middleton might be a down-to-earth person, but she has mastered the art of dressing up. She and Prince William usually go for similar colors when they go to an event together. Well, they do say that the couple that dresses together stays together! If you have bad luck in the love department, this might be what you need. The duchess wore a powder pink coatdress by Alexander McQueen, who is among her favorite fashion designers. She accessorized the gorgeous coat with a Juliette Botterill headpiece.
Wearing Her Signature Coat
It seems that there are certain looks that Kate refuses to give up. And rightly so because she is nothing short of stunning in these outfits. The duchess is probably best remembered in this Alexander McQueen because she has worn the blue piece on numerous occasions in the past. For one, she donned it when she went to an event held in honor of Sir David Attenborough. To complete the outfit, the royal wore diamond earrings and navy heels. She also carried an Asprey clutch with her.
Chic And Ready For Cricket
We have seen a bunch of her outfits from their royal tour of Pakistan. She dressed perfectly for every single occasion, and a game of cricket was no exception to the rule. During the fourth day of the tour, she and Prince William dropped by the National Cricket Academy. It was a casual event that called for comfortable attire as they played the sport. For this occasion, Kate wore white sneakers and a shalwar kameez by Gul Ahmed.
Her Very Own Mini-Me
It is always adorable when parents and their children dress in a similar fashion. In this photo, you will see the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were accompanied by mini versions of themselves during the holiday season. When they went to Sandringham for Christmas Day, Kate Middleton sported a simple but chic coat in her favorite green shade.
Middleton And Midwives
Around Christmas time, Kensington Palace published photos of the duchess on a visit to the Kingston Hospital’s Maternity Unit. These photos were shot in early 2019 when Kate Middleton dropped by to observe clinics and visit post-natal wards. For this event, she went with black tights and a printed dress. During the visit, the mom of three joined midwives making house calls. The royal also penned an open letter as a way to thank them for their hard work and how much effort they put in to make the lives of other people better.