Duchess Kate Dons a Designer Coat She Wore Nearly a Decade Ago
Kate Middleton wore a kelly green Erdem coat to the Generation Earthshot Event on October 13, nearly a decade after first wearing it — photos
Kelly green is one of the hottest hues right now, according to Kate Middleton. On Wednesday, October 13, the duchess came out with her husband, Prince William, for an occasion where she wore the eye-catching color.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge attended the Generation Earthshot event in London’s Kew Gardens, where they discussed with students from The Heathland School about “how we can work together to heal our world.”
Perhaps the green costume, consisting of a collared Erdem coat and a matching Zara sweater, paired with black wide-leg belted slacks and Emmy London block heels, was inspired by the earth-focused event. A Cartier watch and Patrick Mavros Haka earrings completed her ensemble.
The green Erdem coat isn’t Middleton’s first time wearing it. It initially appeared in 2014 on her royal trip of New Zealand, and has since been a mainstay in her wardrobe. She wore the long coat as a dress at the time, accessorizing with a black clutch and matching heels.
The last time Meghan wore the coat was in 2016, when she went to St. Thomas Hospital in London with Prince William. She dressed it up in the same way she did two years ago, with black accessories and no tights.
Middleton’s favourite Erdem “Allie Coat” is unfortunately no longer available, but if you commit to exploring the internet, you might be able to buy it secondhand. However, because kelly green is so popular right now, you shouldn’t have trouble finding a similar look.
The Duchess of Cambridge is no stranger to wearing secondhand clothing. She’s given admirers a slew of rewears throughout the years, like her superbly cut blue Catherine Walker coat, her sleek and pink Mark & Spencer Trousers, and her unforgettably majestic Alexander McQueen gown, to name a few.
See? After all, Middleton is a lot like Us. There’s no shame in wearing the same outfit twice! This article was originally published in US Magazine by Marisa Petrarca. Google News is where you can keep up with us.