The best outfits of Kate Middleton, the new Princess of Wales

Kate Middleton, who recently received the title of Princess of Wales at all, always tries to look perfect, and therefore, selects her wardrobe with great care. In some cases, designer outfits even have to be altered in order to meet the strict requirements of the dress code of the royal family. The same dresses and suits that the Duchess especially liked, she sometimes wears more than once. She is not alien to her late mother-in-law, Princess Diana, commitment to reasonable consumption, as a result of which Kate Middleton often appears at various events in the same outfits, sometimes a little altered.

Suffice it to recall a gala reception held a few years ago, where everyone looked at the future queen in a blue dress with embroidery from Jenny Packham. It is noted that she has previously appeared in it at an event in India in 2016, combining with a matching chiffon cape.

In February of this year, the Duchess of Cambridge chose a white and gold dress, which she previously appeared in Malaysia in 2012. After that, the exit was repeated at the Bafta 2020 ceremony.

No less famous is the blue dress with prominent patch pockets by designer Alexander McQueen, this outfit is considered one of the most beloved among those that Kate prefers to wear more than once, only in 2014 she appeared in it twice in public and then repeated her success in 2016, at the celebration 75th anniversary of Air Cadets, and three years ago she appeared in it, going to Birkenhead.

Another designer Kate Middleton has taken a liking to is Barbara Casasola and her $2,000 cream jersey dress. It has also been worn twice already – in 2016 and 2019, the first time it was an award from the Art Fund Museum in London, the second time – a charity evening. To complement the dress, the Duchess opted for sparkling Jimmy Choo shoes, a look that fans remembered and called it one of the most daring if you learn the austerity of the Duchess’s wardrobe. The open shoulders and pronounced silhouette did not match the usual protocol of the royal family.

And of course, the unforgettably dark blue polka dot dress, which was worn to the most important events. In 2018, it was posing for an official portrait, and in May 2019, the Duchess went to an exhibition in Bletchley Park in it. By the way, Alessandra Rich is one of the most favorite brands of the Duchess.

LONDON, ENGLAND – FEBRUARY 07: Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge attends St Clement Danes Church for a service to mark the 75th Anniversary of the RAF Air Cadets on February 7, 2016 in London, England. (Photo by Samir Hussein/WireImage)




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