Kate Middleton seems to be going through a very specific fashion phase because the monochromatic look has officially taken over her wardrobe for not one, not two, but three appearances in a row.
Kate Middleton Dons Third Monochromatic Outfit in a Row with $60 Dress from Mango
As we all know, the royal cares deeply about early childhood development. And for the outing, Princess Catherine wanted to understand more about the mental health services offered and the real-life differences being made in the community.
Though the product is mostly sold out, there are a few lookalike options (oh yes!) such as Mango’s Ribbed Long Dress ($60), Zara’s High Collar Long Dress ($39), Mango’s Ribbed Mini Dress ($80), Zara’s Ribbed Soft Dress ($35) and Ralph Lauren’s Polo Belted Jersey Turtleneck Dress ($298).
Some unforgettable moments from her visit were captured in an array of photos, which were later posted on the royal couple’s Instagram account.
This is just one of three monochromatic outfits Princess Catherine has worn in the midst of completing her recent royal duties. Just last week, she went to the town of Scarborough and met with several organizations who focus on the mental health of local youth. The royal turned heads with her all-camel monochromatic ensemble and added a vibrant red flower on the collar of the coat (in celebration of Remembrance Day).
In the same week, Princess Catherine and her husband, Prince William, attended the Rugby League World Cup quarter-final in Wigan, Manchester, where she cheered for the English team wearing yet another monochromatic outfit, only this time in the color red.
Who says you can never have too much monochromatic in your closet?
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