Can’t get enough of the chic royal’s style? Pick up one of each of these items (or two!) and you’ll be on your way to recreating her looks yourself.

By Diana Pearl
July 18, 2017
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Kate Middleton wearing a navy blazer
To complete Kate’s casual trifecta, add a navy blazer for a dash of polish (even if you’re playing volleyball!). Her favorite is from the British brand Smythe, but she’s also worn styles from Zara, too. To buy: Navy Blazer, shopbop.comjcrew.com or get the look for less hm.com.
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Kate Middleton wearing a wrap dress
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A Wrap Dress

Considering this is the style Kate chose to wear to make her first big royal announcement—her 2010 engagement—it's a must-have for any Kate clothes collector. You've seen her rock the wrap dress at countless events since, from designers like Issa, MaxMara and Diane von Furstenberg.

To buy: Wrap Dress; amazon.com, nordstrom.com, dvf.com.

Kate Middleton wearing a shirtdress
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A Shirtdress

An alternative to the wrap dress is the shirtdress, which you've seen Kate in for a number of events, including her first engagement after Princess Charlotte's birth last year.

To buy: Shirtdress, Nordstrom, Bloomingdales, or Saks.

Kate Middleton wearing colorful coats
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A Lot of Colorful Coats

London isn't exactly known for its tropical temperatures, but Kate's not exactly going to bundle up in a puffy parka when things get chilly, is she? The perfect solution comes in the form of the dress coat, which Kate seems to own in practically ever hue imaginable. If you really want to be like her, invest in enough to fill an entire closet—or at least check off every color of the rainbow.

To buy: Colorful Coats, bloomingdales.com, reiss.com or get the look for less 6pm.com.

Kate Middleton wearing nude L.K. Bennett heels
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Nude L.K. Bennett Heels

We’ve scarcely gone more than a few months without seeing Kate’s go-to shoe, the L.K. Bennett Sledge pump. It's an essential wardrobe addition for any Kate collector.

To buy: Nude Heels, saksfifthavenue.com, or get the look for less zappos.com.

Kate Middleton wearing a lace cocktail dress
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A Lace Cocktail Dress

For an event that’s too dressy for a wrap dress but not quite formal enough for a gown, Kate’s default is a lace dress, a style she’s worn everywhere from Canada to London.

To buy: Lace Cocktail Dress, Nordstrom, Lord and Taylor, Nordstrom.

Kate Middleton wearing dark blue skinny jeans
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A Pair of Dark Blue Skinny Jeans

Even a princess gets to embrace a few casual days here and there, and Kate’s got a tried and true uniform for them, anchored by a pair of dark blue skinny jeans. See, royals aren’t all that different from the rest of us, right?

To buy: Dark Blue Skinny Jeans, nordstrom.com, jcrew.com or get the look for less oldnavy.com..

Kate Middleton wearing a striped shirt
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A Striped Shirt

It seems half the time that Kate wears her dark wash skinnies, she pairs them with striped shirts, also known as a breton top. She’s worn her Me + Em one so many times that the brand has a style named after her.

To buy: Striped Shirt, jcrew.com, bodenusa.com, llbean.com.

Kate Middleton wearing cork wedges
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Cork Wedges

Even Kate’s dressed-down days aren’t without a little oomph. That typically comes in the form of her cork wedges, which she’s worn in white and blue shades. Now’s the time to buy, too: they’re on major sale.

To buy: Cork Wedges, 6pm.com or zappos.com.

Kate Middleton wearing a navy blazer
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A Navy Blazer

To complete Kate’s casual trifecta, add a navy blazer for a dash of polish (even if you’re playing volleyball!). Her favorite is from the British brand Smythe, but she’s also worn styles from Zara, too.

To buy: Navy Blazer, shopbop.com, jcrew.com or get the look for less hm.com.

Kate Middleton wearing years-old leather boots
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Years-Old Leather Boots

Kate’s been wearing her Penelope Chilvers boots for 12 years, since way before her royal days. Luckily for us, the brand still makes the exact same design. If you want the true Kate look, buy yours as soon as possible and proceed to wear them over and over again.

To buy: Leather Boots, here or get the look for less 6pm.com.

Kate Middleton wearing a hairnet
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A Hairnet

Kate’s handy key for keeping her elaborate updos in place? A hairnet, of all things. The good news for Kate fans is that this item is the least expensive on the list—less than $2!

To buy: Hairnet, sallybeauty.com.

Kate Middleton wearing nude tights
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Nude Tights

Many consider these to be a fashion faux pas, but really, Kate’s brilliant: By rocking a pair of nude tights, she can continue wearing her favorite bare-legged looks well into winter.

To buy: Nude Tights, macys.com.

Kate Middleton wearing a fascinator
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A Fascinator

If you truly want to dress like Kate—or any royal, for that matter—this is an essential. And if you want to go full royal, there's no designer better than Philip Treacy, whose fascinators have graced the heads of Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, Princess Beatrice, and yes, Princess Kate.

To buy: Fascinator, net-a-porter.com.