The Princess of Wales has long been identified for reworking her trendy ensembles.
But it seems the royal, 41, likes to repeat safe cuts and styles when it comes to her lookbook.
It seems that once Kate Middleton knows what she likes, she sticks to it.
The mother-of-three was spotted this week in a polka-dot print dress by Alessandra Rich of Order of the Garter, which is almost identical to her 2022 Ascot ensemble by the same designer.
Elsewhere this month, Kate opted for a self-portrait model at the (fitting) opening of the National Portrait Gallery on Tuesday.
Dot princess! The mum-of-three was spotted this week wearing a polka dot print dress by Alessandra Rich of Order of the Garter
Beautiful in white! Elsewhere this month, Kate opted for a self-portrait model as she (appropriately) reopened the National Portrait Gallery on Tuesday (left). And she’s clearly a fan of the company, as in 2021 (appropriately) she wore a heavily linked £400 white dress from the store.
She’s a fan! Kate wore similar trendy self-portrait silhouettes that were bigger than just now
The royals looked resplendent as the universal blazer and skirt outfit was used throughout, embellished with ivory fabric material and embellished elements on the pockets.
And she’s clearly a fan of the company, as she wore a heavily linked £400 white dress from the retailer in 2021.
Repli-Kate also recently made a hit again when it became one of her favorite wardrobe staples: the blazer.
The princess is a fan of relaxed silhouettes in trend-setting shades such as black, white and purple.
When she attended university in Derby in February, she wore a £69.99 double-breasted Zara cream.
And for the latest summer season, she kept her look stylish with a really relevant £50 blazer from the high street.
Speaking to FEMAIL, fashion insider Lisa Talbot says the princess’s “style persona” has evolved into an aesthetic that usually highlights her athletic determination.
“Her look, while it has evolved over the years, has largely stayed the same and is similar to the silhouettes she chooses,” Lisa mentioned.
Beauty in a blazer! She wore a £69.99 Zara cream (left) when she attended a college in Derby in February. And for the latest summer season, she kept her look stylish with a really relevant £50 blazer from the high street (right)
“(Kate) clearly prefers to be more structured and complement her body shape.”
She added: “We all have a style personality that we naturally gravitate towards, and it shows in the styles, shapes, colors and brands we choose.
“They are the ones that give us confidence, and that’s why we repeat them often.”
She says the Princess of Wales exudes class and glamor in her ensemble.
“Kate is really a classic style persona where we see her in more traditional heritage styles and prints,” explains Lisa.
This is her signature fashion that she has created. Also, we see that her fashion may be her private model.
Scarlet fashion! In the past 12 months, she’s shown off her fashion prowess in another £59.99 purple Zara blazer and frilled white shirt while visiting Copenhagen, Denmark.
Classic silhouette: The Duchess of Cambridge looked dainty in a £1,495 Alessandra Rich dress as she attended Prince Philip’s memorial service in March 2022.
Kate Middleton, 38, paid tribute to her late mother-in-law Princess Diana when she visited the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Norfolk yesterday, days after her birthday.
Kate surprised royal followers with her trendy cream and black Alessandra Rich £540 strappy heels, which she wore last 12 months, to attend a memorial event to mark the fifth anniversary of the Grenfell Tower hearth in London.
The royal clearly has a penchant for certain cuts and shades.
Kate is said to be enjoying a splash of color with a hard-wearing scarlet, especially the slim-fit jackets.
In 2016, Kate wore a £49.99 Zara jumper to the Queen’s birthday celebrations, oozing glamor and confidence in what would become one of her signature colours.
But the silhouettes became sharper and less relaxed.
In 2019, the royals stepped out in a £762 Lorenzo Serafini purple wool jacket for a trip to Anglesey.
And three years later, she proved her fashion prowess as she stepped out in Copenhagen, Denmark in another £59.99 purple Zara blazer and white ruffled shirt.
Another signature shade in her wardrobe is – perhaps unsurprisingly – bright royal blue.
And the rugged, bold hue usually calls for a really subtle blazer-style bottom.
An example of this is her exclusive Catherine Walker coat dress, which Kate wore to the Commonwealth Day service at Westminster Abbey last 12 months.
It rings a similar bell to her Eponine gown, which she reportedly debuted during an engagement in 2017.
The princess also clearly prefers polka dots – she gave the design final approval on Monday with the Order of the Garter.
But Kate’s love affair with the motif goes back years: she opted for a breezy light blue printed dress to introduce Prince George to the world in July 2013 in a look that new mums across the country have been copying.
She has also worn the points in various events at Wimbledon.
In 2017, Kate kept it simple in white and black Dolce & Gabbana with a square neckline, but in 2021 she opted for an ultra-casual polka dot skirt, pairing an Alessandra Rich skirt with a simple white T-shirt.