The Duchess Goes to Brooklyn: What Kate Middleton Should Wear Courtside

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On Monday night, the Duchess of Cambridge will head to Brooklyn’s Barclays Center to watch the Cleveland Cavaliers take on the hometown hosts, the Nets. Kate Middleton’s buttoned-up style seems like no match for the Williamsburg hipsters who lamented the opening of a neighborhood J.Crew. To fit in, Her Royal Highness should consider shedding the coat dresses and stockings, opting instead for more borough-appropriate looks. Because even a real-life princess should be dressed right for Queen Bey. 

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This is a look from Alexander Wang’s most recent runway show, but if the Duchess decided she wanted it, there’s no doubt it could be turned out just for her. Middleton would blend in with the Brooklyn crowd in these stylish separates.  

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Up and coming brand Baja East is making waves amongst the cool New York fashion scene. Their pieces, both cool and luxurious, would be a perfect fit for the Duchess. She might have to replace the crop top with an oxford, but still fashion-forward all the same. 

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Beyoncé, Ciara, and Rihanna have all been seen wearing this $365 Opening Ceremony OC Exclusive Varsity Jacket. Who wouldn’t want to be in with that very in crowd?  

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There’s no better time than sitting courtside to go full on Sporty Spice. A Herringbone Donegal Camp Cap from Supreme with flat brim would work well—and they come in nearly every color of the rainbow! 

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Nothing says ready for physical education more than a pair of sneakers. Seeing as Middleton won’t actually be running around, just sitting pretty, these Nike Air Max1 shoes, $140, serve multiple purposes. Also, they’re Liberty for London print so she’d be supporting a British brand in the process.