How Kate uses a pussybow to add a feminine touch to business attire

She’s got it all tied up… How the Princess of Wales uses elegant pussy bows to add a feminine touch to her business wardrobe

  • The pussy bow neckline has become a signature style for the Princess of Wales
  • She first wore a pussy bow blouse in 2019, wearing a Gucci blouse back to front

A pussy bow has become a signature look for Kate, the Princess of Wales, who has regularly worn the classic style to add femininity to her workday attire.

In a pussy bow blouse with trousers or matching pant suit, Kate has given the impression of professionalism with a touch of charm while out on her royal duties.

But she has also chosen the neckline for glamorous events and celebrations, including wearing a coral dress with a pussybow for nephew Archie’s christening in 2019.

The princess made a memorable first appearance in a pussybow blouse from Gucci in the same year it was discovered she wore the top back to front.

The Princess of Wales wore a pussybow blouse to add a feminine touch to her Roland Mouret burgundy power suit while on tour in the US

The pussybow added a playful touch to Kate’s workwear as she wore a custom green Burberry blouse to visit schoolchildren in east London in January 2023

Kate made a memorable first appearance in a pussybow wearing her Gucci blouse back to front in 2019

Kate looked sophisticated and smart in a silk Winser London blouse paired with a powder blue jacket for a visit to the PIPS charity

She has continued to opt for the versatile look, wearing a green blouse with a tied bow to promote her new Early Years campaign which aims to ‘give generations of children the best start in life.’

The style could be an unwitting tribute to Princess Diana who famously wore a white pussybow blouse with a blue suit when announcing her engagement to Charles in 1981.

Stylist Susie Hasler, who runs Style by Susie, told MailOnline that the popular royal look gives the opportunity for ‘very different styles’ while being flattering for ‘all shapes’.

She added: ‘Kate is traditional and feminine with the clothes she wears – that’s why she has her bow tied up.

‘Because of her place in the royal family, she always opts for clothes that are much more formal and conservative.’

Other royals have chosen to wear the feminine but formal style, with Meghan Markle opting for a floaty blouse with a loose pussybow in a more ‘relaxed’ look.

Finishing off the outfit with an Alexander McQueen tuxedo, Susie said: ‘Meghan’s style is much more relaxed. Her clothes are more tailored, with a masculine edge. She doesn’t really go for super feminine cuts.’

The Princess of Wales opted for an elegant coral dress with a pussybow and a matching headband for her nephew, Archie’s christening in 2019

She donned an eye-catching zigzag-patterned pussybow blouse for a trip to Birmingham in 2020

Kate stunned in a pale pink floral dress with a pussybow to mark World Mental Health Day in 2016

The princess wore another floral dress topped with a pussybow to visit the Princess Diana memorial garden in Kensington Gardens in 2017

Kate wore a pussybow dress from the high street – a houndstooth dress from Zara to UCL in 2021

And appearing on A Berry Royal Christmas in 2019 she again opted for a pussybow dress

Kate looked sophisticated and composed in a pink pussybow blouse and burgundy Roland Mouret power suit on the first full day of her US tour with Prince William, just hours after Prince Harry and Meghan Markle released an explosive trailer for their Netflix documentary last year.

She wore a similar pale blue silk Winser London blouse teamed with a longline powder blue coat for a gentler impression to visit the PIPS (Public Initiative for Prevention of Suicide and Self Harm) charity in Belfast, which provides support to individuals who are considering, or who have at some point considered, ending their own lives.

Kate kept the versatile look when the visit took a more playful turn as she and Prince William took part in a cocktail-making race at an outdoor market in the city.

Princess Diana finished off her blue suit with a white pussybow blouse for the official announcement of her engagement to Charles in 1981

The princess has even sported pussybow looks from the high street, recycling a £16 black and white houndstooth dress from Zara partnered with eye-catching patent grey high heels on a visit to University College London in 2021.

Kate had worn the dress, reduced from £89.99, on a trip to Bradford earlier that year and it had already sold out online when she made her appearance.

The mother-of-three has an extensive collection of pussybow dresses, wearing an elegant pale pink floral dress to mark World Mental Health Day with Prince William and Prince Harry in 2016.

She sported a festive interpretation of the style when she appeared on Mary Berry’s A Berry Royal Christmas with her husband in 2019, choosing a red patterned dress for the show.

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