Kate Middleton's Greatest Style Moments

These looks will stand the test of time.

November 4, 2016: The Duchess wears a powder blue Mulberry coat, black turtleneck, and a tweed Dolce & Gabbana skirt while visiting The Nelson Trust Women's Centre in Gloucestershire.


November 3, 2016: While attending a film premiere in London, the Duchess wore a stunning white gown by designer Self-Portrait, complete with a crochet bodice, poppy pin, and thigh-high side slit.

September 27, 2016: Duchess Kate wore a green Dolce & Gabbana dress while visiting Kelowna, British Columbia.

September 25, 2016: The Duke and Duchess arrived in Vancouver, British Columbia by seaplane and greeted the crowd. Duchess Kate wore an Alexander McQueen dress with matching red pumps and a clutch.

June 22, 2016: Kate wore her blush Jenny Packham gown for the gala dinner supporting EACH.

June 9, 2016: The Duchess looked stunning in a new gown by Roland Mouret for the Sports Aid gala at Kensington Palace.

April 14, 2016: Wearing a locally woven skirt and an embroidered belted cape by French label Paul and Joe.

April 6, 2016: The Duchess of Cambridge attended a reception ahead of their tour of India and Bhutan at Kensington Palace in a navy high-collared and polka dot ensemble.

March 14, 2016: Kate attends the Commonwealth Observance Day Service at Westminster Abbey in all grey complete with suede pumps and a felt hat.

February 17, 2016: Wearing a Reiss chiffon blouse and black-and-white tweed skirt while guest editing The Huffington Post.

For more of Kate Middleton's stylish looks, click on the gallery below.

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