Every time the Duchess of Cambridge makes a public appearance, we can’t help but have all eyes on her outfit. Even though she has an enviable royal wardrobe we can only dream of replicating, Kate is known to be a fan of more affordable high street brands, too, like & Other Stories, ZARA and Boden.
The Duchess stepped out on Wednesday 15 September to meet soldiers involved in the evacuation of Afghanistan at RAF Brize Norton airbase, and she looked as smart and stylish as ever.
The last time we saw Kate appear in public was at the Euros 2020 final in July, where she wore a pair of £65 bright red beaded earrings from London-based brand Blaiz. Earlier this week, the Duchess opted for a pair of gold disc earrings to complement her outfit.
This isn’t the first time Kate Middleton has donned the gold earrings, which come from Irish brand All the Falling Stars. She’s worn them during a number of previous appearances, including when she spoke to London parents about how they had been helping each other through the pandemic, in September 2020.
All the Falling Stars only have 78 pairs of the gold earrings left in stock, so if you like the look of these, it’s best to snap them up before the ‘Kate Middleton effect’ happens and they sell out.
The earrings aren’t the only part of Kate’s look that she recycled recently, either. Recognise her navy blue trousers? That’s because she’s worn them before – one notable occasion being when she visited a school in East London alongside Prince William, in March this year.
The trousers, which are from high-street brand Jigsaw, are currently sold out. Although, the rest of Kate’s outfit is still in stock. Her cream silk blouse is £440 from Jane Atelier, while her £285 blazer is from Reiss. Kate’s navy heels can be bought from Emmy London for £395 and her handbag comes from British brand Trusting, costing £295.