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Home3amStyleKate Middleton, Duchess of CambridgeAll of Kate Middleton’s LK Bennett dresses, jackets, shoes and accessories over the yearsHer nude Sledge shoes and Natalie clutch are two of the Duchess of Cambridge’s most famous wardrobe staplesByDanielle StaceyMagazine Online Content Editor13:56, 6 DEC 2017Kate’s got quite a LK Bennett collection Get celebs updates directly to your inbox+ SubscribeThank you for subscribing!Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailWe all have our favourite high street stores we shop in time and time again, and for the Duchess of Cambridge , one of her go to brands is LK Bennett .Before her wedding in 2011, Kate was spotted in a few pieces from the British brand, but it was her patent black and raffia Maddox wedges, which helped to start the ‘Kate effect’ when she wore them with a Zara dress the day after her nuptials.Linda Kristin Bennett opened her first shop in Wimbledon in 1990, starting it out as a luxury footwear label, which became famous for its signature kitten heels. Ready to wear collections were introduced in 1998 and expansion overseas began in 2000, after the first in Paris.With a vision of bringing “a bit of Bond Street luxury to the High Street,” it’s no wonder that Kate is a fan of their flattering, printed dresses and leather shoes.We look back on all of her LK Bennett outfits and accessories, including her trusty Sledge pumps.The popular style also came in red and prompted LK Bennett to release an updated version ‘Lasana,’ which came in hot pink, yellow and black/pink. A number of celebs also jumped on the bandwagon, in particular, TV presenters Susanna Reid, Lorraine Kelly and Amanda Holden .It featured sheer chiffon sleeves and a keyhole opening at the back and Kate accessorised it with her navy suede Malory pumps from Rupert Sanderson .She wore the dress again, with her Hobbs ‘Celeste’ coat and a Lock Co hat, in August 2017 for a church service in Balmoral.The skater style frock is very similar to the Cayla dress, but the shorter length was perfect for a hot day in the captial. And of course, she teamed it with her LK Bennett Nina clutch (more on that later) and her suede Gianvito Rossi 105 courts in praline .