Kate Middleton’s Best Dressed Moments (Get the Look!)

Happy birthday Duchess! We’re celebrating Kate’s 32nd birthday here in The Knot office by thinking back to some of our favorite Kate Middleton best dressed moments. From her royal wedding to various formal affairs, she ALWAYS looks flawless. Check out our top picks below and get the look for your wedding.

Serious Sparkle

Photo: Kate Middleton // Dress: Lazaro // Featured: The Knot Blog

USMagazine.com; Kurt Wilberding

Kate made her first official appearance—just two months after giving birth to Prince George (yep, you read that right)—in a floor-length Jenny Packham sequin gown for the Inaugural Tusk Awards gala at The Royal Society in London.

Get the look: Dress by Lazaro

Classic Coats

Photo: Kate Middleton // Dress: Monique Lhuillier // Featured: The Knot Blog

Rex; MCV Photo

Just before the birth of baby Prince George, Kate made an appearance marking the 60th anniversary of the Queen’s Coronation. She was glowing in a lace scoop-neck dress and jacket.

Get the look: Dress by Monique Lhuillier

Elegant Embellishments

Photo: Kate Middleton // Dress: Jenny Packham // Featured: The Knot Blog

Getty Images; Courtesy of the designer

For an Olympic-themed concert at the Royal Albert Hall in 2012, Kate wore one of our favorite looks from British designer Jenny Packham. This lace-covered back, teal gown was also spotted in white on the Fall 2012 Jenny Packham runway at Bridal Fashion Week.

Get the look: Dress by Jenny Packham 

Lovely Lace

Photo: Kate Middleton // Dress: Marchesa // Featured: The Knot Blog

Getty Images; MCV Photo

Designed by Sarah Burton for Alexander McQueen (just like Kate’s wedding dress!), the Duchess commemorated the Queen’s Jubilee in a chic, lace shift. A bateau neckline makes this dress totally timeless.

Get the look: Dress by Marchesa

Asymmetrical Atributes

Photo: Kate Middleton // Dress: Lela Rose // Featured: The Knot Blog

Wire Image; Courtesy of the designer

If there were Olympics for fashion, Kate Middleton would take home gold. In a draped Roksanda frock, she stunned once again at the UK’s Creative Industries Reception held at the Royal Academy of Arts in London 2012. An asymmetrical neckline gives this dress an elegant flare.

Get the look: Dress by Lela Rose

Royal Romance

Photo: Kate Middleton // Dress: Amsale // Featured: The Knot Blog

Getty Images; MCV Photo

In April 2011, Kate proved to be one of the world’s most lovely style icons. Her wedding dress, designed by Sarah Burton for Alexander McQueen, set the the lace sleeve trend back in motion.

Get the look: Dress by Amsale

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