As Summer edges closer, we’re more tempted than ever to steal the Duchess of Cambridge’s classy, regal style!
Whether she’s wearing printed Gap pants, or walking the steps of Westminster Abbey in a Sarah Burton for Alexander McQueen wedding dress, Kate Middleton has the most chic and sophisticated style.
Read on to get inspired by Kate’s flair for fashion!
Known for wearing not only designer pieces, but also clothing items from Zara and other affordable boutiques, the Duchess of Cambridge is always dressed to a T.
Classy, elegant, and completely stylish, we want Kate Middleton’s closet this summer, and we want it NOW!
1. Radiant In Rose
This Kate Spade New York Encore Rose dress will be your work staple all summer long. Throw on a pair of our Jimmy Choo Hesper Silver Mirror sandals to take this daytime look to night – perfect for a chic terrace dinner!
2. Wonderful In White
It may look like evening wear, but dress down this pleated crochet floral Self-Portrait maxi dress with gladiator sandals and a colorful and refined Chloe Drew bag, making it ideal for those Saturday strolls.
3. Playful In Prints
Every once in a while, the season of Sun will give us a day or two of rain and clouds. Don’t veer off-season, and stay flashy with these patterned Gap pants, a colorful blazer and some espadrille wedges.
4. From Blue To Cream
The flirtatious and voluminous skirts are back!
Pair yours with a matching solid-colored top for work or play! This style goes great with our Christian Louboutin Vavale Sandals for a chic, summery look.
5. Elegant in Evening Wear
It really wouldn’t be summer without floral – no matter the hue. Pair this flowery Erdem dress with our Christian Louboutin So Kate black stilettos for a glamorous event this summer!
Unfortunately, Kate’s luscious locks, one-of-a-kind sapphire and diamond engagement ring, and stunning smile are slightly out of reach for we commoners… but you can still emulate her confidence and sense of fashion!
What’s your favorite Kate Middleton look?
Moving to London ASAP,
Featured Image via Marieclaire.co.uk