As much as I love the summer, there is no denying there is something special about the fall – the chilly weather, cozy clothes, and maybe most of all, Kate Middleton’s outfits. During the autumn, the Duchess of Cambridge steps into her best coats and long-sleeved dresses (which I would kill for, by the way,) and manages to warm our hearts with joy.
So, to welcome the fall, here are a few of Kate Middleton’s best autumn outfits:
The Duchess looked stunning in this September look, wearing a floral print and belted maxi dress. This dress is a great transition from summer, the flor print, into the fall, the long sleeves, making it a perfect outfit for September.
Kate Middleton wore a blush-colored Orla Kiely dress with black accessories for a surprise appearance at Paddington Station.
Kate Middleton looked absolutely stunning wearing a blue lace dress by Temperley London.
Lace Ace #2
Attending the Royal Variety Performance at the London Palladium, the Duchess wore a stunning black lace Diane von Furstenberg gown. Middleton matched the look with a beaded black clutch and jewel-encrusted earrings.
Finding Her Feet
Kate Midleton made October hotter in this gorgeous and sexy ice blue Jenny Packham gown that featured three-quarter length sleeves and a thigh-high slit. Middleton completed the look with cream ankle strap heels and a cream clutch.
On The Dot
Middleton looked gorgeous wearing a green dress featuring polka dots and pearl buttons.
As Pretty As A Picture
For the opening of the V&A museum’s new photography center, the Duchess wore a gray plaid dress by Erdem
The Duchess of Cambridge visited the BBC headquarters wearing a turquoise Emilia Wickstead dress paired with black heels from LK Bennet.
Visiting Canada, Middleton wore a red-and-white printed Alexander McQueen dress with a tiered skirt. The Duchess paired the look with red shoes and a matching clutch.
Flower Power #2
Middleton looked beautiful wearing a soft-pink floral Kate Spade dress with a bowtie neck.
A White Night
The Duchess looked gorgeous attending the UK premiere of A Street Cat Named Bob, wearing a white Self Portrait gown. The own featured a leg slit, high neck, part crochet top, and pleated crepe skirt.