Kate Middleton knows her way around a pretty dress — but she’s also able to dress up or down depending on the occasion (the Duchess has even gone as far as to wear gumboots). But one of her more signature looks is definitely her prints. Ever a fan of the printed dress, the Duchess of Cambridge virtually spends spring and summer wrapped in an assortment of floral prints. Her trick to always getting it right? Erdem.
Helmed by Erdem Moralıoğlu, who was raised in London, Erdem has become a signature It girl Brit label. Loved by celebrities and socialites alike, the designer was even floated as a possible candidate to design Meghan Markle’s 2018 wedding dress. But, as Kate has proven time and time again, Erdem does day dresses best.
Whether she’s pairing it with boots, wedges or flats, the Duchess manages to pull off Erdem’s florals time and time again. From visiting the Chelsea Flower Show to attending the Trooping Of The Colour, Kate knows her way around an Erdem number. Below, we’ve rounded up our favourite moments between the British designer and the royal.
This story originally appeared on InStyle Australia