What a bargain...
Kate Middleton's Wimbledon outfits were nothing short of spectacular. From polka dot prints to sunshine yellow dresses, it's safe to say that the Duchess of Cambridge stole the spotlight with her looks.
However, there was one accessory in particular that caught our eye. On Saturday, Kate was seen watching the Men's Doubles Final at the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club, keeping herself cool in a stylish straw hat.
How chic? The best news is that the Duchess's accessory was a high street buy, from none other than one of her favourite fashion brands, L.K. Bennett.
The 'Saffron Straw Floppy Sun Hat' is a bargain at £59, and gave the royal's outfit a touch of vintage glamour while protecting her from the heat.
Sadly, it is currently sold out online (that's 'the Kate effect' for you), however we've sourced lots of similar styles for you to shop.
Get the look: Kate Middleton's summer hat:
The Duchess paired the statement hat with a sunshine yellow dress by Roksanda, white heels by Gianvito Rossi and matching yellow diamond earrings. Perfection.
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Grace Lindsay is currently Junior Beauty Editor at Who What Wear UK and previously was Marie Claire UK's E-Commerce Writer. With over three years of experience in the fashion and beauty industry, she covers everything from the best make-up and skincare deals to how to shop the stand out trends of the season. When she's not typing away at her laptop, Grace can be found shopping her favourite vintage markets IRL, or catching up on her never-ending list of books to read.
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