Kate, Duchess of Cambridge, stepped out in a gray peplum dress by Matthew Williamson with colorful beaded detail at the neck and sleeves while attending the U.K. premiere of "African Cats" on April 25, 2012, with Prince William. That next day, she made two more appearances - first in a blue skirt suit by Rebecca Taylor with an enamel poppy pin at the lapel at an event honoring British servicemen, then changed into a charcoal-gray Amanda Wakeley dress with a gold belt and matching earrings for a fundraiser at London's Imperial War Museum later that day.
Since her marriage on April 29, 2011, to Prince William, Kate's clothes have been a topic of interest around the world. Keep clicking to see what she has been wearing in the last year.
Kate, Duchess of Cambridge, wore a royal blue Stella McCartney dress when she was shown around by Director Sandy Nairne at the National Portrait Gallery in London on July 19, 2012. The crepe shift dress, priced online at approximately $800, was accessorized with black Prada heels and a gold chain necklace.
Kate, Duchess of Cambridge, wearing skinny jeans and sneakers, played field hockey with British Olympic team members at the Riverside Arena during a visit to the Olympic Park in London on March 15, 2012, before changing into a gray pleated dress by Irish designer Orla Kiely for a formal visit to the Prince's Foundation for Children and the Arts at the Dulwich Gallery in South London a few hours later.
On March 1, 2012, Kate, Duchess of Cambridge, wearing a blue boucle coat by Missoni and Rupert Sanderson suede heels, stepped out with Queen Elizabeth II and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, for an event at London's Fortnum & Mason department store. A week later, on March 8, she joined the queen for a visit to Leicester, England, where she wore a teal dress and jacket by L.K. Bennett and a black James Lock hat. And when she gave her first speech while opening the East Anglia's Children's Hospices (EACH) Treehouse hospice in Ipswich, she donned a bright blue coat dress by Reiss (her mother, Carole, was photographed in the same coat at the Royal Ascot in 2010 - but the item reportedly belongs to Kate).
The Duchess of Cambridge chose a trio of coats for her first three solo public engagements in February 2012. On Feb. 8, at London's National Portrait Gallery, she wore a gray tweed coat dress with a shawl collar and black belt by Jesire (left). On Feb. 14 during a visit to Liverpool, it was a brown wool coat by British retailer Hobbs (center), and she chose the "Birdie Wool Jacquard Shirt Dress" by Irish designer Orla Kiely for a stop in Oxford on Feb. 21 (right).
On Jan. 8, 2012 (the night before her 30th birthday), Kate attended the London premiere of "War Horse" with her husband, Prince William. She wore a full-length lacy evening gown by Alice Temperley for the occasion.
Prince William, Kate, Duchess of Cambridge, and Prince Harry attend The Sun Military Awards at the Imperial War Museum on Dec. 19, 2011, in London. For the gala, the duchess wore a strapless black dress by Alexander McQueen, paired with jewelry she received as wedding gifts.
For a night out with Prince William in London on Dec. 6, 2011, for a Gary Barlow Concert in support of The Prince's Trust, the Duchess of Cambridge donned the "Lace Tulip Dress" by Zara, which retailed for $99. She cinched the frock with a belt, and paired it with a black blazer, tights and heels.
Prince William and Kate, Duchess of Cambridge, arrive to a reception in aid of the National Memorial Arboretum Appeal at St James's Palace on Nov. 10, 2011, in London. For the event, Kate donned a silver, one-shoulder Grecian gown by Jenny Packham adorned with a red poppy pin, in honor of Remembrance Day.
Kate, Duchess of Cambridge, recycled two outfits for the wedding weekend of Prince William's cousin Zara Phillips in July 2011. She wore the same cream coat at Phillips' wedding, left, and to Laura Parker Bowles' 2006 wedding, second left. She also wore a green silk "Maja" dress by Diane Von Furstenberg to Phillips' pre-wedding party, second right, and a Los Angeles event, right, both in July.
While attending the BAFTA Brits to Watch gala in Los Angeles on July 9, 2011, the Duchess of Cambridge stunned in a flowing lilac dress with white waistband by Alexander McQueen.
Kate, Duchess of Cambridge, attended The Foundation Polo Challenge at the Santa Barbara Polo and Racquet Club, July 9, 2011, wearing a floral print silk dress by Jenny Packham. She paired her daytime look with tan, crisscross, patent sandals and a woven, straw clutch, both by L.K. Bennet.
On the last day of her cross-Canada tour with husband Prince William, Catherine, the Duchess of Cambridge, arrived at a reception at the Calgary Zoo's ENMAX Conservatory, July 8, 2011, in another stunning Catherine Walker creation. Kate paired her bright red, satin and wool "Marianne" coatdress with her favorite L.K. Bennett pumps and the Queen's maple leaf brooch.
The duchess was in a Western state of mind while at a rodeo reception with husband, Prince William, at the BMO Centre, July 7, 2011, in Calgary, Canada, donning a white cowboy hat with a Alice Temperley button-down blouse, jeans and cowboy boots.
When the royal couple touched down at the Calgary airport on July 7, 2011, Kate stepped out in a primrose, silk crepe frock by Jenny Packham, the same designer who created the pink, sequin gown she wore to the ARK charity gala in June. The duchess paired her daytime look with her favorite tan pumps by L.K. Bennett.
The duchess paired her J Brand skinny jeans with a cream ruffled top, a navy Smythe blazer and wedge espadrilles while visiting a town in Slave Lake, Alberta, on July 6, 2011, the seventh day of her first overseas tour with husband Prince William.
She wore the same skinny jeans a day before while in Yellowknife, Canada, on July 5, 2011, pairing them this time with a slim, military-style jersey shirt by Burberry and Sebago boat shoes.
Catherine, the Duchess of Cambridge, chose a fitted, linen beige dress by Malene Birger for an official welcome ceremony at the Somba K'e Civic Plaza on July 5, 2011, in Yellowknife, Canada. Kate accessorized her look with a nude clutch and her L.K. Bennett heels.
For an appearance in Charlottetown, Canada, on July 5, 2011, Catherine, the Duchess of Cambridge, donned a cream and navy-trimmed, pleated dress by Alexander McQueen's Sarah Burton, the designer responsible for her iconic, royal wedding gown. Kate finished her cricket-inspired look with navy pumps and simple ponytail.
She slipped out of the cream dress into her J Brand skinny jeans and a zip-up anorak jacket when she competed against husband Prince William in a dragon boat race across Prince Edward Island's Dalvay Lake in Canada, July 4, 2011. She later kept warm in a navy trench coat and red scarf while watching William perform his first water landing in a Canadian Sea King helicopter on the lake.
Catherine, the Duchess of Cambridge, deplaned in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, on the third day of her North America tour with husband Prince William on July 3, 2011, in an off-white, sleeveless shift dress by Joseph topped with a pale pink, tweed jacket.
The duchess arrived in Quebec City, Canada, with husband Prince William on July 3, 2011, wearing an Erdem blue, lace dress with nude heels and matching clutch. It was the second time Kate stepped out in a creation from the Canadian-born and London-based designer during the royal couple's North American tour.
Earlier in the day, the duchess toured Montreal, where she took part in a tree planting ceremony and met with cancer patients, in a subdued, gray dress by designer Catherine Walker.
Prince William and wife Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, arrive for the Evening National Canada Day Celebrations on July 1, 2011, in Ottawa, Canada. Kate chose a purple, long-sleeved Issa jersey dress, paired with Queen Elizabeth II's maple leaf brooch, and black heels for the evening event. The queen loaned the duchess the brooch for the couple's royal tour.
When dressing for the daytime Canada Day celebrations in Ottawa, Canada, July 1, 2011, Kate took inspiration from the country's flag, wearing a stylish red and white ensemble. The duchess stepped out in a cream dress by Reiss (the same one she wore for her official engagement photos) complete with Queen Elizabeth II's maple leaf brooch, and a red hat topped with a maple leaf by Sylvia Fletcher at Lock and Co.
For an informal reception for young Canadian volunteers on June 30, 201, in Ottawa, Canada, Kate turned to go-to designer, Issa, opting for a black and white wrap dress. She was last spotted in the dress in April when checking into London's Goring Hotel the day before her royal wedding.
Catherine, the Duchess of Cambridge, arrived at the National War Memorial with husband Prince William on June 30, 2011, in Ottawa, Canada, in a navy, lace dress from Erdem Moralioglu's spring 2012 collection. The above-the-knee sheath was hailed as a nod to her Canadian hosts. Moralioglu is a Canadian designer born in Montreal to a British mother and Turkish father.
Kate made a regal statement as she set off for North America for her first official overseas trip with husband Prince William on June 30, 2011, dressed in a navy Roland Mouret dress with a matching colored blazer from Toronto brand Smythe les Vestes. Her ensemble was accessorized with Manolo Blahnik "Calogera" heels and a Mulberry tote.
Before their big North America tour, Kate and Prince William stepped out at Wimbledon, June 27, 2011, to watch fellow Brit Andy Murray play against Frenchman Richard Gasquet. In keeping with the tennis tournament's all-white dress theme, the duchess wore a pleated, white Temperley London knee-length dress with tiered layers and embroidered straps.
Kate was well dressed for the part when she took on her first military role as a royal at a ceremony honoring the Irish Guards on Britain's third Armed Forces Day, June 25, 2011. The duchess paired her navy, double-breasted Alexander McQueen coat with a matching fascinator and a gold shamrock pin, which was previously worn by Queen Elizabeth and Princess Anne.
The duchess stepped out at the annual Order of the Garter service, June 13, 2011, in a pale grey, silk dress coat by one of her go-to labels, Katherine Hooker. It was accessorized with a matching Philip Treacy headpiece.
Kate dazzled in a light pink, sequin gown with Swarovski crystals from Jenny Packham when she attended her first official post-wedding engagement with husband Prince William at the Absolute Return for Kids (ARK) charity gala, June 9, 2011, in London.
Dressed in another elegant, white ensemble, Kate made a dashing appearance at the Epsom Derby horse race with husband Prince William on June 4, 2011. She wore a white chiffon dress by Reiss under a matching Joseph tweed jacket. A taupe, sculptural hat, nude L.K. Bennet patent pumps and a modern chignon finished her look.
Complementing her honeymoon tan, Kate donned a beige Reiss "Shola" dress with black pumps when she and Prince William met President Barack and first lady Michelle Obama, May 24, 2011, at Buckingham Palace. The dress, which retailed for $340, was such a hit with fans that it not only sold out in hours but also caused the fashion brand's Web site to crash.
For Prince Philip's 90th birthday celebration on June 12, 2011, Kate shopped her closet and settled on the same blue coat that she wore to the 2009 wedding of friends Nicolas van Cutsem and Alice Hadden-Paton. The duchess updated the ensemble by pairing it with nude pumps and matching blue hat.
Kate hit another fashion high note, wowing the crowds in front of Buckingham Palace in an ivory, Alexander McQueen double-breasted coatdress and black hat at the Trooping the Colour ceremony, marking Queen Elizabeth II's official birthday, on June 11, 2011.
Kate, with a fresh newlywed glow, styled her blue Zara dress with a skinny black belt and black patent wedges by LK Bennet, for when she and husband Prince William departed from Buckingham Palace via helicopter on April 30, 2011, the day after their royal wedding.
Catherine "Kate" Middleton waves to the crowds as her sister and maid of honor, Pippa Middleton, holds her dress before walking in to the Abbey for her wedding to Prince William at Westminster Abbey on April 29, 2011, in London. The satin and lace gown was designed by Sarah Burton for Alexander McQueen.