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22 Photos That Show What Kate Middleton Used to Wear Before She Became a Duchess

Two words: Spaghetti straps.
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Before 2011 Catherine, the Duchess of Cambridge was simply known as Kate Middleton and she didn't have any tiaras or rules about skirt lengths in her life.

While we're all over the Duchess' modern-day color-blocking talents and elegant take on classic style, before she was Duchess, Kate wore things like sparkly leopard print and spaghetti straps. Yes, really.

Before her graduation, 2005

At her University graduation, 2005

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At a wedding, 2005

At the Festival of British Eventing, 2005

Christmas shopping, 2005

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At the Cheltenham Festival, 2006

At a wedding, 2006

At a Wimbledon party, 2006

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At the polo, 2006

At a royal parade, 2006

At a store opening party, 2007

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Out and about, 2007

Out for a walk, 2007

At the Cheltenham festival, 2007

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Out and about, 2007

At the Cheltenham races, 2007

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Out and about, 2008

At a roller disco, 2008

At a wedding, 2008

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At the polo, 2008

At a party, 2008

From: Harper's BAZAAR

This story originally appeared on Townandcountrymag.com.
* Minor edits have been made by the Townandcountry.ph editors.

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