Want Kate Middleton's look without the designer price tag? Here's our guide for getting her amazing wardrobe on a budget.
Over the years we have simply fallen in love with The Duchess of Cambridge’s style! With the whole world watching her wardrobe, Kate has managed to wow us with every single outfit, and now you can get Kate Middleton’s look with these high street buys. And what’s even better is you don’t have to fork out a fortune to steal her royal style. A self-confessed high street addict, the Duchess is often spotted in high street bargains that we can all own and wear.
Want to get Kate Middleton’s look? It’s easy! She’s a huge fan of nude court shoes from LK Bennett. Take a tip from The Duchess and invest in a pair and you’ll be able to wear them in almost any outfit. Kate is also a huge fan of high street brands such as Reiss and Hobbs.
Our Fashion Editor’s top tip for stealing Kate’s style is to keep your outfit simple. Kate never goes overboard on accessories and always keeps to simple colours or minimal embellishment. Now all we need is Kate’s hair, make up and a prince!
Steal her style here…
Get Kate’s Ankle Boots
The Duchess of Cambridge was out and about yesterday with her husband and Prince Harry for the graduation ceremony of more than 150 Coach Core apprentices.
If, like us, you spotted her chic ankle boots you might be interested in how to get your hands on a pair.
The exact boots Kate wore were from Russell & Bromley, they are the top image.
They cost £295 and can be purchased HERE.
But if you want to channel her look without the hefty price tag, we think this £49.50 pair from Marks & Spencer (bottom pair) are pretty great.
The zip detail is slightly more prominent but they are still very stylish.
The small heel is enough to add a bit of height without causing too much discomfort. Plus, the M&S Insolia technology redistributes the weight away form the balls of your feet to reduce pressure and increase ankle stability.
Buy them now from Marks &Spencer for £49.50
Kate’s floral tribute to Diana
We’ve found not one, but two gorgeous dresses inspired by Kate’s rainy day green floral dress!
The Duchess donned the stunning Prada number to tour the White Garden at Kensington Palace. But given that it’s designer, it’s also accompanied by a hefty £1420 price tag too!
But fear not, as these copies will get you Kate’s stunning floor-length look for a fraction of the price. On the right is a £69 dress by Studio by Preen, available at Debenhams. It’s got the same floral look with a similar light green/blue colour – perfect for the remaining summer months.
But if you’re looking for an even more affordable way to steal Kate’s style, the dress on the left is a stunning find from high street giant Peacocks – priced at only £25!
It’s not yet available online, but will be soon, and can be found in most stores! It’s a shorter option that Kate’s original, but paired with some thick black tights or jeans, it’ll be a brilliant choice for those smart/casual events.
A great transitional piece, this Duchess inspired dress will take you well into autumn – just pair with some boots!
Kate’s Staple Maroon Coat
The Duchess of Cambridge was spotted being driven to church near Balmoral this weekend in her classic maroon coat.
The rich brown midi length coat from Hobbs is a firm favourite of Kate’s. It comes with a hefty price tag of £369, but she has really got the most of it since she first wore it in 2011. The last day Kate showed off this item was for Christmas Day last year.
New Look have a fantastic look-a-like in stock at the moment, which costs just £34.99. To really complete the look, wear a thin belt around the coat as this will help nip you in at the waist.
Buy it now New Look
Kate’s boho bardot evening dress
The Kate Middleton red dress that stole the show in Germany was by high-end designer Alexander McQueen, and costs more than £800. However, we’ve found an affordable style copy that will only set you back £16!
Try Kate’s boho-style for less with this red off-the-shoulder bardot style maxi by Very.
Kate’s casual stripey top
Donning her favourite black skinny jeans and go-to white trainers, the Duchess of Cambridge took part in a rowing race during her tour of Germany with Prince William. Kate finished her look with a nautical-inspired blue and white striped T that looked both comfy and appropriate for the occasion!
Steal Kate’s style with this lookalike top from Boden (£28).
Buy it HERE
Kate’s go-to white trainers
The Duchess of Cambridge isn’t afraid to reuse items in her wardrobe and these white trainers have been out on several occasions! She wore them for the Canadian tour, at the London marathon and most recently in the GQ photoshoot. The trainers by Superga have become a best seller and now you can get them for an even better price through Amazon! The trainers usually cost £50 from Superga but if you head to Amazon you can grab a pair for £39.29.
Buy a pair now at Amazon UK
Kate’s sister-of-the-bride look
Kate wore a bespoke dress by her go to designer, Alexander McQueen for her Pippa’s wedding at the weekend.
The dusty pink colour is perfect for summer and the long sleeves are great for Britain’s unpredictable weather.
Although no look-a-like dresses have hit the shelves yet, we found this pink, floaty dress by Biba from House of Fraser which is pretty close. And at £69 we know it costs much less than Kate’s!
The long sleeves and mid-length are very similar to Kate’s designer dress and the front ruffle will give a flattering finish.
Buy it now at houseoffraser.com
Kate’s sports-luxe waterproof Troy Jacket is as stylish as it is practical. But at £350, it’s a rather steep price point for a casual buy!
This copycat is available on the high street for a fraction of the price. The ‘Brushwood’ shade is a near perfect match for the Duchess’ jacket.
Buy it now at lighthouseclothing.co.uk
The Duchess of Cambridge is known to love high street brands, and these wedges are her latest bargain buy. Cue hoards of shoppers flocking to Monsoon! The shoes orginally sold out but they’re now back in stock – snap them up quick!
It’s an exact match! Buy a pair now for £45 at monsoon.com
Kate, ever stylish for any occasion, wore a £280 quilted jacket by Perfect Moment to take to the running track along with Prince William and Prince Harry for a ‘Heads Together’ London Marathon training event. She teamed the warm coat with her go-to black jeans and a comfy pair of New Balance trainers.
Can’t justify the £280 price tag for Kate’s coat? Not to worry! George at Asda sell a figure flattering copy for just £28!
Buy it here
Kate rocked head-to-toe high-street for her final day of the royal tour of Canada 2016. She chose her favourite black jeans from Zara, paired with a cream blazer from the same store. She chose an on-trend off the shoulder ribbed top from H&M, and finished the outfit off with low tweed heels from J Crew.
Exact match! Buy Kate’s must have tweed heels here
Exact match! Get Kate’s go-to black jeans from Zara here
Exact match! Get Kate’s on-trend H&M top here
Get a lookalike of Kate’s chic white blazer from Zara here
Steal Kate’s dressed down style by splurging on this cashmere mix cable crew jumper or a pair of stylish suede cowboy boots!
If you’re hoping to get your hands on a pair of Kate’s green trousers, prepare to be disappointed! The Duchess is known for re-wearing her wardrobe staples, and these trousers (originally from Zara!) are one of them. She first wore them on the couple’s royal tour of India and Bhutan early in 2016.
Exact match! Get Kate’s cosy Cashmere Mix Cable Crew jumper here
Exact match! Get Kate’s cowboy boots here
Take a tip from Kate and cover up in style with mint green lace.
Dress, £70, Asos
Buy it now at asos.com
Kate loves her nude courts but there’s no need to splash out on Rupert Sanderson shoes when you can get a similar pair on the high street.
Shoes, £25, Dorothy Perkins
Buy it now at dorothyperkins.com
Steal her chic and slimming special occasion style
Who can forget the dress (and loved-up smile!) that Kate wore the day her engagement to Prince William was announced to the world? Everyone wanted to get a look at the ring (formerly belonging to Prince William’s mother Princess Diana) and so Kate wore a navy blue dress that would compliment the stunning diamond.
Now a navy wrap dress inspired by the design made famous by Kate Middleton could now be yours for £99 – much less than the cost of the original by designer Issa! The dress is available in Monsoon stores, and not only is it super flattering because of it’s wrap design, it’s also been designed by Daniella Helayel – who worked at Issa previously and designed the famous ‘engagement photo’ dress! What better way to steal Kate’s style?!