Meghan Markle's future sister-in-law paired her pretty Kate Spade pleated shirt-dress with burgundy Gianvito Rossi heels and a Mulberry Bayswater clutch.
The Duchess looked dazzling in a loose-fitting coat and black Russell & Bromley knee-high boots. She broke up the all-black ensemble with a cream collar and detailing on the sleeves.
While pregnant with baby No. 3, the Duchess of Cambridge wore a black silk velvet Catherine Walker & Co Caressa jacket to the annual Royal Festival of Remembrance in November 2017.
The duchess wears a sky blue double-breasted Philosophy Di Lorenzo Serafini blazer—a style she has worn before, paired with a pair of black pants, black suede booties with chunky heels and Kiki McDonough laurel leaf earrings at the 2017 Coach Core apprentices' graduation ceremony in London.
Kate is radiant in an embossed floral Orly Kiely tea dress at the Charities Forum Event in Paddington Station.
The Duchess debuts her baby-bump in blue lace and black velvet accented Temperley dress.
Kate's seafoam green lace frock by Temperley London made us green with envy.
The Duchess stayed cool and comfy in a red patterned maxi dress by Glamorous while in New Delhi.
She blue us away! The Duchess looks gorgeous in a royal blue Jenny Packham dress with silver beading.
Kate is classic in this cream colored Emilia Wickstead midi dress while visiting India Gate in New Delhi.
Kate looks effortless in the black and white top and skirt by Temperley London during her trip to India.
We love the combination of textures in Kate's sheer blouse and herringbone skirt, all from high street brand Reiss.
Kate definitely has a soft spot for this classic LK Bennett red coat.
Recycling strong blue Rebecca Taylor separates kept the focus on the Duchess' important message.
The Duchess' Michael Kors suit is the perfect look for a somber service commemorating the Gallipoli Campaign.
Kate keeps in the Christmas spirit in one of her favorite Alexander McQueen frocks.
Hmmm...that dress looks familiar!
The Duchess switches up her usual designer rotation with a fresh cobalt frock by Saloni.
At the annual Remembrance Sunday Service, Kate chooses a velvet-patched Alexander McQueen coat to go along with her commemorative red poppy pin.
Leave it to Kate to upgrade the LBD from basic to brilliant with this lovely lace Dolce & Gabbana number.
The Duchess of Cambridge dons a sleeveless Erdem silk floral number to attend the 100 Women in Hedge Funds.
Does this outfit look familiar? Well, that's because Kate's worn this gray Orla Kiely number before, but she's just as stunning as ever.
For the Spectre premiere, the mama selects and elegant draped Jenny Packham gown in a soft powder blue shade.
At the BAFTA charity screening of Shaun the Sheep, Kate whips up another resplendent look with the help of this space-print Tabitha Webb frock.