Prince William’s wife Kate Middleton can wear almost any outfit with grace and style. She has been spotted in almost all types of outfits, ranging from royal hats to wrap dresses.
Irrespective of what she wears, she always looks her best and has never ever had a fashion disaster. She has fashion statements to suit every occasion, including visits to Islamic nations. Recently, when she visited a Muslim country, she wore a Beulah London outfit with a head covering and paired the outfit with Bennett pumps, which she did not fail to remove when she visited a mosque.
In brief, she is the number one source of inspiration for zillions of fashion buffs, who have freely copied her style. Here are some great excerpts from Kate’s fashion and style diary.
The duchess seems extraordinarily fond of a Day Birger et Mikkelsen brocade coat, which she wore for three weddings, including the wedding of Mike Tindall, captain of the English rugby team, with Zara Phillips. On July 31 this year, she wore a grey shift, created by Roksanda Ilincic, a Serbian fashion designer, for an event held in the London Royal Academy of Arts. She wore this item for the first time when she visited Los Angeles last year and looked stunning. She looked her aristocratic best when she appeared in a flowing lavender gown, created by Sarah Burton, at Los Angeles to attend the British Academy of Film and Television Arts Brits to Watch event. Prince William, who accompanied her, wore a tuxedo. Princess Kate wore a flowing floral dress, created by Jenny Packham, and paired it with strappy-heeled footwear, created by L. K. Bennett when she accompanied her prince to the Santa Barbara Racquet and Polo Club.
So far, no fashion editor has accused Kate Middleton of going wrong with her fashion statements.