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The Duchess of Cambridge has a knack for finding staple fashion pieces at a reasonable price. Whilst she still opts for pieces on the designer end of the scale, her eye for a high-street investment piece makes her wardrobe even more covetable .
In April, the duchess chose a double-breasted blazer from Reiss to visit the London headquarters of the Disasters Emergency Committee (DEC) alongside Prince William, to discuss their ongoing support for the conflict in Ukraine.
The tailored beige was an instant hit, but its not the first time that Kate, 40, has been spotted in the chic high-street tailored blazer.
Back in September 2021, the Duchess of Cambridge visited the RAF Prize Norton base to meet service members who supported the evacuation efforts from Afghanistan.
Unsurprisingly on both occasions, the so-called 'Kate effect' saw the easy-to-wear item of tailoring fly off the shelves and sell out within days.
Yes, of course, the royal connection amps up the fashion stakes, but that's not the only reason we love this simple, timeless piece.
While the Larsson Blazer is an investment, the neutral hued blazer featuring a classic double-breasted silhouette is a great wardrobe staple sure to see you through every season.
Paired with a jumper and dark hued trousers in the colder months ( a la the Duchess of Cambridge), to styling with a light linen dress or white trousers in the summer and spring - the blazer has endless potential.
Not to mention, its two large front pockets, perfectly mixing style with practicality, after all, who doesn't love pockets?
If we know anything about the duchess it's that she loves to recycle her high street favourites, so we're sure this isn't the last we've seen of this high street hero, just yet.
So we suggest you snap it up now before the next royal-impacted shopping wave hits.