She owns it in multiple colors.
When Kate Middleton finds a style she likes, she'll stick to it. Take, for instance, the coat-dress hybrid that has become her royal go-to in the winter months, or the tailored suits she's been wearing on repeat as of late. The same can also be said of her casual wardrobe, which is full of Zara blazers that she continues to recycle season after season.
On Sunday, the Princess of Wales cheered on England at the Rugby World Cup quarterfinals as they faced off against Fiji at the Stade de Marseille in France. For the low-key outing, Kate opted for one of her favorite jackets — a white boucle double-breasted blazer with gold buttons that she's not only worn many times before, but also owns in multiple colors. The best part? It costs less than $100.
Kate wore the blazer completely buttoned up, and finished off her outfit with a pair of black slacks, a black Chanel bag that slung off her shoulder, and her sapphire engagement ring. Her chestnut brown hair and new curtain bangs were styled in polished waves with a middle part, and she teamed her glowing skin with rosy cheeks and a pink lip.
Back in February 2022, Kate was named patron of England's Rugby Football Union and Rugby Football League by Queen Elizabeth (both positions were previously held by Prince Harry before he stepped down from his royal duties). Just a day earlier, her husband, Prince William — who is the patron of the Welsh Rugby Union – watched Wales play Argentina with their eldest son, Prince George, in matching navy suits and red ties.
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