Fashion Face-Off: Kate Middleton vs. Meghan Markle
10. The Metallic Number
Metallic is a hard trend to pull off without looking tacky, especially when you’re someone as polished and put-together as a princess! In 2013, Kate Middleton stepped out to the Tusk foundation gala dinner at The Royal Society in London wearing this floor-length glittering gown designed by Jenny Packham. She paired the dazzling dress with a simple arm cuff and let her hair fall in voluminous layers framing her face.
In 2015, Markle attended the CFDA Vogue Fashion Fund Awards wearing a metallic number of her own! The short and sassy dress featured a plunging neckline, long sleeves and unique pocket detailing. She paired the high-shine garment with a trendy box clutch and left her hair wavy and loose. Markle kept her makeup natural, but went heavier on the eyes with a smokey gunmetal look. Who wore metallic better –Markle or Middleton?
9. The Asymmetrical Gown
In 2012 Kate Middleton stepped out at UK’s Creative Industries Reception at the Royal Academy of Arts wearing a pale lilac dress that featured a modest asymmetrical neckline and waist-cinching pleated detail. She paired the flattering dress with a sleek updo, dainty hoop earrings and a tiny metallic clutch.
In 2013, Meghan Markle attended the 4th Annual UNICEF Masquerade Ball wearing her own asymmetrical number that featured a one-shoulder detail. Her dress was made of a luxurious silk fabric and featured an extravagant shoulder detailing that was quite avant-garde inspired. She tucked her dark tresses behind her ears and paired the look with a red mini-clutch. Who wore asymmetrical necklines better?