Catherine Duchess of Cambridge arriving at Ascot. Photo @Cambridge Royal Family
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It’s no secret we love the style of Catherine Duchess of Cambridge, and her fashion sense keeps getting better with every public appearance. Last weeks, Kate Middleton had a busy schedule, and she wore the chicest outfits for each event.
The mother of three looked stunning on Day One of Royal Ascot and was by far the most elegant among all the chic horse race-goers.
She wore a sheer cornflower blue lace dress with a pussy-bow at the neck over a slip dress by Elie Saab and a matching Philip Treacy hat ( who else?) with huge flowers coming from under the brim. The dress with sheer long sleeves balanced to perfection modesty and sexiness and is a custom version of a dress from Saab’s Resort 2019 collection. Her hair was pulled up in a sleek side bun showing the beautiful back of the dress.
For the Order of the Garter Ceremony, the oldest and most senior Order of Chivalry in Britain, the Duchess of Cambridge wore an elegant white collared coat dress with black pipping by one of her favourite designers, the French-born London-based Catherine Walker, who famously supplied more than 1.000 outfits for Princess Diana, Kate’s mother-in-law. She finished her look with a black Lock and Co. hat and pumps.
Her white outfit was perfect for the ceremony that took place at Windsor Castle during the morning and was followed by lunch. Queen Maxima of Netherlands and Queen Letizia of Spain were also present since their husbands were invested as Stranger Knights of the Garter that day. The Spanish Queen and the Duchess of Cambridge arrived together in the same carriage wearing the same colours. Although elegant, Queen Leticia looked a bit too severe in a white dress with black dots and an oversized headband that is a big trend this year, embellished with black feathers and a veil, all by the Spanish label Cherubina, from Sevilla. Kate Middleton’s coat dress reminded us of a white skirt suit with navy pipping Princess Diana wore in 1995 to the celebration of the 50th anniversary of VJ Day.
The Duchess of Cambridge, who is the patron of Action on Addiction, wore a sleek white off-shoulder dress by Barbara Casasola and silver Jimmy Choo pumps to the first annual gala dinner in recognition of Addiction Awareness Week.
This is the second time that she wears this dress by the London-based Brazilian designer who is known for her super chic and minimalist designs and has been called by Vogue Italia as one of the most talented fashion designers of the moment.
When it comes to style, the future British Queen has shown us that she is already the Queen of chic. Princess Diana would have been proud of her daughter-in-law.