The Top Ten Cathy Cambridge Gowns Of All Time (According to Us)

Posted on March 18, 2020

Why? You know why. Let’s go waste some time and brain cell, kittens!

 

 

10: Gucci for the Women in Finance Gala, February 2019

The picks on this list fall into two categories: stately, conservative royal looks and looks that show a little sass, personality and modernity. This falls into the latter category. The bust is a bit flattening in effect, but the soft pinks are a notably unusual choice for the Duchess.

 

 

9. Erdem for the Women in Hedge Funds Gala Dinner, October 2015

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Bold! Sassy! Brilliantly colored and patterned! All the things we wish she’d do more!

 

 

8. Jenny Packham for the East Anglia Children’s Hospices Gala Dinner, June 2016
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Mrs. Cathy loves herself some neutral eleganza and while we’ll always be partial to the bolder looks, she really nailed it with this one.

 

7. Erdem for the British Embassy Dinner in Sweden, January 2018

Controversy on the list! We will go so far as to admit that this print is borderline garish and might even be considered a bit ugly, but again, we love her best when she’s stepping outside her comfort zone.

 

 

 

6. Jenny Packham for the Buckingham Palace Diplomatic Reception, December 2018

But like we said, sometimes the Royal Drag is just too good with her. This is somewhat plain, but it’s pure Disney fantasy.

 

 

5. Alexander McQueen for the BAFTA Awards, February 2019

Modern, simple and elegant.

 

 

 

4. Alexander McQueen for the State Banquet, October 2018

More controversy! We recall many a kitten hating this one, but to us it look like pure “Queen Elizabeth circa 1955.”

 

 

3. Alexander McQueen for the BAFTA Awards, February 2017

Outside of funerals and memorials, she rarely wears black – even more rare than her use of prints, which make this boldly dramatic McQueen a standout.

 

 

2. Jenny Packham for a State Dinner during the royal tour of Pakistan, October 2019

One thing she’s really good at that she only deploys sporadically: Pure Royal Glam.

 

1. Alexander McQueen at the BAFTA Awards, February 2020

To us, this is the epitome of Cathy Cambridge style. It’s royal, it’s glam, it’s elegant, and it’s just a touch modern.

Now, remember! The entire point of these lists is to piss you off and generate “I CAN’T BELIEVE YOU DIDN’T INCLUDE” outraged responses, so get to it, darlings!

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