Kate Middleton’s Most Iconic Dress Moments Ever


Kate Middleton at a London reception in November 2011. Getty Images

House of Harlow 1960 Karlina Midi Dress

$178

Revolve

Dress the Population Thalia One-Shoulder Floral Lace Dress

$268

Nordstrom

Purple Passion

We’d very much like to see Middleton bring some of these bright tones back into the mix when events one day get back to normal. (This dress is by Prabal Gurung, a designer it would be great to see her in again too.) 

Prince William and Kate Middleton in Singapore in September 2012. Samir Hussein/Getty Images

Tanya Taylor Zora Dress

$495

Tanya Taylor

Rotate Birger Christensen Clair Dress

$310$77

Bergdorf Goodman

Lightly Layered

Yes, the Duchess of Cambridge also had two wedding dresses—this one, complete with a fuzzy cardi for the reception. Now all we want are some cropped furry knits of our very own, in any color, to throw over our dresses, both casual and formal. 

Kate Middleton and Duchess Camilla head to Kate and William’s evening wedding reception in April 2011. John Stillwell/Getty Images

Naadam Cashmere Cardigan

$145$99

Naadam

The Cloud Cable Cardigan

$148

Everlane

Red Carpet Royalty

Middleton looked every bit the movie star during an event during her and William’s 2011 trip to the US. Hopefully, they’ll be back again soon to visit Harry and Meghan. You know, once the world goes vaguely back to normal. 

Kate Middleton arrives at an event in Los Angeles in July 2011. Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images

Ulla Johnson Freesia Gown

$925$370

Shopbop

True Decadence Premium Lace Yoke Maxi Dress

$238$71

ASOS

Pretty in Pink

We may never be able to perfect Middleton’s bouncy blowout (not for lack of trying!) but we can find some dress options in this gorgeous blush shade. 

Kate Middleton arrives at a gala dinner in June 2011. Samir Hussein/Getty Images

Frock & Frill Sequin Tulle Maxi Dress

$332$85

ASOS

Self-Portrait Lace Midi Dress

$520

Net-a-Porter

The Dress

For as long as she lives, no dress Kate Middleton wears will ever be as famous as the custom Alexander McQueen gown she wore on her wedding day in 2011. It launched a full-on bridal trend that lives on today—and made us fall in love with lace sleeves. 

Prince William and Kate Middleton on their wedding day in April 2011. Chris Jackson/Getty Images

Bronx and Banco Medeleine Dress

$460

Revolve

Express Sheer Lace Crew Neck Top

$69$49

Express



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