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The Duchess of Cambridge's Best Style Moments

The Duchess of Cambridge has an iconic style
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The dazzling Duchess of Cambridge wore black lace Alexander McQueen gown at the Royal Variety Performance in 2019
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The Duchess of Cambridge, Catherine, has become a style icon of our generation. Since becoming the member of the British Royal Family, she has given us hundreds of iconic style moments. On this page we will be talking about many of them one by one while she remains The Duchess before becoming Princess of Wales one day. 

 

The Duchess of Cambridge's one of the iconic look is something very simple, functioning and yet very stylish that she wore on the day of the launch of  Heads Together in May 2016.  The outfit has Goat Binky Blouse, Banana Republic Geo Jacquard Midi Skirt., L.K. Bennett Frome Clutch, Rupert Sanderson Malory Pumps and Sapphire and Diamond Diana Earrings with Cartier Ballon Bleu watch

 

 

This gorgeous outfit is my all-time Favourite Wimbledon look from Kate's wardrobe that she first wore in 2019 Wimbledon Men's Singles Fianle. The outfit consists of Emilia Wickstead Jordin A-Line Cotton-Blend Dress paired with Aldo’ Nicholes ankle strap pumps, In2Design Baroque Pearl Drop Earrings, Josef Point de Beauvais Beaded Flap Clutch Bag, Ray-Ban Wayfarer II 55mm Sunglasses and Cartier Ballon Bleu watch.

 

Catherine wore this casual yet chic outfit in 2019 at the King's Cup Regatta. The ensemble consists of a Sandro Knit top with LK Bennett Navy Parker Trouser teamed up with Superga Cotu Sneakers, white t-shirt having King’s Cup logo on it and blue shorts, Kiki Lauren Yellow Gold PavĂ© Diamond Leaf Earrings, Gill Marine Women’s Team Softshell Jacket and Gill Marine Race cap.

You can find more details on the complete wardrobe of The Duchess of Cambridge here

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