Kate Middleton headed to Scotland on Feb. 24, and she donned a gorgeous, long green coat. Obviously, the coat was recycled, and it wasn’t the first time we saw Kate in it. We love the way she looked and the coat fits her like a glove — do you agree?
Kate Middleton, 34, headed to Edinburgh, Scotland on Feb. 24, and while she was there visiting, she donned a beautiful, long green coat. Of course, in true Duchess of Cambridge style, this was not her first time wearing the coat! Every time she rewears her wardrobe, it makes us love her that much more! We can’t decide when we liked the coat on her more — what do you guys think?
Kate’s first look of the day, which she wore when she first arrived, was a long green Max Mara peacoat which she donned on top of a high-waisted, black and white, pleated gingham skirt with a black turtleneck tucked in. For the Duchesses’ second look of the day, she completely shocked us all when she arrived to a tennis workshop in a white Nike 3/4 sleeve zip-up, black and white jogger pants, and sneakers.
Our favorite look of the day, though, was her long green coat, which she has worn before, obv. The first time she wore the coat was on Christmas Day of 2015. Kate paired the coat with black suede, Aquatalia Rhumba boots, a pillbox hat, a diamond brooch, and a Great Plains ‘Pine Needle’ dress worn underneath.
We absolutely love when Kate recycles her clothes, which actually happens quite often. Also, we couldn’t help but notice that Kate is obsessed with long, pleated and belted coats. No matter where she goes, she is always rocking a long peacoat or trench in a bright hue, and we are always obsessed with it.
What do you guys think of Kate’s green coat — do you love it as much as we do?