What Kate Wore – Best Fashion Looks to carry from royal figure

If we talk about fashion, it will be impossible to resist discussing the royal style and dressing inspiration you can get from Kate Middleton. She is not only the Duchess of Cambridge but an icon for trendy, sophisticated, elegant, and glamorous dressing style. With her marvelous attires, she has been stealing the show for the past few years.

Besides, what else can be the better option than following the style of royalty!

The most frequently asked question is “What Kate wore?”. Undoubtedly, every dress of Kate is a symbol of decency and grace. But, definitely, it is impossible to see each dress she has worn. Additionally, some of her luxurious ensembles and casual outfits have scored higher in comparison.

Lucky for you, we have picked a few of her top-notch and most modish dresses that are worth considering.

A quick flash from 2021

April 2021 – Attending Prince Philip’s funeral

In the previous week, she was seen wearing all black while attending the funeral. With a classic black maxi dress, she carried a black coat and a black fascinator, and a black veil. But the real highlights of her appearance were the shiny pearl drop earrings paired up with a triple-strand Japanese-made pearl necklace inspired by the late Princess Diana.

23rd March 2021 – Vaccination center

She made a glamorous appearance in a long-sleeved cream dress of majestic cream shade at Westminster Abbey’s COVID vaccination center. Made with lacy touch, its self-print fabric is to die for.

18th March 2021 – Ambulance station in London

This camel shade attire is a real deal for a formal dinner night. Kate Middleton carried this monochromatic look with grace while visiting an ambulance station with first responders in London. Matching suede camel heels add to the fanciness alongside a ravishing clutch.

9th February 2021 – Ulster University

Staying simple is always a preferable option and no one can do it better than Kate! If you want to look formal but do not want to overdo it, you can follow her footsteps by pairing a blue blazer with a delicate cream top. Add finesse with subtle jewelry.

2nd February 2021 – Video call

Imagine Kate, the Duchess, wearing an old dress. Again! WHOA! But she did recycle her chic-styled Rebecca Taylor tweed jacket that brings out the personality. For the royalty, she wore rhodochrosite Missoma earrings.

A quick flash from 2020

16th December 2020 – Christmas card photo

Want some styling goals for a decent shoot? Go for a burgundy sweater that looks modish and decent at the same time. The Duchess of Cambridge wore this attractive attire for the annual family’s Christmas card photo. It keeps the Christmassy touch with darker shade complementing the festive collared piece shortly.

11th December 2020 – Special night at the theater

Keeping a match with her son, she styled a gorgeously designed navy and white patterned dress by Alessandra Rich at the London Palladium. Paired with matching navy pumps, she looks like a real queen.

7th December 2020 – The royal train tour

Wearing a lighter shade of blue in winter with black navy suede boots and a matching mask can never go wrong! And this fact is proved by Kate when she wore a tailored blue Catherine Walker coat on the 2nd day of their abroad tour.

8th November 2020 – Remembrance Sunday ceremony  

She wore an all-black stylish-cut attire that keeps the simplicity but gives graceful vibes. A uniquely detailed coat made from Alexander McQueen seems like real magic.

20th October 2020 – Hold Still photo show

A double-breasted coat never goes out of fashion. Besides, picking it in a glowy and darker shade such as striking red can never be beaten. Worn by Kate at St. Bartholomew’s Hospital, this majestic red overcoat from Alexander McQueen can be styled at any event.

August 5, 2020 – South Wales tour

During their South Wales tour, she chose a belted, cute floral midi dress designed by Emilia Wickstead. It is best carried by her with all-brown suede espadrilles. How about wearing it over a late lunch or a spring festival!

18th June 2020 – Fakenham Garden Centre

Whenever planning a visit to any garden center, always try to keep your look preppy but functional. For instance, the way Kate dressed in a royal light blue button-down shirt with a pair of black skinny jeans. For a smart touch, she wore a Fjallraven vest and green-colored refreshing sneakers by Superga.

9th March 2020 – the 25th anniversary of Place2Be

Anniversaries are always special. But to make it more special, you must dress accordingly. Take an instant inspiration from The Duchess who wore a glittering, long-sleeved blue gown. With a matching clutch, a whole appearance doubles up.

11th February 2020 – A visit to Leicestershire

A military-inspired, navy blue jacket and skirt designed by Alexander McQueen was an absolute treat. Suitable for the occasion, she carried her coat with heeled boots in black. The lavish touch seems to be completed with shiny drop earrings.

A quick flash from 2019

25th December 2019 – Christmas Day services

On the happy occasion of Christmas Day, the Duchess chose to represent her royal highness in an attractive gray coat complimenting dark green subtle jewelry at Sandringham. She showed how gray and green can give you an elegant combination to wear on any occasion.

21st November 2019 – Tusk Awards

For the Award ceremony, she picked the perfect ensemble to showcase her beauty while maintaining the royalty. Seems like she is a fan of green as she wore a belted green dress styled from Beulah with medium heels.

17th October 2019 – Pakistan tour

On the Pakistan royal tour, Kate decided to wear a chic yet elegant, simple yet glamorous, stylish yet appealing shalwar kameez by Gul Ahmed. The pair of sneakers in shite also looked fabulous.

9th October 2019 – National History Museum

As we know, Kate likes wearing darker shades, she again rocked her burgundy sweater with a scalloped neckline and lace sleeves. The combination of olive green and burgundy sounds bizarre but not to look. She wore olive wide-leg trousers and burgundy pumps. She carried it precisely with gold Asprey hoops and a Chanel handbag.

13th February 2019 – Victoria & Albert Museum

We bet no one has ever worn a rose-colored Gucci gown this beautifully. Backed up with the raspberry velvet soft-smooth clutch that was in matching with her dress belt, she completely rocked the dress. A little bit of fascination was added by pear-shaped drop earrings.