Damn, Kate Middleton’s back at it again in the blue coat! Our favorite royal recycler looked oh-so-chic when she stepped out in one of her favorite looks — a blue M-Missoni coat that she purchased from a secondhand store in 2012. It looks like the fourth time’s the charm for Kate!
Kate Middleton, 34, may have opted out of her St. Patrick’s Day obligations to spend some time with her children, but she was back to work on March 18 and looking effortlessly put together, (per usual), when she arrived at the opening of a new shop for East Anglia Children’s Hospices in Holt, Norfolk. Kate is a patron of the charity, and she was all smiles as she supported the new shop, where she rocked one of her favorite looks — her blue M-Missoni coat!
Kate sported a voluminous, bouncy blowout and paired the beautiful tweed coat with navy pumps for the occasion. The bargain-shopping princess purchased the coat in 2012 from The Stock Exchange, a secondhand store in Berkshire — and she has been showing it off ever since! In fact, this is actually the fourth time she sported the style! Kate stepped out in the coat in March 2014 when she attended the spring wedding of her close friends, Lucy Meade and Charlie Budgett, in Gloucestershire. Kate wore the coat over her pretty, printed dress and topped off the look with a festive fascinator. Join Amazon Prime For Free – Thousands of Movies & Shows Anytime
She first debuted her fave outwear for a visit to Fortnum and Mason in March 2012 and then recycled the outfit in June 2012, where she paired the tweed silhouette with a navy cocktail hat by Rachel Trevor Morgan and matching navy court shoes.
We love how practical Kate is and how often she recycles her outfits — and with such a classic, chic tweed coat we totally don’t blame her for showing it off time and time again! If you love the look, you’re in luck. You can SHOP for a similar-looking style if you want to recreate Kate’s look with the Via Spiga Wool Walking Coat.
What do you think of Kate’s blue tweed coat? Do you love the way she recycled the get-up for the occasion?