Kate Middleton is the daughter of an air traffic controller without a title of nobility. At the beginning of her life, she would make some mistakes in fashion and the media didn’t forgive a single of her mishaps. Her photo session for Vogue in the country style was criticized heavily. But over time, Kate got that gloss, and now she looks truly royal-like, both in an evening or in a summer dress.
We at Bright Side looked carefully at Kate’s looks from their Caribbean tour — from sporty shorts to the amazing “Cinderella” dress.
The shimmering bright-pink dress of Kate Middleton by Vampire’s Wife became one of the most discussable outfits during the Caribbean tour of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge. The look was enhanced with a clutch with ethnic patterns and silver sandals. The media called this look Hollywood-like.
Also, the outfit caused a true stir and debates among the royals’ fans. “As always, SHE wears the dress, the dress does not wear her…if you know what I mean,” Kate’s fans wrote. “She looks sensational but also a little snazzy,” shared their opinion the ones who didn’t quite like the look.
The Cinderella-esque dress
Kate donned this dress for one of the evening events. The masterpiece by Phillipa Lepley fit the Duchess perfectly, while the blue color created a nice contrast with Kate’s tanned skin. The tie-up patterns on the shoulders made the overall look even more interesting.
Journalists compared this dress with the Cinderella-esque gown. “She looks real, unlike all those movie actresses,” Kate’s fans wrote.
Kate is also famous for wearing the same clothes several times, mixing them with something new. She had been wearing this red blazer in her student years, and she perfectly combined it with white pants and white and golden summer shoes now.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visited a farm growing cocoa beans. Here we can see the wife of Prince William donning a comfortable summer dress. This is a blue floral dress by Tory Burch with a multi-tiered midi skirt, short sleeves, and a smocked neckline. By the way, Kate’s fans have already bought up this dress in the stores.
Kate complemented her tropical look with blue ethnic-style earrings. Did you pay attention to her summer shoes? They are made from recycled materials.
The Duchess is known for supporting the protection of the environment. By the way, shoes with open toes can rarely be seen on the members of the royal family. All in all, Kate looked quite informal that day.
Here is another pair of half-moon ethno-style earrings that draw all the attention. The look is fresh, lively, and even a bit playful.
Brave and sportive
This photo shows the event when the royal couple took part in a sailing regatta in the Bahamas. It’s the second time within more than 10 years that the Duchess donned shorts in public. We can’t help but admire Kate’s perfect fit.
This look turned out to be very tender. It was raining as if on purpose, having given a chance to photographers to take stunning shots. The mint-green pleated dress by Self-Portrait was complemented with white classic shoes.
In the style of the ’80s
Here, the Duchess is donning a yellow dress with a print by Alessandra Rich. The outfit is inspired by the ’80s — the dress is decorated with a flatting hip peplum, puff sleeves, and a ladylike midi-length pencil skirt. The waist is enhanced with a belt, decorated with gems.
On the last day in Jamaica, Kate was wearing a white lace dress with a square-shaped neckline by Alexander McQueen. The monochrome look was complemented with shoes and a hat. It seems her image here resembles that of a young Queen Elizabeth.
Which of Kate Middleton’s looks did you like most of all?