Kate Middleton's Spot - on Looks with Whimsical Hats & Fascinators

By Gemexi Team | Fashion
  • Updated On Mar 24, 2020
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Kate Middleton's Spot - on Looks with Whimsical Hats & Fascinators

The Duchess of Cambridge – Kate Middleton has long mastered in her looks with designer hats and fascinators. Kate belongs to a royal family, who always is in the list of most fashionable women of the world. Some of the things of Kate Middleton’s turn any fashion to style win, including her designer dresses, hemlines, her sandals, accessories and even her headwear.

Kate always fascinates her fans with her new styles of hats and fascinators. Every time she steps out in a dress and snazzy fascinator, the hearts of her fans stops or beats faster with the effect of her glamorous appearance. Perhaps, Kate carries her style amazingly in every event, whether she is out for a social event or any casual party, she never forgets to look gorgeous. Though, her colossal collection of headwear is majorly one of the exciting staple of Kate’s style. Styling with her fascinators, caps, berets, beanies and even cowgirl hats, adds some grace to her looks.

While, it is very rare that we have seen the Duchess of Cambridge‘s name in a worst dressed list. With her fashion sense and dressing style, Middleton has evolved into one of the most decipherable style icons. Let’s have a look at some of the Duchess of Cambridge’s most lovely and stunning head confections:

Trooping the Color Event 2011


Kate showed off her exaggerated appearance at the Color Event 2011, for one of the most royal engagements. She paired her oversized Lock & Co. hat with ivory Alexander McQueen coat and expressed a jaunty and modern façade.


Mark Prince Philip’s 90th Birthday


Kate looked gorgeous as she stepped down in a blue colored brocade coat with appealing blue hat and nude LK Bennett heels. She instilled new sense of fashion into the realm of her much admired headwear style.


The Garter Day Celebration


The Duchess of Cambridge has infused one more amazing style of a silver fascinator, while she paired a silver silk dress and a grey coat at the Garter Day celebration.


The Canada Day Celebration


Kate Middleton celebrated Canada Day at the Parliament Hill, where she wore a patriotic red maple leaf fascinator paired with a custom made dress. Kate was standing out at the event while she showed off her colossal style of fascinator.


Zara Phillips and Mike Tindall’s Wedding


A beautiful light gold colored coat teamed up with an enormous structural headpiece that is designed by British milliner Gina Foster. This exaggerated fascinator somehow completed her dressing at the Zara Phillips and Mike Tindall’s wedding.


St. Patrick’s Day 2012


Wearing a forest green Emilia Wickstead coat, a pair of LK Bennett heels and trendy Lock & Co. Betty Boop hat, made Kate to look jazzy at the event. Her stylish Lock & Co. fascinator has blew off others head, with her appearance.


The Queen’s River Pageant Celebration


At the celebration of the Queen’s River Pageant, the Duchess of Cambridge decided to express her bold style. She chose a red colored Alexander McQueen dress, matched with a pair of LK Bennett pumps and an exciting red colored hat by Sylvia Fletcher.


The Queen’s Thanksgiving Service


One of the feminine styles of Kate Middleton at the Queen’s Thanksgiving Service where she wore the demure dress with a matching net trimmed fascinator by Jane Taylor. The Duchess was looking glamorous and sophisticated in her looks.


Wedding of Sam Waley-Cohen and Bella Ballin


Kate Middleton wore a black and white printed dress at the wedding of her sister Bella Ballin with Sam Waley-Cohen in June 2011. Adding a netted black colored fascinator with her dressing style, attracted others style very easily.


Prince George’s First Royal Event


Mother Kate Middleton has again stepped out at the royal event of Prince George with a jazzy fascinator. Her ivory ensemble and matching fascinator with floral and netting detail was giving her a jaunty appearance.

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