Duchess of Cambridge fashion

Royal fever is in full effect and showing no signs of slowing down.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge thrilled thousands upon thousands of people who couldn’t wait to catch a glimpse of the famed couple.

Their North American tour was one of the most anticipated events in recent years. If you were among the lucky ones, you got to see how charming, humble, and loving they really are.

Catherine Middleton took on the challenge as the world studied her every move. She was the definition of poise and class as she greeted her audience.

She solidified her status as fashion royalty when she wore that legendary Alexander McQueen gown at her wedding. Months later, she continues to charm us all.

For her Canadian debut, the Duchess wore a stunning dress by Montreal-born designer Erdem.

For her stop in Calgary, Alberta, Kate showed off her rodeo look at the Stampede. Blouse by Alice by Temperley and jeans by Goldsign. A refreshing change from her usual formal attire.

Kate delighted the crowd in Ottawa by wearing this lovely red hat by Sylvia Fletcher for Lock & Co. The much-discussed hat featured Canada-appropriate red leaves attached.

While Hollywood is no stranger to celebs and enthusiastic fans, the royal appearance has the stars themselves gazing in awe. Besides mingling with the likes of Jennifer Lopez and Reese Witherspoon, she stepped out in this stunning Alexander McQueen dress with Jimmy Choo heels and clutch at the BAFTA Gala in LA.

We have yet to really see Catherine’s impact on the world at large (fashion included). But if this tour was any indication, the world is waiting with baited breath to see what else is in store.

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2 Responses to Duchess of Cambridge fashion

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