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Duchchess of Cambridge at the reception at Buckingham Palace

Kate Middleton wore a green dress by Mulberry. I would have preferred her whole look a bit more youthful and current. e.g. with her open hair paired in a green dress by Vivien Westwood Anglomania at the reception at Buckingham Palace to mark the start of the Queen’s diamond jubilee celebrations.

Created On: Wed 30 Nov 11

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Kate

Kate Middleton

Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge(Catherine Elizabeth "Kate"; née Middleton; born 09.01.1982) has become an A-list star in her own right by marrying into the Royal Family with her 2011 nuptials to Prince William. In a very short space of time she has become the ultimate style icon, with her style being copied by fashionistas the world over- it's called the "Kate effect". Retail analysts estimate the Duchess effect is responsible for boosting the economy by £1bn.

Dress

Designers & Brands

Vivienne Westwood Anglomania

Dress Types

Drop Waist Dress, Shift Dress, Asymmetric Dress

Length

Below The Knee, At Knee, Above The Knee

Neckline

Boat, Jewels

Body Shape The Guide to Bodyshapes

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Colouring Knowing your dominant colours

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Shoes

Designers & Brands

Stella McCartney

Pattern

Plain

Shoe Types

Sling Backs, Pointed Shoes, Sandals

Body Shape The Guide to Bodyshapes

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Colouring Knowing your dominant colours

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LightDeepWarmCoolClearSoft
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