Minus 10 years: Kate Middleton's 5 favourite shades that make her look younger. Photo of the images
The wife of the heir to the British throne, Prince William, Princess Kate Middleton of Wales always looks sophisticated and elegant. Her outfits successfully emphasise her figure and colour type, visually stretch her silhouette and refresh her.
Why does Katherine not look her age - 41? Of course, thanks to a healthy diet, active sports and beauty treatments. The right colours of clothes also help. In the OBOZREVATEL article, we tell you which palette the Duchess prefers.
1. White and milky
Things in white shades make any look light and delicate. They visually rejuvenate and make the eyes more expressive. Kate is convinced that this really works, so she often chooses clothes in a similar palette (midi dresses, suits, jackets and coats). Spectacular and minimalist outfits emphasise the nobility of the Duchess's appearance and status.
2. Lemon and pale yellow
Kate mostly wears a pastel palette and a delicate shade of lemon. After all, these colours are less capricious compared to rich yellow. Less often - bright lemon. The princess chooses laconic dresses without additional decor and complex design. Sometimes she styles them with matching hats.
3. Dark blue and blue
Noble blue is one of the favourite colours of royalty. Catherine wears outfits in this palette in winter, while in warm weather she prefers shades of blue and basil. These can be suits, coats, jackets and dresses. They are harmoniously combined with her skin tone and emphasise her grey-green eyes.
4. Red and burgundy
The Duchess of Cambridge wears both red and crimson and burgundy shades. But it is in bright red that she looks the most impressive and statusy. As it successfully emphasises hair colour and skin tone, and is also associated with energy, love and passion.
5. Pink, powder and mauve
In delicate shades of pink and lilac, Kate looks the most harmonious, light and carefree. She chooses suits with trousers, laconic dresses and long coats in this palette. Such wardrobe items improve skin tone and make it more radiant.
Earlier, OBOZREVATEL wrote about 5 cases when Kate Middleton and Prince William's children wore each other's clothes.