The Princess Of Wales’s New Style Formula Is Easy To Recreate At Home
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The Princess Of Wales’s New Style Formula Is Easy To Recreate At Home

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From re-wearing outfits to choosing modern classics, Kate Middleton is the hitting all the right notes.

There are certain styles the Princess of Wales will turn to time and time again—whether it’s her Catherine Walker coat dresses or sharp tailoring from Alexander McQueen. When she finds a look that works for her, she sticks to it, proving what a few hard-working staple pieces in your wardrobe can do. 

It seems that Kate has found a new style formula of late: a belted knitted dress or coordinating separates under a classic winter coat. The royal went for the same combination again today for a visit to the Foxcubs Nursery in Luton, opting for a burnt-orange polo-neck and matching skirt by Gabriela Hearst—a sustainably-minded designer who’s become a new go-to for the Princess. Continuing her eco-conscious approach, she rewore a camel coat by Massimo Dutti over the top, finishing off the look with brown wedge boots and a matching clutch bag.

The Princess of Wales wearing orange knitted separates by Gabriela Hearst, teamed with a camel coat by Massimo Dutti. WPA Pool/Getty Images

Kate previously showcased her new go-to winter ensemble during a visit to Boston in December, this time teaming her Gabriela Hearst separates with a double-breasted coat from Alexander McQueen. She also wore a knitted camel dress by the New York-based designer for a visit to Scarborough in November, teamed with a matching camel coat by Max & Co. Just days later at a Ruby League World Cup match, she sported a burgundy polo-neck jumper by the brand, with a poppy-red coat by Alexander McQueen. 

The simplicity of the Princess’s winter wardrobe makes it easy to recreate at home: invest in a few well-made basics that can be worn repeatedly in the years to come. All the better if they come with the sustainable credentials to match, too. 

Kate wearing a camel dress by Gabriela Hearst, teamed with a matching coat by Max & Co. Karwai Tang
The royal wearing a tartan Holland & Cooper coat, teamed with a navy knitted dress underneath, again belted at the waist. Karwai Tang

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This article was originally published on British Vogue.

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