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The Duchess of Cambridge is the most stylish woman of 2014 after being given the crown in a poll of 2,000 Britons who voted for their most fashionable celebrity. She was closely followed by Victoria Beckham and Cheryl Fernandez-Versini. We take a look at some of her most beautiful outfits of the past year and how her look has taken a slightly more daring turn....
Middleton wore one of her most risqué outfits at The Natural History Museum. The Duchess wore this mullet gown by British designer Jenny Packham with a pair of peep-toe nude heels with ankle strap. Picture: Getty
The Duchess loves lace and this dress by Diane Von Furstenberg looked fabulous on her. She teamed her frock with 'Lola' blue topaz hoops by Kiki McDonough for the Royal Variety Performance.
We love this white dress with laser-cut sleeves by Texas-born designer Lela Rose.
The Duchess of Cambridge loves wearing British brands and Temperley London is one of them. Famous for its pretty, feminine and boho dresses, Temperley has also been worn by Kate's sister, Pippa.
The Duchess loves Jenny Packham and often wears her designs. We really like this elegant navy blue dress Kate wore at the National Portrait Gallery.
Kate Middleton hasn't forgotten her non royal roots and she's as comfortable in high street fashion as she is in designer's. The Duchess wore this pretty Jaeger crepe dress at the America's Cup event at the National Maritime Museum in Greenwich, London. Picture: Rex
If it's not a dress by Jenny Packham, it's a top and skirt by the British designer! Kate goes for a less formal look here, in a polka dot peplum top and satin midnight blue skirt.
Being the Duchess of Cambridge has plenty of good points, such as getting designer Catherine Walker to custom make her this bright green coat dress which Middleton wore during this year's tour of New Zealand and Australia.
Kate has an excellent eye for gorgeous high street pieces, such as this poppy print dress by L.K. Bennett.
Kate Middleton hasn't forgotten her first fashion love: Alexander McQueen, the brand that designed her famous wedding dress. Here she wears pale pink separates by the designer.
Kate wore this yellow shift dress by Roksanda Ilincic during her Antipodean tour. She revealed that Prince William likened her to a banana. Very ungentlemanly Will! We love this shade on the permanently tanned Duchess.
Pregnant Kate knows what flatters her figure and shift dresses look great on the athletic royal. We also love the bright shade of this dress by Katherine Hooker. Picture: Getty
More Alexander McQueen for the Duchess, which she teams up with a Jane Taylor hat.
Kate showed off quite the wardrobe during the royal tour of New Zealand and Australia this year. This beautiful evening dress with crystal embellishment was custom made by Jenny Packham, one of the Duchess's go to designers.
The Duchess wore this lovely blue and white itak batik print dress by Diane von Furstenberg in Australia.