Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge’s style is inherently elegant, polished, and rises to the occasion effortlessly.
Every year we pour over her prim blazers, perfectly tailored pants, and picture-perfect gowns as she attends events and her duties.
Of course, as one expects, her style in 2021 is just as successful; however, one abundant detail made her more ethereal than ever.
Like her husband, Prince William, the Duchess of Cambridge is concerned for the environment, and as any fashion expert knows, it’s important to embrace sustainability and utilise the wardrobe you have instead of overconsuming.
In line with this notion, the duchess has re-worn multiple outfits this year from her iconic lilac Alexander McQueen gown that she wore to the Earthshot Prize to her emerald Jenny Packham dress that she donned for the 2021 Royal Variety Performance in November.
But ‘considered’ isn’t the only adjective that can describe her style this year; one can also claim it to be affordable.
The royal mother-of-three appropriately donned a $30 black and white midi dress for a visit to University College London’s Centre for Longitudinal Studies from Zara, that she’d worn before.
It would be a mistake to forget the divine Jenny Packham gown she wore to the world premiere of the new James Bond film, No Time To Die, at London’s Royal Albert Hall.
The gold, glittery, and caped frock was so impactful the internet was temporarily ambushed with her stunning image.
Take a wander through Kate’s 2021 outfits for a good conscious walk down memory lane.
For her appearance at the 2021 Royal Variety Show, Catherine glittered in her green Jenny Packham gown that she first wore on her 2019 royal tour of Pakistan.
Blue isn’t always an easy colour to pull off, but Kate looked dashing in this belted coat and matching heels.
The power of this look is that it’s a relatable outfit that can be dressed up and down.
For the annual Remembrance Sunday service, the duchess was sophisticated in this military-style coat.
Kate’s blazer obsession is undying!
To attend the opening of the Imperial War Museum’s Second World War Galleries and The Holocaust Galleries, the Duchess of Cambridge looked polished and prim in her Alexander McQueen military shirt, which she previously wore in 2011.
We were in infatuated awe all over again when Kate ushered on the green carpet in this iconic Alexander McQueen dress.
Now, turning attention to her accessories, this beige mini handbag was quite the moment.
It was a powerful purple explosion when the duchess wore this pantsuit to visit North Ireland.
‘Twas a statement coat worth headlines when we first saw this regal tartan fit!
As much as we adore the duchess all glammed up, her casual looks are far more relatable and can inspire our own wardrobes seamlessly.
To visit Scouts, Kate understood her assignment well with this vest and black boot combo.
Kate blushed in baby pink at Wimbledon.
It’s rare to see Kate in a dress so short, but with her figure it’s always a lovely sight.
The Duchess dressed all in red to make the keynote speech at the launch of the Taking Action on Addiction campaign.
What more is there to say? Catherine’s gold Jenny Packham gown was arguably her best look of the year!