All the fascinating statistics of Kate Middleton's flawless style
Vogue compiles interesting stats in regards to Kate Middleton's style.
Tell us: What’s your favorite statistic out of these?
Have you ever wondered how many dresses the Duchess of Cambridge takes with her on vacation, or what her favorite shoe brand is? Well now you can learn everything you ever wanted to know about Kate’s makeup, hair and wardrobe (and even her teeth), thanks to Vogue.
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The fashion bible has taken the work out of figuring all of that out for us by compiling a detailed, comprehensive guide to the style of Kate Middleton in its February issue. All in all, it’s nothing short of fab.
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Let’s take a look at some of the most fascinating stats, as reported by the Daily Mail:
Her favorite color is blue, which she has worn on 24 percent of occasions.
Most outfits come from LK Bennett – worn on 28 public occasions, with Alexander McQueen followed as next favorite label.
She took 61 items of clothing to SE Asia, at an average cost of 1,427 pounds ($2280.00) per outfit (compared to 4,270 ($6840.00) for Diana).
She wears a glossy ‘chelsea blow dry’ 73.4 percent of the time and has a hair dresser on call 24 hours a day.
Her hats/fascinators are always to the right at a 50 degree angle.
Her favorite shoes are buy Stuart Weitzman, followed by Jimmy Choo.
She shows an average of 8.6 teeth when she smiles.
And now that we know where she buys her outfits, how her teeth look so white and the name of her enviable glossy ‘do, we’re that much closer to royalty (well, maybe not. But regardless it was pretty entertaining to read them.)
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