Sure, Kate Left the States, But We're Still Talking About Her Jewelry

Dec/12/2014 at 11:24 AM ET

When Princess Kate landed in N.Y.C., she wore just the right mix of British and American labels (she’s a pro at keeping everyone happy when it comes to fashion politics), but her excellent accessorizing skills also stood out.

Kate Middleton Jewelry Carlo Allegri/Getty(3); Samir Hussein; Seth Wenig

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Kate Wears First American Designer on U.S. Visit: See the Gorgeous Tory Burch Look

Dec/08/2014 at 08:19 PM ET

Okay, so Princess Kate didn’t go for a Brooklyn tee, but she did wear an American designer to the royal outing to see the New York Nets play, and it’s a sleek coat by Tory Burch!

Kate and Will Nets GameRuaridh Connellan/Landov

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Kate Kicks Off New York City Trip on a Fashion High Note: All the Latest on Her Looks!

Dec/08/2014 at 12:08 PM ET

When Princess Kate landed in New York City on Sunday evening, she turned to one of her favorite maternity labels for her debut appearance. Wearing a plum-colored bouclé “Marina” coat by Seraphine, it was the first time Kate has selected a bespoke piece from the British label.

Seraphine was founded by Cecile Reinaud in 2003 and has been the go-to maternity shopping destination for Angelina Jolie, Kate Hudson, Jennifer Garner and many more celebs, but no-one has boosted sales for the brand quite like Kate. And the label recently opened their first stand-alone store in New York.

Princess Kate NYC StyleGeoff Pugh-Pool/Getty; James Whatling/Splash News

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Princess Kate's New York City Wardrobe: Our Fantasy Wish List

Dec/05/2014 at 10:58 AM ET

We’ve had style experts weigh in on what Princess Kate will pack for her upcoming three-day trip to New York City. And now we’re sharing our picks for what we’d love to see the stylish royal wear stateside. (Warning: Some of the things are a bit out of the Princess’s wheelhouse, but you never know.)

Allison Teng dressing tipsVictor Virgile/Getty

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Kate's Tousled Pony Is the Perfect Thanksgiving Hair Look: See It from All Angles

Nov/25/2014 at 05:34 PM ET

Kate Beckinsale isn’t the only famous Brit perfecting her ponytail game. Princess Kate stepped out with a pretty, pulled-back style Tuesday while fundraising on behalf of her charity in Norwich, Norfolk, and it’s giving us some Thanksgiving day hair inspiration. (And also getting us psyched for her upcoming visit to the United States.)

Kate Middleton hairAndrew Winning/Reuters/Landov; Chris Jackson/Getty; AKM-GSI; Will Oliver/EPA/Landov

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All the Details on Kate's 'Grown-Up' Pregnancy Style

Nov/14/2014 at 11:57 AM ET

Standing alongside husband Prince William at the Royal Variety Performance in London Thursday, Princess Kate showed off one of her most regal looks to date — a long black, lace Diane von Furstenberg gown with her hair swept up in an elegant, loose chignon and some amazing accessories. See it below from all angles.

Allison Teng dressing tipsCourtesy Allison Teng

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Love Kate's Favorite Stuart Weitzman Wedges? Now You Can Customize Your Own Pair!

May/13/2014 at 04:36 PM ET

Britain's Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, PatronSplash News Online; Inset: Courtesy Stuart Weitzman

Ever wondered what it would be like to walk a mile in the Duchess of Cambridge‘s shoes? Here’s your chance.

Stuart Weitzman has just launched the SW x You: Corkswoon program, which gives royal footwear fans the chance to customize the wedges that Kate made famous.

For $398, customers can choose from a palette of 15 different colors, which includes everything from basic brown to bright shades like geranium and lemon yellow, and decide between a cork or braided jute heel to create their own signature pair (“Copy Kates” can recreate the Duchess’ exact navy-and-cork style) which the company promises will be handcrafted in Spain and delivered to you by the end of July.

Though a press release confirms that the “Corkswoon” campaign is a “direct response to the ‘Kate Effect,'” [in which Duchess-loved apparel sells out the moment she wears it] it’s not the first time Stuart Weitzman has offered shoppers the chance to customize their footwear.
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