Erdem Moralioglu's ivory lace dress with applique is the epitome of youth and loveliness; traits the princess carries with aplomb. We doubt the Nicholas Kirkwood ballet-inspired heels would be approved by her royal entourage, but us girls can dream. (Photo courtesy of IMAXTree.com)
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Pink Tartan: Designer Kimberly Newport-Mimran took to the '70s disco trend quite literally in her spring 2011 collection. Our favourite moments were had when models came down the runway in neon bright, monochromatic looks. We think Kate's willowy frame would shine in this acid-green look above. It's a decidedly modern look for the modern bride; plus, we love the wooden platforms (and have a feeling she would, too). (Photo courtesy of Jenna Wakani)[caption id="attachment_4730" align="aligncenter" width="372" caption="Joe Fresh, Spring 2011"] [/caption] Joe Fresh: A cheeky nod to her husband's military career, this outfit looks chic and playful as is, but could also work well as separates. Considering Kate eschewed hiring a personal stylist to help her dress for her ever-growing list of engagements, the Duchess will have to learn the ropes of savvy packing. (Photo courtesy of Jenna Wakani) [caption id="attachment_4731" align="aligncenter" width="385" caption="Jeremy Laing, Spring 2011"] [/caption]
Jeremy Laing: Sexy yet sophisticated, this paneled dress is perfection. Draped on the body just so, Kate will appreciate its refinement and edge. (Photo courtesy of IMAXTree.com)
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