This pleated blue number is eye-catching in all the right ways.
This picnic-inspired look certainly sets the tone for a fun, leisurely day.
A Peter Pan collar dress and a proper hat isn't a combo you see every day.
A little lace appliqué is always a good idea.
This outback look is a departure from Kate's typical outfit choices.
The new mom looked precious in her crisp white outfit.
This day-date look is perfect for sightseeing with the hubby.
The sequin ombrè effect on this gown is perfect.
A light pink dress paired with flats feels youthful and girly.
Something about this all-red look just feels royal.
This fitted dress is sexy but still subtle (just like Kate's style).
It's not hard to look prim and proper when you're wearing this matching set.
A pastel dress feels festive for Easter or any other special occasion.
A tailored pantsuit is a smart choice (rain or shine).
A bright patterned skirt is one way to jazz up a basic white blouse.
This dressed-up look is not your average Sunday attire.
A pink checked dress is a sweet choice for an important meeting.
This black and white number is meant to be classy and understated.
This embroidered number feels special, like the one-of-a-kind woman wearing it.
A navy blue head-to-toe look is without a doubt one fit for royalty.
In July 2017, for the 100th Anniversary of Passchendaele, Kate wore the same white Alexander McQueen dress she did for Princess Charlotte's christening in 2015, and we're so glad she did.
The new mom looked proper in her old-fashion getup.
For an evening affair, this baby blue dress is a sweet and sultry choice.
The classic coat and tights combo is the chicest way to ward off the cold like a royal.