Kate Middleton's Best Fall Looks: 12 Photos to Inspire Your Post-Labor Day Style
Kate Middleton's autumnal style ranges from casual to formal — but always fabulous
Kate Middleton embraced fall fashion during an October 2019 visit to the Natural History Museum in London. She wore an easily replicated look: green khaki culottes from one of her favorite brands, Jigsaw, and a burgundy sweater with a scalloped neckline and sleeves and eyelet detail by Warehouse. She carried a matching deep purple Chanel purse and wore heels in the same color.
Fall means getting your outerwear out of the closet. Kate's knee-length plaid jacket from October 2016 is a key example of staying stylish while staying warm as the temperature drops.
Kate showed off her casual fashion sense during an October 2018 visit to a school, where she learn how getting their hands dirty in a wildlife garden and outdoor learning helps with their well-being. Her olive jacket over a matching sweater paired with brown boots is perfect for a fall day outdoors.
Kate proved that florals shouldn't be limited to spring and summer in October 2016, when she stepped out in a pink long-sleeved dress to celebrate World Mental Health Day.
During their autumn 2016 visit to Canada, Kate made the transition to sweater weather in a grey wrap cardigan and boots — and looked very comfortable in the process!
Kate went formal for the 2017 Royal Variety Performance in a light blue gown with illusion sleeves.
The best way to transition from spring to summer is a long-sleeved dress, like the red and white number Kate chose during her 2016 visit to Canada.
Kate's simple grey dress featuring a pleated skirt and three-quarter length sleeves is the perfect work outfit (including Zoom meetings, thanks to the fun details around the neckline).
While pregnant with Prince Louis, Kate chose a peachy maternity look: a floral dress with long sleeves.
The Duchess of Cambridge paired burgundy slacks with a grey blazer and heels in November 2019, the perfect office ensemble with a dash of fun color to keep it fun.
The royal mom looked lovely in lace for an October 2017 reception at Buckingham Palace, solidifying light blue as a staple fall color.