Since entering the British royal family in 2011, Princess Kate has been looked up to for her effortless and classy fashion choices.
Kate has delved head-first into any trend that comes her way and tends to stick with the ones that suit her for years.
She is not afraid to be an outfit repeater! The princess rummages through her closet to re-wear pieces instead of buying more in an effort to be more sustainable.
She’s been seen sporting $28 earrings from Zara and a $49 straw Lily Woven Clutch making it more affordable for fans to dress like a royal.
Don’t worry, she still wears elegant gowns and lavish jewellery owned by the late Princess Diana and Queen Elizabeth II that we can look at with jealousy.
Here are Catherine’s best fashion moments from 2023… so far.
Kate is showing everyone how Autumn/Winter fashion should be done this November!
Now we know as always the gown is very gorgeous and elegant but what’s on top of her head is what’s drawing the eye.
In November Kate wore this diamond tiara that hasn’t been worn since the 1930s.
Kate joined Prince William and in-laws King Charles III and Queen Camilla for a ceremony to welcome President Yoon Suk Yeol and First Lady Kim Keon Hee of South Korea.
This monochromatic red look was just one of the extravagant looks she wore in November.
Not many can pull off this bold of a purple but Kate made it look effortless at the Shaping Us National Symposium in London in November.
Grey has never looked so good!
In October visited with Ukrainian refugees at a community center and proved that sweater vests are definitely back in full swing.
Suited up! Kate’s favourite look this year has been a matching pantsuit with a white top and pumps.
Kate was sporting this Holland Cooper pinstripe pantsuit for Cardiff her visit at the start of Black History Month.
Princess Kate recycled the burgundy Eponine coat she’s been seen in many times and wore the late Queen’s earrings to pay her respects on the first anniversary of the monarch’s death in September.
July – Wimbledon
Catherine wore a beautiful emerald green dress to present Carlos Alcaraz with the Wimbledon gentlemen’s singles trophy during day fourteen of the Wimbledon Tennis Championships.
July – Wimbledon
Catherine presented the trophies to the winner Marketa Vondrousova and runner-up Ons Jabeur during day thirteen of the Wimbledon Tennis Championships, and wore a wonderful lime green ensemble.
During a Wales family outing on July 14 to the Air Tattoo at RAF Fairford, Catherine kept things simple wearing navy trousers, a white t-shirt and a striped blazer.
July 6 2023
To support husband Prince William during the 2023 Royal Charity Polo Cup, Princess Catherine wore a stunning blue and white dress from fashion brand Beulah and tan slingback heels from Camilla Elphick.
The Princess of Wales accessorised her outfit with gold hoop earrings and a Sezane cuff bracelet.
Princess Catherine attended the Commonwealth Day service on July 5 at St Giles Cathedral in Edinburgh, Scotland.
Known as the Duchess of Rothesay in Scotland, the Princess of Wales wore a striking cobalt blue coat dress by Catherine Walker and accessorised with a pearl choker that previously belonged to Queen Elizabeth II.
Princess Catherine made her first appearance at Wimbledon on July 4, wearing a mint-green Balmain blazer. She paired it with a white pleated midi skirt, white Gianvito Rossi heels and a white Mulberry bag, and looked – as always – stunning.
The Princess of Wales wore a gorgeous baby pink Beulah dress to the opening of Young V&A at the V&A Museum Of Childhood in London on June 28.
Princess Catherine previously wore this dress to the 2021 Wimbledon Men’s Final.
The Princess of Wales visited the Hope Street Centre in Southampton on June 27.
Princess Catherine wore a peplum style Alessandra Rich dress, which she previously wore to the Wimbledon tennis tournament in 2022.
The Princess of Wales attended the Royal Ascot on June 23 in a stunning Alexander McQueen midi dress.
The Princess of Wales attended the reopening of the National Portrait Gallery in London on June 20.
Princess Catherine opted for a chic and simple white two-piece by Self Portrait paired with black Aquazurra pumps. Her shoes of choice have also been seen on the Duchess of Sussex.
On June 19, Princess Catherine attended the Order of the Garter service at Windsor Castle alongside fellow members of the royal family.
The Princess of Wales’ Alessandra Rich ensemble included a subtle nod to her late mother-in-law Princess Diana, who sported an almost identical look to the 1988 Royal Ascot races.
Princess Catherine took part in the Trooping the Colour parade on June 17.
Honouring her position as Colonel of the Irish Guards, The Princess of Wales sported a Cartier shamrock brooch.
Her stunning emerald green Andrew Gn dress and Philip Treacy hat was also accompanied by the sapphire earrings worn by Princess Diana on the cover of Vogue in 1994.
On June 15, 2023, Princess Catherine visited the Riversley Park Children’s Centre in Nuneaton to meet with health professionals who are taking part in a field study backed by her Royal Foundation Centre for Early Child.
During the engagement, The Princess of Wales looked stunning, wearing the Petra Leopard-Print Silk Midi Dress from the brand Cefinn. You can buy the exact dress Catherine wore here.
Princess Catherine kept things casual when she visited the Windsor Family Hub on June 6 and wore a light blue and white chequered blazer, white camisole and navy blue pleated trousers.
While attending Hussein, Crown Prince of Jordan and Rajwa Al Saif’s wedding ceremony at Zahran Palace on June 1, Princess Catherine wore an extremely flattering Elie Saab gown. She paired stunning diamond drop earrings and a simple clutch with the embroidered dusty-rose dress.
Princess Catherine visited the Foundling Museum to meet and listen to people with lived experience of the care system, foster carers and adoptive parents on May 25, 2023.
The Princess of Wales wore a stunning pastel pink suit designed by Alexander McQueen. She paired it with a matching pink blouse, white stilettos and a white, pearl-encrusted belt.
Princess Catherine attended the Chelsea Flower Show on May 22, 2023.
The Princess of Wales wore a gorgeous Me+Em shirtdress, accessorised with her $325 Catherine Zoriada Fern Drop earrings.
The Princess of Wales stepped out at the Anna Freud Centre on May 18, 2023, to commemorate Mental Health Awareness Week in a stunning Suzannah London dress.
Catherine dazzled onlookers as she arrived at the coronation of her father in law – King Charles III.
The Princess donned this stunning outfit to attend the St. Patrick’s Day Parade.
For the Commonwealth Day Service, Catherine donned an all navy outfit including Erdem peplum jacket and skirt with a white embroidered print, paired with navy heels and a hat.
Royal watchers also noticed the sapphire and diamond earrings which were previously owned by Princess Diana.
For the St David’s Day Parade, Catherine recreated an older outfit from 2006 which also featured a bright red coat and black accessories.
In London for the 2023 BAFTAs, Catherine donned a stunning white Alexander McQueen pleated one-shoulder gown, paired with black gloves and $28 earrings from Zara.
The Princess’ favourite brown Hobbs coat made a reappearance in February while visiting the National Maritime Museum Cornwall.
It was the first time she had visited Cornwall since becoming the Duke and Duchess of Cornwall.
Catherine donned a stunning emerald green coat which covered a knitted cream dress, while visiting the iconic Kirkgate Market.
During her visit, the Princess spoke with the local people to discuss their experiences of early childhood.
Catherine donned a pair of stylish black slacks to go with her red turtleneck and matching coat during a visit to Windsor Foodshare on January 26th.
The Prince and Princess of Wales visited the charity to learn about their work providing food parcels to those who are struggling financially.
Catherine attended a reception for the England Wheelchair Rugby League Team, at Hampton Court Palace on January 19, 2023 in London.
The England team were crowned World Champions in November after beating France in the Rugby League Wheelchair World Cup Final, boosting support for the sport.