Kate Middleton definitely gets the gold medal for style at this year’s Olympic Games in London.
The Duchess of Cambridge has been sporting some of her best looks yet, but you don’t have to have a royal budget to dress like a future queen.
Tracey Lomrantz Lester, contributing style editor at Glamour magazine, visited “Good Morning America” today to discuss how you can get three of Middleton’s best Olympic outfits, each for a fraction of the cost.
Kate’s Gray Dress
Middleton wore this dress when she played a bit of ping-pong and soccer with some of the Olympic
Hobbs Check Wessex, $55, hobbs.co.uk
LuLu’s My Delicious Glow taupe suede espadrille wedges, $29, lulus.com
Lodis Accessories covered-buckle hip belt, $68, zappos.com
Kate’s Gallery Exhibit Look
The duchess wore a gorgeous blue dress by Stella McCartney to the opening of the National Portrait Gallery's Olympic exhibit. While Middleton is a royal and needs a little more coverage in the sleeves, you can still get her sophisticated, tailored look without the sleeves.
Banana Republic monogram crepe sheath dress, $150
Aldo Romelia pumps, $80, zappos.com
Necklace by R.J. Graziano
Kate’s Equestrian Look
The duchess sported a chic equestrian look when she greeted swimmers at the Olympics.
Blazer, Zara, $99.90
LL Bean French sailor shirt, $30
Levi's bold curve modern rise skinny jeans, $78
Nine West, $72, Endless.com
Magid clutch, $40, Endless.com