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Duchess of Cambridge tops fashion poll

Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge and Jennifer Aniston have been voted best dressed by a new U.K. poll, while Rita Ora is named one of the worst dressed celebrities.

Britain’s Duchess of Cambridge has beaten off stiff competition to land the top spot on a new best dressed list.

The royal has been lauded for her fashion choices ever since she started dating Prince William, with shops often selling out of clothes minutes after Catherine is seen wearing them.

In a new poll by fashion e-tailer Kaleidoscope, customers were asked to rate and slate celebrities’ wardrobe choices. The women surveyed were asked to pick the best and worst celebrity style icons, with Catherine coming in first place with a massive 56 per cent of the votes. Jennifer Aniston nabbed the second spot, garnering 41 per cent, while Sienna Miller’s 33 per cent got her the bronze medal.

Models of the moment Kendall Jenner and Gigi Hadid also received votes, with the beauties receiving 15 per cent and 10 per cent respectively.

There were plenty of celebrities that didn’t fare as well though. Glamour model-turned-businesswoman Katie Price scored the highest when poll participants were asked whose style left a lot to be desired, cleaning up with 64 per cent of the votes. Popstar Cheryl came in second with 41 per cent, after drawing criticism for an ill-fitting dress she wore to the wedding of boyfriend Liam Payne’ sister in June (16).

Rita Ora’s 38 per cent of vote meant she came in third.

“It’s very interesting to see people’s perception of classic summer style and how people consider simple, elegant outfits as the most stylish,” Kaleidoscope fashion designer Kirsten Emery told Cover Media. “It’s great to see Catherine has been selected as the personality with the best summer style - she always looks so polished and elegant, often wearing flattering, feminine shapes in fresh summer prints which are ideal for a hot summer day.”

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