Tuesday, July 5, 2011


While Kate Middleton is headed towards Southern California, we can all recap her fashion choices during her tour in Canada. She seemed very appropriately dressed in every occasion, looking well put together and showing off her signature look wearing cinched waist dresses at the knee. Kate had 9 wardrobe changes in just a few days there! Let's recap:

On Canada Day, she wore a ruffled white Reiss dress with a Sarah Fletcher maple leaf fascinator, Anya Hirchmand fan clutch, and red pumps.

She wore Montreal based designer Erdem twice in two lace-embellished looks. One was a royal blue dress with lace sleeve details landing in Quebec and the other was a full on lace dress landing in Montreal. Both looks were paired with nude L.K. Bennett pumps and matching clutch.

To visit the Canadian War Museum, Kate opted for a gray Catherine Walker dress with Peter Pan collar, Tabitha Simmons lizard pumps, and matching clutch.

During a visit to Charlottetown, she wore a sailor inspired white and navy Alexander McQueen dress with Prada pumps and hair tied back.

From Fort Levi in Quebec City to Prince Edward Island, Kate wore an off-white Joseph dress with a cropped jacket and nude pumps.

While boarding a Canada bound private yet, she wore a navy blue Roland Mouret dress with matching Smythe jacket.

For a meet and greet in Canadian youth, Kate donned a black printed Issa dress.

At a Canada Day celebration, she looked stunning in this purple Issa dress showcasing her small waist.

At a rodeo in Calvary, Kate and Will both brought their best cowboy gear. Kate donned a Western-style Temperley London blouse with jeans and a white cowboy hat.

On her last day in Canada, Kate wears a buttercup yellow dress by British designer Jenny Packham along with her nude pumps and matching clutch.

Kate Middleton is the epitome of a true princess. Not only does she have the demeanor, but she dresses the part very well. She looks amazing in absolutely everything and knows what definitely fits her style along with looking royally fit.

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