The Duchess bagged a place on the magazine's prestigious International Best-Dressed list
With 2011 fast becoming a whirlwind of official visits, social engagements and royal weddings, the Duchess of Cambridge has been wowing us with her spot-on styling, sailing through a long line of events without putting a sartorial foot wrong.
And now Kate’s efforts have earned her a place in Vanity Fair’s prestigious International Best-Dressed list.
The magazine released a sneak preview of this year’s lucky line-up earlier this week, and the former Miss Middleton topped the lot, with the title crediting her ‘fashion successes’ and ability to ‘captivate the world with her signature mix of high and low fashion.’
And we must say, we agree.
Kate sits alongside French premiere’s wife Carla Bruni-Sarkozy on the list, as well as the newly married Princess Charlene of Monaco and Brit beauties Tilda Swinton and Carey Mulligan.
Earlier this year, the Duchess earned serious style credit for showcasing a mix of up-and-coming designers and high street pieces during her two-week tour of Canada and North America.
She’s also a firm believer in recycling old outfits and has been spotted in the same chic ensembles on many an occasion.
Definitely a girl after our own hearts…