The Duchess of Cambridge sticks to a signature color during her Canadian tour, which do you prefer?

By Kate Hogan
July 05, 2011 03:00 PM
Christinne Muschi /Reuters/Landov; Robert F. Bukaty/AP

The Duchess of Cambridge is quickly becoming the crème de la crème of the royal family – in more ways than one!

The new bride has worn dresses in shades of cream and white three times so far on her North American tour, stunning onlookers each time.

The Duchess first wore white in Ottawa on Friday, re-purposing the famous Reiss dress from her engagement photos and topping it with a maple leaf fascinator in honor of Canada Day.

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Then Sunday, Kate stepped out to greet well wishers in Quebec City wearing a cream “Vanessa” sleeveless crepe dress by U.K. designer Joseph. Monday, the royal star continued her white-hot streak, wearing a navy-trimmed cream nautical-inspired dress by her Alexander McQueen, for an appearance in Charlottetown. She’s keeping cool – and looking the part. But which dress was her best?