The Duchess of Cambridge wore an L.K. Bennett suit as she accompanied the Queen to Leicester
She’s proved to be a frugal shopper before with her love of affordable British high street brands, and the Duchess of Cambridge stepped out in yet another purse-friendly outfit today as she accompanied the Queen and Prince Philip on a royal visit to Leicester.
Kate chose a deep pine green collarless tailored jacket with a kick-pleat at the bottom that’s currently in the L.K. Bennett sale, reduced from £295 to £145. The stylish Duchess teamed it with a matching shift dress and black accessories inlcuding a leather belt to cinch in her tiny waist, suede courts, a clutch and a hat by milliner James Lock.
The newlywed joined her grandmother-in-law, who looked sweet in a cerise cashmere dress and coat by Angela Kelly, and the Duke of Edinburgh on a rail trip from London’s King’s Cross station to Leicester on the first date of the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee tour of the UK.
And it’s good news for fans of the Duchess’ style, because the jacket is still available on the L.K. Bennett website. However, we don’t expect the stock to last for long, so if you want to recreate Kate’s latest look click on over to the online store now to snap it up.
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