This stunning Alexander McQueen wedding dress is what made us fall in love with Kate’s style in the first place. Who knew lace long sleeves would come back in style?
In their first public appearance after the wedding, Kate wowed us all with this shimmery blush-colored Jenny Packham gown. Love the sheer fabric sleeves!
The detail on the coat is stunning, but what about that hat? Nothing accessorizes an outfit quite like a big, extravagant British hat.
In June, Kate dressed the part while attending a military event with her hubby. Another Alexander McQueen creation (noticing a trend?), this sophisticated double-breasted dress perfectly complements yet another great hat.
Kate doesn’t wear a lot of bright colors, but when she does, she wears them well. This regal purple dress, which she wore in July, proves she can pull off sophisticated-sexy.
During her trip to North America last summer, Kate showed Canada some love by pairing her white engagement dress with a stunningly red maple leaf hat and diamond leaf brooch.
Cowboy hats are rarely classified as stylish, but Kate made them look cool with a classy white lace top and a chunky (yet not tacky) belt buckle.
At a polo match in the United States, Kate channeled summer with this soft floral silk dress.
Kate looked picture-perfect at the War Horse premier in January. This elegant floor-length lace dress just screams princess!
During an outing with the Queen and the Duchess of Cornwall in March, Kate opted for a blue Missoni coat and grey suede heels. The yellow daffodils added a nice pop of color.
Always on trend, Kate wears this navy blue dress and peplum jacket while supporting the Queen on her Diamond Jubilee tour. The Queen—decked out in hot pink—doesn’t look too bad herself!
Despite its dark grey color, this dress looks perfectly feminine with its fitted top, subtle bow, and flowy skirt.