5 Bloggers Who Have Had Kate Middleton Moments

The Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton, has undoubtedly been one of the most-watched fashion icons since her big royal wedding to Prince William, and most especially after giving birth to the latest addition to the royal family, George Alexander Louis. So far, Kate hasn’t had one red carpet mishap, which explains why a Kate-mania has been taking over wardrobes everywhere across the globe.

Here are 5 fashion bloggers who pulled a Kate Middleton:

1. Tienlyn of Say Hello Max

Tienlyn of Say Hello Max

Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, is noticeably a fan of white dress, especially ones with high necklines and flowy skirts (Google “white dresses Kate Middleton” if you’re not convinced). This beautiful waffle-textured fit-and-flare goes right into her repertoire of white royal dresses, with the texture making the dress stand out without altering the silhouette one bit. Pair it with gold-heeled sandals for a sophisticated casual daytime look.

Shop her look:

Closet Topshop ASOS Closet Waffle Jersey Fit-and-Flare Dress, $31.76 (before: $81.58) / Topshop Belgravia Metal-Heel Sandals by Kurt Geiger, £95 (before: £240) / ASOS Ball Cuff Bracelet, £8

2. Maria of Crimenes de la Moda

Maria of Crimenes de la Moda

Another one of Kate Middleton’s signature looks is the floral print. Combine a gorgeous print with a long-sleeved fit-and-flare, and you have a trusty throw-and-go dress to use on last-minute dressing decisions. If royalty is a bit too huffy for you, slip your feet into a fun pair of pumps with transparent heels and grab a glitter clutch to go with it.

Shop her look:

Sheinside Jeffrey Campbell Natasha Couture Sheinside Black Long-Sleeve Floral-Pleated Dress, $67.21 / Jeffrey Campbell Soiree Heels in Black$122 / Natasha Couture Glitter Clutch, $68

3. Nicoleta of Reinvent Yourself

Nicoleta of Reinvent Yourself

Kate doesn’t usually wear lace dresses on casual days, but it’s been a go-to of hers for big red carpet moments. To veer away a bit from tradition, pair a green lace dress with yellow pointed-toe bow pumps and a studded shoulder bag. This puts fun into an otherwise formal-looking outfit.

Shop her look:

Sheinside Bottega Veneta Valentino Sheinside Green Round-Neck Scallop Overlay Lace Dress, $33.61 / Bottega Veneta Bow Stiletto Pumps, $331.48 (before: $662.96) / Valentino Va-Va-Voom Mini Fluorescent Shoulder Bag, $2,345

4. Veronica of Bittersweet Colors

Veronica of Bittersweet Colors

Gray is another dominant color in Kate’s wardrobe, usually manifesting in the form of shift and coat dresses. The Duchess has yet to wear any of them with pink suede pumps, however, preferring her collection of trusty ol’ gray, white, and black pumps instead.

Shop her look:

Warehouse Alexander Wng Pierre Hardy Gianvito Rossi Warehouse Gray Belted Faux Fur Coat, £50 (before: £95) / Alexander Wang Panel Shift Dress, $300.80 (before: $501.33) / Pierre Hardy Color-Block Calf Hair and Leather Bag in Quadri Taupe, $750 / Gianvito Rossi Suede Pumps, $621

5. Natalie of Nataliastyle

Natalie of Nataliastyle

One of Kate Middleton’s most iconic looks to date would probably be the blue wrap dress that she wore to her engagement announcement to the dashing Prince William three years ago. The Issa wrap dress is no longer avaailable online, but we have an electric blue alternative from the amazing Diane von Furstenberg to take its place.

Shop her look:

Diane Von Furstenberg Zooshoo Dorothy Perkins Diane von Furstenberg New Julian Jersey Wrap Dress, £182 (before: £260) / Zooshoo Extra Extra Clutch, $28 (before: $40) / Dorothy Perkins Nude High Platform Peep Toes, £30

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