The Duchess of Cambridge's Most Fashionable Looks

The Duchess of Cambridge's Most Fashionable Looks

January 10, 2019

From gowns to ladylike dresses and everything in-between, we’re tracking the royal’s best style moments through the years.

For Christmas morning service, the Duchess of Cambridge looked festive in a deep red coat with a velvet collar by designer Catherine Walker.

Kate donned a polka dot dress with pearl buttons for a visit to Evelina London Children’s Hospital.

Kate was holiday ready in a plaid skirt by Emilia Wickstead and black sweater as she hosted a Christmas party for military families with Prince William.

For Prince Charles’ 70th birthday party, Kate wore a one-shoulder pink gown with jaw-dropping diamond earrings.

The Duchess of Cambridge chose an emerald green coat with black velvet details for the centenary of World War I armistice service at Westminster Abbey.

Kate first wore this Jenny Packham dress in 2012, but brought it back out for the Tusk Conservation Awards.

The Duchess of Cambridge looked like a full-on princess in a blue Alexander McQueen gown and the Lover’s Knot tiara for a state dinner at Buckingham palace.

For Princess Eugenie’s royal wedding to Jack Brooksbank, the Duchess of Cambridge stunned in bright pink Alexander McQueen dress and matching Philip Treacy fascinator.

Kate Middleton arrived to the Victoria & Albert Museum wearing a tweed Erdem dress, paired with Jimmy Choo velvet pumps, and a Jimmy Choo box clutch.

The duchess looked lovely in a lavender Emilia Wickstead dress and Gianvito Rossi pumps for a mental health summit in London.

Kate Middleton joined Meghan Markle for Serena Williams’ Wimbledon match, choosing a printed dress by Jenny Packham and pearl earrings for the occasion.

For the RAF Centenary Service, Kate looked stylish in a baby blue Alexander McQueen dress and sparkly brooch in honor of the Royal Air Force Dacre.

Kate chose all-white Alexander McQueen for the christening of her third born, Prince Louis. She paired it with a statement headpiece by Jane Taylor.

The duchess donned a yellow Alexander McQueen coat for the royal wedding of the year—when Prince Harry wed Meghan Markle. She paired it with a coordinating floral fascinator.

Will and Kate introduced the world to their third child, Prince Louis on April 23. As the couple made their way to the steps of Lindo Wing, the Duchess of Cambridge wore a red Jenny Packham dress with a white lace Peter Pan collar.

It was all-blue for the duchess in a Beulah London dress and coat set at the Commonwealth Day service.

In a royal blue long-sleeved empire-waist lace Seraphine maternity dress, paired with simple black heels and diamond drop earrings while attending the grand opening of Place2Be’s new headquarters in London.

In a cream-colored collarless cinched-waist JoJo Maman Bébé ‘Princess’ maternity coat (reported to be the same coat she wore when pregnant with Princess Charlotte)—paired with black heels, pearl drop earrings, and a small clutch while visiting the Pegasus Primary School in Oxford, England.

In a Orla Kiely-designed black long-sleeved floral print dress with velvet detailing, paired with nude suede pumps, a small clutch, and gold teardrop earrings at the National Portrait Gallery in London.

In a lined Jenny Packham blue coat and dress and Jimmy Choo navy heels while visiting the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists in London.

In a dark green double-breasted Dolce & Gabbana coat, with simple black gloves, tights, and heels while making a royal appearance at the Fire Station Arts Centre in Sunderland, England.

Wearing a black-and-white printed long-sleeved dress, with silver jewelry, black tights, and heels while at the Fire Station Arts Centre in Sunderland with Prince William.

Wearing a black and white floral-printed Erdem gown, paired with simple black heels for the Commonwealth Fashion Exchange reception at Buckingham Palace.

Will and Kate hit up the BAFTA Awards in London, with the Duchess in a green Jenny Packham gown, emerald jewelry, Prada heels, and a black clutch.

In a royal blue Goat Ellory Bow Detail coat paired with black heels, carrying a Aspinal of London clutch for the opening of a community-based drug addition treatment center in Essex, England.

In a red and white KJUS Duana quilted jacket, a white Barts Jasmin beanie, and Sorel ‘Tofino’ snow boots while watching Norway’s national junior ski jumpers take off from the Holmenkollen ski jump in Oslo, Norway with Prince William.

The Duchess of Cambridge made a regal statement in an Alexander McQueen draped gown for a formal dinner at the Norwegian Royal Palace.

In a maroon double-breasted Dolce & Gabbana coat, black gloves, and a black Mulbury clutch while visiting the Hartvig Nissen School in Norway with Prince William.

A burgundy Chanel quilted bag and houndstooth coat by Catherine Walker made the perfect look during the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s royal tour of Sweden.

In a blue Sportmax coat (which she wore at an event in 2015), Séraphine Maternity dress, Beulah London scarf, and navy blue pumps while attending an engagement for Head Together.

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