Kate Middleton Just Turned to Zara's Sister Brand to Complete Her Latest Look

Attending the Rugby World Cup at the Stade de Marseille in France over the weekend, Kate Middleton called-up a wardrobe hero she’s been reaching for for years: the classic white suit. Comprised of a single-breasted blazer and tailored flared trousers, the Alexander McQueen set has been a favourite of the Princess of Wales, seeing her through events in London and beyond on several occasions.

For the Rugby World Cup she kept her outfit simple and refined, choosing to style her suit set with an unexpected accessory. 

Known to dabble in high/low dressing, The Princess opted for a clutch bag from high street brand Massimo Dutti in a tonal off-white shade to neatly compliment her monochrome look. 


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Kate Middleton styled an Alexandra McQueen suit with a Massimo Dutti bag and Mappin & Webb jewellery.

Keeping her accessories to a minimum, Kate styled the look with white court shoes—a trending silhouette for the autumn/winter months, and her favourite earrings and necklace from Mappin & Webb.


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Kate Middleton re-wore her favourite earrings and necklace from jeweller Mappin & Webb.

Adding a relaxed element to her formal look, Kate wore her hair down and loosely waved, parting it in the middle to allow her flowing locks to frame her face. For makeup, The Princess of Wales wore her signature smokey eye with a dash of black eyeliner and a lick of mascara. Brightening her complexion she opted for a rosy cheek and subtle, pink shade on her lips.

Kate's tonal dressing and relaxed make-up style culminated in a look that is both effortlessly chic and easy to copy. Read on to shop Kate's style.



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Natalie Munro
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