Kate Middleton first wore the blue boucle Missoni coat for an outing to Fortnum & Mason back in March
Kate Middleton is fast becoming the Queen of style recycling. After sporting several fashion re-runs in recent weeks, the Duchess of Cambridge re-wore yet another of her designer items on a Jubilee outing today: a blue boucle M Missioni coat.
Kate first wore the collarless blue boucle coat from the labell’s autumn/winter 2010 collection, on an outing to Fortnum & Mason with the Queen and Duchess of Cornwall back in March.
At the time Kate teamed her look with grey suede Rupert Sanderson heels, her usual voluminous tresses and some Links of London earrings.
Fast forward three months, and Kate reached for the designer item once again, this time for a Jubilee outing in Nottingham with Prince William and the Queen.
This time, the Duchess added shiny block heels and a Jaeger quilted black clutch.
And Kate’s coat wasn’t the only piece of style recycling on show.
The Duchess topped off her look with a smart navy hat, first seen teamed with a navy Alexander McQueen coat to visit the Irish Guards at Victoria Barracks in Windsor last year.
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