The Duchess of Cambridge is among the best dressed women in Britain. She is sophisticated and classy but following the latest trends. Often times she wears pieces of clothes (mostly dresses) that can be found on the internet for less than 10$, that is a reminder that having style doesn’t need to be expensive. Ever since the announcement of the big engagement with Prince William, in the spring of 2010, Kate is in the spotlight and doesn’t intend to move out of it. While pregnant with her first child Prince George, Kate came up with gorgeous outfits that are worthy of mentioning, she successfully hid her baby bump, and continued to to do her royal work. At this moment she is bearing her second child, and still manages to look royal and keeps up her busy schedule at the same time. These ten outfits are the best that we have seen out of Kate’s spring fashion, scroll down and see what Kate Middleton wears during spring time!
1. The Engagement Dress
The blue Issa wrap dress, that Kate wore on the announcement of the engagement with her charming Prince William in the St James’s Palace, is a definition of timeless elegance. The blue silky dress was sliding through her body, showing of her attributes but still looking preservative. On this picture, for the first time Kate is wearing the engagement ring that Prince Charles gave to Princess Diana.
2. Poppy Spring Dress
Last April, Kate wore this beautiful knee-length L.K. Bennett dress. The white dress with blue poppy flowers showed off her tiny waist, and the matching high heels elongated her toned legs. This outfit was very appropriate for the hot weather in Australia, where the Duchess and Duke visited the Royal Australian Airforce Base at Amberley, without their cute chubby cheek baby- little Prince George.
3. Easter Sunday Dress
One of the things that we love about Kate is the royal note in her style. The Jane Taylor hat really recaptures the royal moment. What it might look like a dress, is actually a coat, an Alexander McQueen coat with beautiful and soft foggy white color. She is also wearing an elegant watch, her engagement ring and silver, rounded earrings.
4. The Banana Dress
The so-called “banana dress” that Kate wore in Australia, is a true masterpiece of the designer Roksanda Ilinčić. Yellow is the perfect spring color, but not many have the courage to wear it. The Duchess combined the geometrical patterned dress with beige high heels, her usual watch, and a earrings with a necklace. The white parts of the yellow dress are the ones that stand out and give a nice proportion.
5. The Polka-Dot Dress
The Duchess is busy doing good humanitarian work, this time she visited Brookhill Children’s Centre in Woolwich. The wrapped dress was perfect for covering the little baby bump. The black makes her body leaner and the white dots are quite eye-catchy and distractful. Kate’s shoes are always in tone with the dress, this time the black heels and black purse are a win-win combination to the whole outfit.
6. Evening White Lace Dress
For a special dining occasion in Australia, Kate chose this beautiful Lela Rose white dress with fun circular patterns of lace that are covering her waist and shoulder area. Her hairstyle is not what we are used to see (wavy hair with curls at the bottom), a low and casual twist was her hairdo for the evening. She obeyed the all-time fashion rule, the shoes must always (with exceptions) match the purse.
7. Cream Dress
A woman needs only one accessory, her smile. Besides impeccable taste of fashion, Kate is an all natural beauty. On this picture the Duchess is wearing a white based dress with cream lace, vintage patterns by Alexander McQueen, for The Queen’s Diamond Jubilee celebration. She completed her look with an imposing cream hat. Her shoes are multitasking L.K. Bennett pumps, they are obviously comfy because in many occasions we were able to spot her in the exact same heels, she is only human folks.
8. The Little Red Dress
No doubt, Alexander McQueen is Kate’s favorite designer (he designed her stunning wedding dress). This time, once again Kate showed up in a quite short, striking red dress, which was specially customized for Kate Middleton for the occasion. Notice anything familiar? The L.K. Bennett Pumps, again.
9. The Olympic’s Dress
A dress worth showing is this Jenny Packham Teal dress that Kate wore at the London Olympic Gala. All eyes were on the beautiful Duchess of Cambridge glowing at the red carpet. The dress is out of this world and yet on Kate it looks moderate. She finished the look with dazzling earrings, and her hair twisted in a low braided bun.
10. The Green Coatdress
This thematic green coatdress, Kate wore for a green occasion, when she visited the National Arboretum in Canberra. What really stands out in this coatdress is the belt. The belt gives proportion, it slims the waist and gives that sophisticated look. Once again we can notice the all mighty, omnipresent L.K. Bennett pumps.