It seems Camilla Parker Bowles’s New Year’s Resolution was to up her style game and she’s most definitely succeeding.
The 72-year-old Duchess of Cornwall paid a visit to the just-opened Bachory Village on Royal Deeside in Aberdeenshire, Scotland, earlier this week and modeled an ensemble that took matching to a whole new level.
The duchess selected a gray coat with a tartan collar and pocket accents for the event. As she toured the center’s sports facilities, including its pool, squash courts and various activity areas, we noticed that the skirt and top she wore under her coat were meticulously coordinated.
As you can see above, the Duchess of Rothesay (as she’s referred to while visiting Scotland) paired the coat with pleated knee-length skirt fashioned from the same tartan print and a gray sweater that’s the exact shade of her coat. She topped the look with black knee-high suede boots and her go-to DeMellier London Mini Venice handbag ($316). When we say go-to, we mean she literally has the purse in three different colors.
During her visit to Scotland, the Duchess of Rothesay made the most of her time. In addition to opening the Bachory Village, Camilla, who is also the chancellor of the University of Aberdeen, attended a graduation ceremony to bestow honorary degrees upon the Princess Royal, Princess Anne, and Professor Janet Darbyshire. Princess Ann received an honorary Doctor of Laws degree in recognition of her contribution to educational efforts and charities based in Scotland. Professor Darbyship was awarded an honorary Doctor of Science for her impact on clinical science.
One thing’s for sure: Camilla’s matching game is on point.