The Duchess looked divine as she showed off a slew of stylish spring outfits — including three different looks on Easter Sunday! Which get-up did you like best on Kate?
Motherhood certainly suits the Duchess, specifically when it comes to her fantastic fashion sense! Kate Middleton really stepped up her style game for the Royal Tour, as all of her looks have been on another level of amazing. Perhaps the highlight of her tour looks came over Easter weekend, where she stuck to the appropriate and chic theme in four different looks that highlighted her svelte frame and polished appearance.
Kate Middleton’s Easter 2014 Outfit — 3 Looks In 1 Day In Australia:
We first saw the Duchess on April 19 when she arrived at the Royal Airforce Base at Amberley in Brisbane, where the 32-year-old rocked a pretty spring dress. She blossomed as she emerged in a white dress which featured a vibrant blue poppy print. The look, from one of Kate’s go-to designers, LK Bennett, fit her frame perfectly. She wore her hair half up and rocked a cat eye, which complimented the ensemble and allowed the focus to be on the gorgeous square neckline. A light blue Oroton clutch and McQueen shoes finished off her outfit.
Kate continued her stellar style run on Easter Sunday, when she arrived at St. Andrew’s Cathedral on April 20 in Sydney, Australia, in one of her most breathtaking looks to date. In a dove grey Alexander McQueen funnel-neck coat with structured shoulders and a matching dress, she looked pristine. She finished off her Easter ensemble with a Jane Taylor hat, a matching McAueen clutch, and a cream pair of suede LK Bennett pumps.
Kate Middleton Recycles Dress In Australia On Easter:
Although she stepped out sans Prince George for church services, the couple brought their son along for a visit to the Taronga Zoo in Sydney, where Kate opted for another pretty eyelet dress. Although it was similar to her white Zimmermann frock, this ensemble was crafted by an independent designer. The pretty lemon hue was so springy and the effortless silhouette was ideal for during the day. The frock featured short sleeves and it was nipped in at the waist, and she rocked it with Kiki McDonough earrings and the sameRussell & Bromley ankle-strap wedges we saw on her earlier on the trip. It turns out it wasn’t the first time Kate showed off this look as she first wore it when she arrived at Honiara Airport during the Diamond Jubilee Tour of Asia.
Easter proved to be one of Kate’s busiest days on the Royal Tour, however, she still managed to show off three totally different looks! For her last get-up of the day she color-coordinated with her family as she arrived at Fairbairn Airport in Canberra, Australia in a blue Stella McCartney Ridley dress — and it wasn’t the first time we saw this look on the Duchess! In fact, Kate first showed off the bold blue ensemble while opening the Road to 2012: Aiming High exhibit for the 2012 Olympic Games.
While all of Kate’s looks were amazing, I think my favorite had to be her Easter Sunday coat and fascinator.
What do you think? Which look did you like most on the divine Duchess?