Just call her the Duchess of Chic.
Kate Middleton has been cruising through her trip to Canada with Prince William looking elegant and gorgeous at nearly every stop.
Let's check out Her Royal Highness' regal stylishness so far, shall we?
On Canada Day, Kate rocked a ruffled white Reiss dress topped with a too-cute Sarah Fletcher maple leaf fascinator, Anya Hirchmand fan clutch and red pumps. She also wore two lace-embellished looks by Montreal-based designer Erdem paired with nude L.K. Bennett pumps and matching clutch (landing in Quebec on the left and Ottawa on the right).
For a visit to the Canadian War Museum, the future queen chose a gray Catherine Walker number with Peter Pan collar, Tabitha Simmons lizard pumps and matching clutch, and then switched things up in a mumsy, sailor-esque white-and-navy Alexander McQueen with Prada pumps and a ponytail during a visit to Charlottetown. Oops!
From Fort Levi in Quebec City to Prince Edward Island, Kate donned an off-white Joseph dress with chic cropped jacket and nude pumps. She was all business in navy blue (Roland Mouret dress and Smythe jacket) while boarding her Canada-bound private plane, but casual in printed Issa for a meet and greet with Canadian youth.
And finally, the new bride wore a purple Issa dress at a Canada Day celebration that's befitting of her royal status.
So which ensemble is your favorite—or do these looks leave you wanting more from Kate? Weigh in below!