HomeOutfits By Style TypesClassy ChicKate Middleton’s Most Stylish Looks Kate Middleton, Duchess of Cambridge – she literally married a real prince, and we all thought that only happened in the movies. But why do you think Prince William fell for this simple commoner, you ask? Well, she’s graceful, elegant, lovely, and intelligent and all the other positive adjectives we could ever think of. Most of all, she is loved by so many because of her royal duties, humanitarian causes and of course, her royal wardrobe. We’ve seen her support from independent British designers to big European designers throughout her entire royal existence. Let’s check out her most iconic looks below. Kate wore a dark navy coat with matching heels and hat during the Service of Commemoration for the troops who were stationed in Afghanistan at St. Paul’s Cathedral in London. She was pregnant that time. Who would have thought animal-print would look great on a person? We sometimes believe those are tacky and so overused but this Dalmatian Hobbs dress is just exquisite on the Duchess of Cambridge. Elegant in a cream Roland Mouret dress with Zara necklace, Kate attended the London premiere of “Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom”. The Duchess of Cambridge wore a cream coat with white collar mixed with black tights, clutch and shoes while visiting the offices in Child Bereavement UK in Buckinghamshire. We’re not so sure why she looked startled in this photo; still, she looks radiant and glowing in this powder blue cocktail dress by Emilia Wickstead. This dress is said to be the first maternity dress Kate wore. As a former student of St. Andrews, it’s pretty expected that the Duchess should attend a fundraising event held at her former university. Kate looks stunning in this lace overlay gown with a red bow clutch and gemstone-embellished poppy. Many have noticed that this dress was recycled; she first wore this at the 2012 red carpet premier of Spielberg’s movie, War Horse. A pretty spring dress by Prabal Gurung (Singaporean designer based in NYC) from the 2012 spring/summer collection, Kate isn’t afraid of wearing old seasons creations. Also, she isn’t afraid of recycling dresses. Kate wore this pretty shift dress at the welcoming ceremony during the royal tour of Singapore. This dress is one of the first printed dresses she ever wore, breaking free from her solid-colored dresses. Gorgeous Alexander McQueen velvet fishtail gown, which is custom-made, Kate walked the red carpet with Prince Harry to support Britain’s servicemen and servicewomen during The Sun Military Awards in 2011. Duchess of Cambridge wore this £70 Zara printed dress paired with a Ralph Lauren jacket which she wore the day after her wedding for The Prince’s Trust Concert. This Princess dress which shows how glamorous and regal Kate is — £1000+ Grecian gown by Jenny Packham – which she wore at The National Memorial Arboretum Appeal dinner. Kate wore this during the royal tour of Canada, with a tree-planting activity during that time that didn’t scare her or her cream dress and heels. Lastly, let’s not forget about this Sarah Burton for Alexander McQueen lace appliqué-bodice gown with a 2 meter, 70 centimeter train she wore to her own wedding. Her Cartier tiara was borrowed from the queen and her earrings were gifted by her parents. This dress is certainly fit for a princess.