Kate Middleton | Class and Royalty

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Kate Middleton | Class and Royalty

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When you are married with the Prince William, Duke of Cambridge you must look and dress perfectly, just like Kate Middleton | Class and Royalty is looking and since the day we saw her first she has done a great job!

Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge (Catherine Elizabeth”, Kate Middleton | Class and Royalty) grew up in Chapel Row, a village near Newbury, Berkshire, England. She met Price William in Scotland at the University of St Andrews, in 2001. On 16 November 2010 they announced their engagement and she attended many high-profile royal events before 29 April 2011 when they got married at Westminster Abbey.

With a major impact upon British fashion her influence has been named the ”Kate Middleton effect” and in 2012 Kate was selected as one of The 100 Most Influential People in the World by Time Magazine.

According to Newsweek, “The Kate Effect may be worth £1 billion to the UK fashion industry,” while Tony DiMasso, L.K.Bennett’s US president, stated in 2012, “…when she does wear something, it always seems to go on a waiting list”.

Due her fashion choices and the fact that she is a public person, Kate has influenced many people including the charitable causes. Her wedding dress was put on display at Buckingham Palace in the summer of 2011 and the display helped to raise approximately £8million for the Royal Collection, as well as the charitable fund of the Duke and Duchess and had a record number of visitors.

After the announcement of the couple’s engagement in November 2010 “The Kate Middleton Effect” begun.  You now wonder, what’s “The Kate Middleton Effect”? Is a trend effect that Catherine Duchess of Cambridge has on others. Later that year, another trend came out; the website “What Kate wore” was launched. The website comments on the outfits chosen by the Duchess. Next year, in August 2012, a mobile application named “Kate’s Style List” was created.

They say that Duchess of Cambridge spent an estimated $54,000 on clothes in the first half of 2012.

Let’s take a moment to remember some of her best wardrobe choices.

The less expensive one is from The Queen Diamond Jubilee at $3,570.

She sure celebrated in color. Alexander McQueen outfit teamed with LK Bennett pumps and hat by Sylvia Fletcher.

Kate Middleton | Class and Royalty

The next one she wore at BAFTA Brits to Watch with the price tag of $4,686

Kate  looks great in white and she knows it. For the event she choose to wear Alexander McQueen (again), her feet were Vamp platform sandals from Jimmy Choo. And a silver clutch plus the touch of Queen’s earrings made her look amazing.

Kate Middleton | Class and Royalty

To The Olympics Ceremony she choose a $5,178 beautiful teal-colored dress by Jenny Packham. Added to the feminine lace-backed dress the Jimmy Choo sandals and again, she knew what she was doing.

Kate Middleton | Class and Royalty

At the Sun Military Awards she got all all-black look brilliantly at $7,049. Like most of the times the dress was Alexander McQueen creation,customized and crafted from velvet. Add to that amazing black dress a bag by Jaime Mascaro and you’ll steal all the looks whenever you go.

Kate Middleton | Class and Royalty

The most expensive dress she ever wore and delighted us was the wedding dress. At the cost of $400,000 was the most expensive thing in her wardrobe. Again designed by Alexander McQueen was a feast for the eyes.

Kate Middleton | Class and Royalty

After you’ve seen all the outfits she showed us over the time, which one is your favorite?

Remember! Kate Middleton is a living proof that dreams really came true – she was a simple girl who married a prince. You can do that too!

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