The Duchess wore the Emblem Flare dress from Temperley London’s pre-fall collection of 2014 with black pumps at the Action on Addiction Dinner. Inspired by stained glass ironwork, this little black cocktail number is one her boldest looks by far.
Kate looked straight out of a fairy tale in her Victorian-inspired lace gown with a 9 feet long train designed by Sarah Burton of Alexander McQueen on April 29, 2011. She completed her look with the Cartier Halo Tiara she borrowed from Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth.
The Duchess looked absolutely ravishing in her ivory wedding reception gown designed by Sarah Burton on April 29, 2011. This floor-length satin gown featured a circle skirt, sweetheart neckline, and was embellished with diamante detailing around the waist. She topped it off with a fuzzy white shrug.
Kate kept it classy at the 2018 BAFTA Red Carpet with a dark green Jenny Packham evening gown with a black ribbon. She accessorized her gorgeous gown with a stunning emerald necklace and earrings, a black velvet clutch and a pair of suede Prada heels.
Kate looked spectacular in a bespoke one-shouldered silk dress by Jenny Packham at the 2011 Charity Gala coupled with matching Jimmy Choo Vamp heels. She added a bit of bling with drop diamond earrings from the Beaut’s Vintage Collection and a bracelet.
Wearing her favorite chestnut Hobbs Celeste Coat on Christmas morning at the St. Mark’s Church in Englefield in 2016, the Duchess of Cambridge appears to be snug yet stylish. She has been snapped in this particular coat numerous times since 2012.
The Duchess of Cambridge looked radiant in a simple black cashmere sweater by Brora and a striking plaid skirt by Emilia Wickstead as she hosted a Christmas Party with Prince William for the military families at The Kensington Palace in London in 2018.
Nailing a chic and sharp look at the same time, The Duchess sported Philosophy di Lorenzo Serafini’s double-breasted blazer with a black turtle neck, black denims, and matching ankle boots at the Coach Core Graduation Ceremony in 2017. A pair of Kiki McDonough earrings completed her look.
Kate wowed everyone at the Day Two of the Royal Ascot in 2016 wearing an understated Dolce and Gabbana White Lace Dress. She teamed it up with a woven Jane Taylor hat and nude heels.
Arriving at the Honiara International Airport for the Diamond Jubilee Tour in 2012 with husband, Prince William, Kate Middleton looked fresh and sophisticated in a pastel yellow dress with her Stuart Weitzman wedges. The low bun and minimal earnings further accentuated her elegance.
For her arrival in Ottawa for the Canadian tour with Prince William in 2011, Kate chose to sport a navy-blue lace dress from Erdem’s 2012 resort collection. She teamed up this simple yet elegant dress with nude platform pumps and clutch.
The Duchess wore a cream-colored Alexander McQueen coat dress for Prince Harry’s big day on May 19, 2018. Kate paired this outfit with a Philip Treacy hat and nude Jimmy Choo pumps. Interestingly, she had donned this number previously on three separate occasions.
Kate redefines elegance with a powder blue Emilia Wickstead coat dress which was teamed with nude heels and a clutch. Her Kiki McDonough diamond drop earrings in white gold beautifully complemented her simple look for her visit to Luxembourg in 2017.
The Duchess wore a Jenny Packham turquoise gown with intricate lace details at the Gala Celebration of Our Greatest Team Rises in 2012. This classic number was completed with Vamp platform heels by Jimmy Choo, a pair of diamond earrings, and a Jenny Packham clutch.
Looking drop dead gorgeous in a Marchesa Notte full-skirted crimson dress, the Duchess was all smiles at the opening of the 42nd Street in 2017. Her ensemble was paired with red pumps, sued Mulberry clutch, and Kate Spade tassel drop earrings.
The Duchess made a stunning entrance at the Premiere of "A Street Cat Named Bob" in London in 2016 wearing a white, floor-length gown with a thigh-high slit by Self Portrait. She completed this look with Gianvito Rossi wine colored pumps, Oscar de la Renta earrings, and a Mulberry clutch.
Kate recycled her Roland Mouret ivory dress with thigh-high slit at the Premiere of Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom in 2013. With a low ponytail, she completed this look with a Zara necklace worth $35, black pumps and a black clutch.
For the Premiere of Spectre on October 2015, Kate picked a splendid gray chiffon Jenny Packham evening gown with sheer draped sleeves, a sparkling belt, and a semi-open back. This flowy dress was accessorized with a pair of diamond earrings, a glitzy clutch, and metallic pumps.
For her visit to North Wales with Prince William in 2015, Kate opted for a gray Reiss coat which she had sported on several occasions previously. With a combination of a black turtleneck, black jeans, and Aquatalia knee-high suede boots, The Duchess kept her look minimal yet tasteful.
The Duchess chose to wear a sunny Jenny Packham midi with white piping and boxed pleats while visiting the German Cancer Research Centre in Heidelberg, Germany in 2017. Her dress was coupled with a pair of Fleur Espadrille Wedges in Taupe by Monsoon and Pearl Star Button earrings by Oscar de la Renta.
When it comes to pulling a look together, Duchess Catherine has always donned some of the prettiest styles. From royal visits to movie premiers, here are 20 best looks of the Duchess of Cambridge.