Kate Middleton adds to her stylish wardrobe on a shopping trip to the King's Road
She’s proved to be a frugal shopper before, with her love of affordable British high street brands, and the Duchess of Cambridge bagged yet another bargain yesterday as she picked up some winter sale items when she hit the shops in Chelsea.
According to sources, Kate was spotted browsing the stores along the King’s Road in the plus west London district, where she popped into the Anonymous by Ross+Bute boutique and she tried on a number of items.
With an eye for a bargain, she finally plumped for a knitted purple top, with embellishment detailing around the neckline, that had been reduced in the sale from £169 down to £84.50.
And it’s good news for fans of the Duchess’ style, because we’ve just spotted the top on the Anonymous by Ross+Bute website, with all sizes still available.
However, we don’t expect that to be the case for much longer, if recently released research is anything to go by. According to a new retail study, women spend an average of £250 each trying to look like the Duchess of Cambridge.
From her elegant Reiss dresses and her classic Burberry trench to the blue Issa number she wore for her engagement announcement – anything Kate wears sells out instantly.
So, if you want to recreate the Duchess’ latest look with her new purple top, be quick before they all go.