Kate has been serving up some great high street looks recently, causing items to sell out instantly – as always happens the moment the royal wears anything from the high street, as she often does.
First, the Duchess of Cambridge wowed us back in March in a gorgeous pink patterned blouse from Boden for a virtual call with Jasmine Harrison, the youngest woman to solo row the Atlantic. Of course, the blouse instantly sold out, and similar styles of the blouse at Boden are also disappearing at an alarming rate. It was also noted that Kate accessorised her outfit with (what seem to be) one of her favourite pairs of earrings, her Missoma
Then, as schools across England reopened in March, the Duchess made her first in-person appearance of 2021 at an east London school to congratulate teachers on their efforts to reopen the school following lockdown restrictions. It’s already been spotted that she wore Boden for the second time in a week, opting for the brand’s bright prink scallop-edged jumper.
We also know exactly where Kate got her chunky chain-style gold hoop earrings from that she accessorised her outfit with for the occasion. From jewellery brand Orelia, they are the brand’s Chain Huggie Hoop Earrings – and they only cost £15.
Just like everything else the duchess wears, we predict these Kate Middleton Orelia earrings will be another sellout, but they are still in stock for now, so we suggest ‘adding to basket’ quick. They’re also available in silver if that’s more your style.
Proving her love for her affordable earrings, the Duchess has since worn the pair several times since. Later in March, she popped them back on to film a video with Prince William in support of the Time to Change campaign to end mental health stigma.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have shared a message thanking everyone who has been part of Time to Change’s campaign to end mental health stigma.
— Time to Change (@TimetoChange) March 25, 2021
Most recently, we spotted the Kate Middleton Orelia earrings hanging from the royal’s earlobes multiple times while on her official royal tour of Scotland with the Duke of Cambridge this May.
She first wore them for the couple’s trip to West Sands beach in St Andrews to take part in a spot of land yachting, before donning them again on the following day for a visit to the Lawn Tennis Association’s Youth programme at Craiglockhart Tennis Centre in Edinburgh.