Table of contents:
- Dresses and dresses
- Bon ton coats
- Hats and fascinators
- Casual looks
- Evening dresses
- Princess of "low cost"
From bon ton coats to more casual outfits, here are the must haves of Kate Middleton's wardrobe.
Duchess of Cambridge, royal consort of Prince William, easygoing and affectionate mother of little George and Charlotte and undisputed queen of style, Kate Middleton has become a point of reference for all the "subjects" of the United Kingdom and beyond.
Her looks are very copied, so much so that some of the items or accessories she wore have sold out within a few hours (remember the blue Issa London dress worn for the announcement of the official engagement with William?).
But what are the must-haves of this modern princess? Here are the key pieces of "His Highness" wardrobe, Catherine of Cambridge
Dresses and dresses
Whether it's romantic printed models or bon ton midi dresses, what is certain is that Kate Middleton adores clothes And dresses. Favorite colors? Blue and shades of blue but also the delicacy of cypress and pink. In short, the pastel colors so loved by Queen Elizabeth have also impressed the wife of Prince William.
Kate flaunts them with the inevitable nude décolleté or the more comfortable wedges with rope soles for less formal occasions.
Bon ton coats
Kate's other fetish boss: the coat! Whether it is a flared model that enhances the long-limbed figure or a type with a straighter and softer cut (used extensively during the two pregnancies), His Highness has an almost boundless collection (which in any case "recycles" often and willingly).
Our favorites? The fuchsia double-breasted one and the forest green one with golden buttons sported on the occasion of the last visit to the French capital.
Hats and fascinators
Like any good Englishman and self-respecting member of the Royal House, Kate has delighted us in recent years with a varied series of hats, caps and fascinators of all types. There is no Derby at Ascot or official parade in which Kate has not presented herself with original models embellished with flowers and applications.
The last one? The flat model with fabric rose paired with Alexander McQueen's blush-colored dress worn at her sister Pippa's wedding on May 20th.
But he is in his spare time and with the more casual look that Kate gives the best of herself. The Duchess of Cambridge flaunts with ease and class jeans And sneakers, sport polo shirts and cable knit sweaters. The Texan boots, flaunted during the visit to Canada, are among his undisputed musts, as well as loved ones wedges in rope or cork, a chic compromise also flaunted during official but less formal engagements.
And for the evening? Green light to precious long dresses: from chiffon, to lace, from sequins to applications, Kate masterfully wears models by English and international designers. Most loved by the Princess? Alexander Mc Queen but also Jenny Packham. All surrounded by dream jewelry (chandelier earrings, above all), small clutches and satin sandals.
Princess of "low cost"
But Kate is also a "normal" girl, like all of us she loves Zara and other low cost brands. So here she is showing off a polka dot dress by Topshop same brand of the dress chosen for one of the teappe of the trip to India with motifs and embroideries inspired by local stylistic motifs. Not far from it, both models sold out in a few hours like the designer printed trousers Gap, worn in Bhutan.
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