Kate Middleton can't go anywhere without her every look being analyzed from head to toe. Now, a new report by British Vogue is pushing the envelope even further by, dare we say, over-analyzing the Duchess of Cambridge's style.
The February issue of UK Vogue hit newsstands Wednesday (Kate's 31st birthday), and it takes a more in-depth look at Kate's style than, perhaps, ever before. The magazine notes Prince William's wife wears her hats at a 50 degree angle to elongate her cheek bones, wears blue more than any other color, prefers boat neck tops and dresses (she's worn them to 42% of her royal duties), typically shows off 8.6 pearly whites when she smiles, and dons curls an average of 1 inch in diameter.
Dubbing the Kate Middleton style piece "Katepedia: A Study in Royal Style", Vogue attempts to offer readers an encyclopedia about the style choices of the most photographed woman in the world. In addition to the above, the Katepedia reveals the Duchess' most worn label since the royal engagement in November 2010, her perfect earring length, and the average price tag for outfits worn to engagements (it's $2,287).
Kate has yet to step out in public in 2013, leaving the world anxious for the first glimpse of a royal baby bump and her maternity fashion picks. Despite her absence in public, 10 days into this year, she had plenty of fashion hits in 2012. Check out our 2012 Duchess of Cambridge look book here and tell us what look was your favorite.