Kate Middleton wowed in not one, not two, but three fabulous frocks during the Diamond Jubilee celebrations
Kate Middleton scored a series of style hits over the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee weekend, trotting out not one, not two, but three fabulous frocks.
While we have been (very) excited about the Jubilee celebrations, we’re not ashamed to admit one of the things we were most looking forward to was Kate Middleton’s style choices.
And, as usual, the fashion fabulous Duchess of Cambridge did not disappoint.
The dress, from the label’s Pre-Fall 2011 collection, comes with an eye-watering £1,195 price tag, but had reportedly sold out online by the end of the day.
While some said Kate’s red hot number, topped off with a matching Lock and Co. hat, a tartan scarf (in case it got too breezy) and her favourite nude L.K. Bennett Sledge nude heels, was a little too attention grabbing for the Queen’s big day, we thought she got her styling spot on for the occasion.
For her evening out, the Duchess choice a pretty, £150 silk 3/4-sleeved Bella dress from fashion emporium Whistles (last season’s no less) which she teamed with a cosy Alexander McQueen blazer.
Saving what was, arguably, her best look until last, on Tuesday, Kate opted for a delicate blush lace Alexander McQueen dress for the Service of Thanksgiving and Jubilee procession.
The delicate, custom-made creation, complete with ribbon sash and beautiful boat neckline emphasised Kate’s tiny waist, while her Jane Taylor-designed hat and pretty Prada clutch set off the look to perfection.
So there you have it: one stylish Duchess in three gorgeous Diamond Jubilee dresses – but which look do YOU think was best?
What did you think of Kate Middleton’s Jubilee weekend style? Which dress did you love best? Let us know in the comments box below…