Kate Middleton's latest getup is a cable knit Alexander McQueen sweater dress with a sailor collar, designed by Sarah Burton. To us, the dress looks obviously inspired by Anne Shirley, the title character in Anne of Green Gables. (Anne often wore sailor collar blouses with her late 19th century floor length skirts.) Of course, we could be reaching. You see, Middleton and her prince are visiting Prince Edward Island--the Anne books take place in a town on the island called Avonlea. But maybe not, especially if Kate was as obsessed with author Lucy Maud Montgomery as we were.
This is getting out of control, but we're not complaining. For her seventh outfit change in Canada, Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton donned a cornflower blue dress by Canadian-bred/London-based designer Erdem, which accentuates her impossibly tiny waist. The couple is in Quebec City right now, and next they'll be travelling to Prince Edward Island, home of Kate's favorite childhood novel, Anne of Green Gables. There better be some puffed sleeves involved. For more on Kate's Canada outfits, click here.