Lavender McQueen Gown
Kate Middleton’s 2011 BAFTA look was a showstopper. She wore a stunning lavender gown by Alexander McQueen, which featured a fitted bodice and a flowing skirt. The dress was cinched at the waist with a sparkling lavender ribbon, adding elegance to the look.
She paired the dress with a sparkling silver clutch and matching heels, with a beautiful diamond bracelet and earrings that are believed to be a present from Charles shortly after her wedding with William.
What made this look even more special was that it was the first time Kate Middleton had attended the BAFTAs, and she had only been married to Prince William for less than a year.
Her outfit choice was a nod to her late mother-in-law, Princess Diana, who wore a white one-shoulder gown to a charity event in 1989.
Bardot McQueen dress
Green Jenny Packham gown
The 2018 Forest Green Jenny Packham Gown Kate made a bold statement in 2018 when she wore a forest green gown by Jenny Packham. The dress featured a flowing skirt, long sleeves, and a black ribbon at the waist.
The deep green color complemented Kate’s complexion perfectly, and she accessorized with diamond earrings and a matching bracelet. Her hair was styled in a chic updo, highlighting her natural beauty.
White fairytale gown
The 2019 One-Shoulder White Alexander McQueen Gown In 2019, Kate opted for a classic white gown by Alexander McQueen. The one-shoulder dress featured a fitted bodice and a flowing skirt with a thigh-high slit.
Kate accessorized with sparkling diamond earrings and a matching bracelet, and her hair was styled in loose curls. The elegant ensemble was a departure from her more daring choices in previous years, but she still turned heads on the red carpet.
Recycled McQueen gown
The 2020 Gold and White Alexander McQueen Gown For the 2020 BAFTA Awards, Kate chose a stunning gold and white gown by Alexander McQueen. The dress featured a fitted bodice, a flowing skirt, and intricate floral detailing. Kate paired the dress with gold earrings and a matching clutch, , and her hair was styled in loose waves.
Another recycled gown
On Sunday evening, Kate Middleton taught us how to upcycle at the BAFTAs. The Princess of Wales walked the red carpet in a traditional white one-shoulder gown redesigned for a different aesthetic.
Kate paired the gown with cool-tone accents when she first presented it in 2019. The end product was a demure, Princess-like appearance. She added drama this year with a mix of gold and black, particularly the gold floral statement earrings and long black opera gloves.