Kate Middleton is an absolute reference in terms of fashion.
The outfits of the Duchess of Cambridge are always observed and copied.
The yellow dress worn by Kate Middleton at the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee mass caused searches to explode on Google Trends.
Kate Middleton’s reputation as a fashion icon is well established. After almost every public appearance of the Duchess of Cambridge, we can expect a very predictable phenomenon. We tear off the model of dress, coat or shoes of the queen of British fashion the next day. To attend the service of thanksgiving of Queen Elizabeth of England, 96, for her 70 years of reign, Kate Middleton, 40, bet on a magnificent lemon yellow dress. In addition to the magnificence of the dress, this vibrant and summery color turns out to be one of the Duchess of Cambridge’s favorite colors.
Relaying information from the Daily Mail, the magazine Gala reveals that “Kate Middleton has exploded the number of searches for a yellow dress by 140% on google trends”. The magazine defines the lemon yellow color of the sublime dress of the wife of Prince William, 39, as being “the most solar color of this summer of 2022”. Kate Middleton’s famous dress that is exploding search records on Google Trends is a long dress by Emilia Wickstead. After the appearance of Prince William’s wife in this dress, it turned out that searches for “yellow dresses to wear to a wedding” also increased by 200%.
Kate Middleton: The Duchess of Cambridge’s yellow is the color of summer 2022
Everyone agrees that Kate Middleton is a fashion influencer in her own right. But Gala also explains the phenomenon created by Kate Middleton’s yellow dress on June 3, 2022 by the fact that yellow symbolizes summer. According to Rochelle White, a celebrity stylist, yellow is a color “synonymous with happiness and warmth”. The stylist also points out that crowned heads aren’t the only ones who love this hot summer color. Actresses like Anne Hathaway and Eva Longoria also love the color yellow.
Catherine (Kate) Middleton, Duchess of Cambridge © Julien Burton