Kate Middleton's Travel Style: You Don't Have to Be a Royal to Dress Like a Princess

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WATCH Kate Middleton Fashion: Royal Look for Less

Kate Middleton set the fashion bar high at her lavish royal wedding to Prince William in April and now she's wowing the world again with her stylish fashion choices on her first official trip overseas.

The Duchess of Cambridge may have packed no less than 40 designer dresses for her North American tour.

But you don't have to have a royal budget or an overseas trip planned to look like a princess. People StyleWatch took three of Kate's glamorous looks and recreated them at a price within your budget.

Kate Dimmock, fashion director for People magazine's StyleWatch, appeared on "Good Morning America" today to show you how you can get Middleton's style for less.

Lace Navy Dress

Middleton made her Canadian debut in a navy, lace Cecile shift scoop-backed dress by Erdem Moralioglu featuring sheer lace sleeves accented by scallop detail.

For Less:

American Apparel floral lace dress, $55; americanapparel.com

American Apparel ribbed cotton dress, $26; americanapparel.com

Chinese Laundry heels, $69.95; chineselaundry.com

Carlo Fellini clutch, $28.80; eBags.com

Fantasy Jewelry Box pear drop earrings, $28.95; fantasyjewelrybox.com

Kate has worn a few navy blue outfits along the trip, and the great news is it's a flattering shade for all skin tones. The lace is sexy, but Kate makes it appropriate with a buttoned-up neckline and sleeves. The nude shoes help to lengthen her legs. Nude and navy are a great color combination and perfect for summer.

Cream Wrap Dress

To celebrate Canada Day, Middleton transformed the nation's colors, red and white, into a fashion statement with a cream, wrap-style dress by Reiss featuring ruffle details and a low neckline. She accessorized the look with the queen's maple leaf brooch, red pumps and, of course, a signature hat, in this case a maple-leaf fascinator by Sylvia Fletcher at Lock and Co.

For Less:

Lulu's white ruffle dress, $52; lulus.com

Forever 21 hair clips, $1.50/2; forever21.com

Sophie Theallet for Nine West bag, $62; ninewest.com for stores

Type Z pumps, $85; zappos.com

This dress is sleeveless, unlike Kate's. White dresses are very in for summer; they have replaced your standard little black dress. The straw bag is also nice and summery and adds good texture to the outfit. Additionally, the model is wearing four flowery red barrettes, which have the same feeling as Kate's fascinator, but is a more wearable, accessible look. The red accessories help make the outfit and are a great way to add color.

Long-Sleeved Purple Dress

Middleton upped the glam factor later in the day on Canada Day, changing into a long-sleeved purple dress by Issa and Prada heels to join Prince William for an evening concert held to commemorate the nation's 144th birthday.

For Less:

Old Navy dress, $29.50; oldnavy.com

RJ Graziano earrings, $65; R.J. Graziano, 212-685-1248

Forever 21 clutch, $15.80; forever21.com for stores

Jessica Simpson heels, $89; piperlime.com

Monet silver pin, $18.75; amazon.com

Bright, saturated colors are a big trend this season. The sleeves and silhouette of this dress are universally flattering, and black heels finish off the look. The silver abstract pin helps to pull the outfit together and is an interesting accessory.

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