For the dedication and unveiling of a new memorial for members of the armed services who died in the Iraq and Afghanistan wars on Thursday in London, the Duchess of Cambridge stepped out in a blue tweed coat from Michael Kors, which just so happens to a long-standing favorite.
Forgoing a more somber black outfit, the royal paired the fit-and-flare jacket (which originally retailed for $2,995) with matching gloves and suede pumps. She also coordinated her hat, a seemingly new wide-brimmed topper that gave off major Audrey Hepburn vibes.
My first thought upon seeing Kate's hat today: Audrey! ???? pic.twitter.com/6kynkE5aAs
— Katie (@Katiemidleton) March 9, 2017
The Michael Kors coat is one she’s worn to another memorial previously; Australia and New Zealand’s remembrance day in April 2014.
On this day, she wore a hat of a similar shade but of a pillbox design.
For that occasion, she went around the garden hat free, but instead opted for nude heels.
Whichever version of the outfit you prefer, it’s clear why it’s a go-to.
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