The Cambridge Duchess also wears garments from top designers. It’s no secret that she loves the fast-fashion chain as well. So every time she’s photographed in Zara products, they tend to sell out immediately.
Even though you can no longer shop many of her most famous looks, you can still look back at some of Zara’s most unforgettable fashion moments in Middleton. You might even notice that you own some of the same pieces that the duchess does.
In April 2011, on her way to her honeymoon with Prince William, Middleton wore a pleated blue dress from Zara.
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She completed her outfit with a belt canned at her waist, a shell-like black blazer, and wedges of espadrille.
The Duchess wore a white dress from the famous fast fashion store to a charity concert in December 2011, with a lace-like style.
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She added a black shell blazer, opaque tights, and suede heels to the dress.
The patterned dress sold out within one day on Zara’s website.
In July 2012, Middleton wore a pair of Zara royal blue trousers when welcoming the Olympic Torch ahead of the 2012 Summer Olympics opening ceremony.
In her favorite LK Bennett wedges, the Duchess enhanced her sporty casual outfit. This was one of her most relaxed royal dresses, no doubt.
She was wearing a printed Zara top for watching the Ring of Fire ultra-marathon race in Anglesey, UK, in August 2013
She was also wearing an olive Ralph Lauren shirt, maternity pants from Topshop and her go-to espadrilles.
According to What Kate Wore, she also wore this distinct top on a 2013 trip.
Middleton wore the bib-like rhinestone statement necklace from Zara to “Mandela” premiere in December 2013
Instead of diamonds, you wouldn’t want a Royal to wear rhinestones.
During the royal tour of Australia and New Zealand in April 2014, The Duchess wore a Zara blazer while visiting a winery in New Zealand.
She added a gingham blouse and skinny jeans to this preppy ensemble.
Middleton wore a Zara printed smock-style dress in April 2016 on the Royal Tour of India.
She paired the dress with her signature wedges.
This look had a more urban, bohemian vibe, deviating from her conventional style.
She was wearing a pair of Zara skinny jeans with textured details on the same April 2016 ride, while meeting rangers at Kaziranga National Park.
The Cambridge Duchess wore a ruffled blouse, loafers and a pair of sunglasses when visiting the National Park. Such bits of preppy balance her a little bit edgy.
She wore a tailored red Zara peacoat to a Queen’s 90th birthday event in May 2016.
Middleton wore the jacket over a Dolce & Gabbana top in white lace.
The people behind What Kate Wore thought the two pieces had not come together cohesively. They theorized that, when she realized it was chilly out, the Duchess probably decided to wear the coat over her dress at the last minute.
Middleton wore a white blazer and black jeans from the fast-fashion store on the royal tour of Canada in October 2016.
She tied this outfit to plain, understated jewelry pieces.
Middleton paired the blazer with a T-shirt with a scoop neck, J block heels. Crew per What Kate Wore, and plain black trousers.
She more loosely paired the same jeans with a pair of Superga sneakers and a raincoat later that day.
This outfit showed her versatility in design.
Middleton wore those trainers on Poland and Germany’s royal tour as well.
The duchess again wore her biker-style jeans in May 2017. This time it was in Arlingham, the UK on a visit to the Farms For City Boys.
The Duchess is not afraid to repeat looks when she is conscious that they are functioning.
Middleton matched her Zara dress with Gianvito Rossi suede pumps from $695 in January 2020.
Kate Middleton wore a black-and-white printed Zara dress under a hat.
The Duchess wore the Zara dress under Alexander McQueen’s custom-made green coat in military-style for a visit to Bradford in the UK. Middleton also brought a small crocodile handbag from London’s Aspinal.
In March 2020, Middleton wore Zara to attend the Salthill-Knocknacarra Gaelic Athletic Association club once again.
Kate Middleton wore Zara pants in March for a visit to the Salthill GAA club.
The Duchess dressed in a $243 Cashmere Very Wild Sweater, $50 Zara pants, and New Balance sneakers. She had her outfit accessorized with Daniella Draper’s $155 mini hoop earrings with shamrock charms.