Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge attended several engagements over the weekend, so we got so see her wear several looks and fascinators.
On Saturday her first look was an Alexander McQueen Resort 2011 coat which she wore to the Trooping the Colour, which is the official commemoration of Queen Elizabeth’s birthday.
The white cotton and wool-blend piqué coat with a softly pleated tiered Samurai skirt and accentuated padded shoulders, was paired with a black Philip Treacy hat to complete her monochromatic look.
On the same day Catherine kept the Philip Treacy hat, but changed into a simple satin black and white Zara sheath dress when she attended the wedding of close friends Sam Waley-Cohen and Bella Ballin.
Simple black pumps and an Anya Hindmarch ‘Maud’ silk clutch completed her look.
On Sunday, Catherine attended Prince Philip’s 90th birthday service.
She wore a cornflower blue pleated Zara dress with a periwinkle blue Jane Troughton brocade coat. She has worn both pieces before on separate occasions.
Her favourite LK Bennett nude pumps and yet another fascinator completed her look.
On Monday for the Order of the Garter ceremony, Catherine selected a Katherine Hooker coat and dress for the occasion.
The silk Buxton dove grey coat was teamed with a Rachel Trevor-Morgan fascinator.
Which was your favourite look?
Mine is the simple black and white Zara dress, which is more modern in comparison to the last two.
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