Looking elevated every single time you step out of the door is no small feat, but it's something that Catherine, Princess of Wales, manages to do on the regular. Whether she's re-wearing her favourite & Other Stories jeans with chic blazer or treating us to another impeccable red carpet ensemble (which, if you follow her glitzy track record, likely involves The Vampire's Wife or Alessandra Rich dresses), she looks polished at every turn.
Further proof of this theory was evidenced today when Kate visited Scarborough alongside her husband, Prince William, during which they met with a young people’s mental health organisation and community focused organisation, both of which are funded in partnership with The Royal Foundation. While I can think of so many of her impressive looks from the archives, this one might be up there amongst my favourites.
Opting for a timeless Max & Co camel coat, Kate masterfully matched the rest of her outfit to it to create high-end finish. This, in the fashion industry, is called monochroming—wearing one shade top-to-toe—and is the very styling trick editors and influencers use when they want to look expensive and put together.
Underneath it she wore a knitted midi, which just so happens to be our favourite dress style to wear at this time of year, which she then finished with pieces we've seen before—a handbag from DeMellier and heels from Ralph Lauren. New in this outfit mix, however, is a waist-belt from affordable Brit brand, Boden, but I have no doubt it won't be the last we see of it now that it's been inaugurated into Catherine's wardrobe.
Continue on to shop Kate's exact pieces, then see my favourite camel items to shop now.