Catherine Middleton, Duchess of Cambridge and spouse of Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, has long been recognized as a style icon. Her looks are copied and her every appearance becomes a topic of discussion for the fashion world. What is her secret? How could she win everyone's love in an instant?
Catherine Middleton, Duchess of Cambridge and spouse of Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, has long been recognized as a style icon. Her looks are copied and her every appearance becomes a topic of discussion for the fashion world.
What is her secret? How could she win everyone's love in an instant? Her style stems from the perfect balance of simplicity and elegance. The Duchess is not afraid to wear one outfit several times and often prefers mass fashion clothing brands.
Jewelry has always been a necessity at all official ceremonies of the royal family. Kate has an amazing collection of jewelry, some of which was passed down to her from the royal family.
Brooches have always been perceived as something old-fashioned, but Kate Middleton has revived the fashion for this type of jewelry. Perhaps she was influenced by the style of Queen Elizabeth I who knows a lot about precious brooches.
In her jewelry box, the Duchess keeps a whole collection of brooches of various designs: one of them is even made in the form of two miniature dolphins. Each brooch carries a hidden meaning and is worn on a specific occasion. Most often, Kate prefers jewelry in the floral theme.
With such a necklace you will definitely feel like a real princess: it will become the main accent of any evening look.
For official receptions, Kate often chooses the princess length necklace (about 42-46 cm), encrusted with precious stones and made in a spectacular and refined design. The Duchess also likes to complement her looks with pearl necklaces, which have long been a real jewelry classic.
Feminine and versatile drop earrings with hanging pearls are one of Kate's most favorite pieces of jewelry. She wears them with both chic evening dresses and more casual looks. Such a small detail will immediately add a royal gloss to you.
The Duchess' collection has earrings that perfectly complement the famous sapphire engagement ring. Together they look solemn and noble — no wonder sapphire is considered a royal stone. Sapphires were traditionally used to decorate the crowns of royalty. The most famous sapphire to date, which adorns the British crown, is called St. Edward's.
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