Her $50 polka dot dress from Topshop sold out when she wore it to visit Warner Bros. Studios.
The dress sold out within an hour of Middleton’s appearance at Warner Bros. Studios, The Daily Mail reported. She also wore the Topshop frock to Prince George’s godfather’s wedding.
The maternity brand Seraphine is a favorite of Middleton’s with pieces like this $59 turtleneck dress.
Middleton wore Seraphine’s $79 Vanessa Turtleneck Black Maternity Dress for a reception during her first official visit to New York City.
She wore another Seraphine dress, this one $75, while visiting her family home in Berkshire after having Prince George.
The Pink Fuchsia Knot Front Maternity Dress retails for $75.
The duchess is a fan of Zara, wearing a pair of high-waisted pants from the brand on a visit to Sunshine House in September 2019.
She wore a $70 dress from Zara at a charity polo match.
While Prince William played polo in the Maserati Royal Charity Polo Trophy, Middleton ran after Prince George and Princess Charlotte in a flowing blue and white striped dress from Zara. The dress, with gathered seams at the front and back and a tie at the waist, is no longer available.
To visit a farm in rural England, she wore $50 pants from Zara.
Some royal engagements call for ball gowns, others call for sturdy jeans and boots.
The olive green Mid-Rise Biker Jeans that Middleton wore to visit Farms for City Children are no longer in stock.
She wore a printed blouse that cost $59, also from Zara.
According to What Kate Wore, the blouse is now out of season and therefore out of stock, but it sold for $59.
She paired a blazer with $30 pants from Gap.
Gap’s Bi-Stretch Skinny Ankle Pants are no longer stocked in the Ikat Blue that Middleton wore, but other colors are available between $25 and $50.
She made a relaxed “boyfriend” shirt from Gap look tailored and polished on a visit to New Zealand.
The shirt usually sells for $54.95, but was on sale for $23.97 and quickly sold out.
Middleton chose a polka dot wrap dress from ASOS for a visit to a children’s charity in London.
The ASOS Maternity Kate Wrap Skater Dress, now named for the duchess, is currently out of stock on their website. It retails for $53 at full price and $39 on sale.
She wore a $75 French Connection top in a portrait for the National Portrait Gallery.
Middleton’s official portrait was unveiled at the National Portrait Gallery in 2014. When sitting for the portrait, Marie Claire reported that she wore a $75 French Connection navy Sub Silky Tie Top that is no longer available.
Middleton’s purple Warehouse sweater, worn while visiting London’s Natural History Museum in October 2019, retails for $69.
According to the fashion blog Kate’s Closet, the Warehouse sweater features a pointelle texture and scalloped edges. Middleton wore the sweater with green wide-leg pants from Jigsaw that normally retail for $133 (£98). They went on sale for $39 (£29), but they are currently sold out.