Be it during her royal duties or personal outings, Kate Middleton is more often than not dressed to the nines. Her style statements are inspiration-worthy and top fashion headlines every single time. Despite having back-to-back official commitments and three little children, the Duchess of Cambridge always looks put together – from her hair to outfit picks and accessories. Simplistic and minimal, her personal style shines through the ensembles she sports, owning her looks and making them look picture perfect. From all her sartorial choices, we love the versatile range of overcoats she has over the years, pairing them as is, with a top and trousers, a dress or a skirt. Take note as we breakdown the gorgeous lady’s best and different winter-appropriate looks:
- Look 1
Kate slipped on a double-breasted red wool coat during an October event in London. She opted for an Alexander McQueen number for the launch of the Hold Still campaign. She let the overcoat steal the limelight, with her white top and black pants barely showing. The duchess completed the look with a black bag and pointed black heels. Leaving her hair down, she donned a white mask and light eye makeup. The best part is that you do not need to go to a luxury designer for a similar look – high-street brands stock a myriad of double-breasted coats and they fit just as perfectly. All you need is a good eye!
- Look 2
Sporting a casual yet chic look, Kate was clad in a simple cashmere sweater and straight pants while paying a visit to the University of Derby. The Massimo Dutti checkered coat provided for a finesse and sophisticated touch. The simple gold chain and peep toes provided for a notable fall look.
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- Look 3
While she wore this look back in 2016, we can never get enough of it! From a chilly afternoon soiree to a date night, this outfit just screams classy every time we look back at it. Wearing Mulberry’s Paddington wool-and-mohair coat, the wife of Price William visited the Nelson Trust Women’s Centre in Gloucester. She coupled the overcoat with a monochrome tweed skirt featuring frayed edgings and buttons on one side alongside simple black stockings. The black turtleneck paved the way for an understated yet powerful look.