Kate Middleton's style is always pretty polished. But as of late, she's really been stepping it up (perhaps thanks to a reported new stylist). We're especially loving how she's been embracing fall vibes at royal engagements. And her latest look might be the strongest—and most autumnal—yet.
The Duchess of Cambridge visited one of her patronages, the Natural History Museum, this morning, wearing olive green and burgundy, two classic fall colors.
And once again she was able to mix high-end fashion with more affordable pieces. She's really been feeling the culottes trend and chose a high-waist pair from Jigsaw, the high street store where she worked as an accessories buyer before she married Prince William, currently on sale for $108. She paired them with a gorgeous sweater with some great detailing on the cuffs and at the neck that's only $50.
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On the accessories front, Middleton carried one of her favorite Chanel bags, a quilted burgundy bag with an enamel handle from the fall-winter 2016–17 collection.
She coordinated with Tod's stacked heels.
Then, of course, there's the duchess's number one accessory: that amazing hair. We're still obsessing over her new (ish) highlights which look perfect with all the fall tones in her outfit.
Middleton and William are gearing up for a royal tour of Pakistan starting next week, and while we're sad that Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis won't be joining them, we can't wait for all the fashion.
Originally Appeared on Glamour