Kate Middleton headed to London to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the RAF Air Cadets in London on Feb. 7. The Duchess of Cambridge looked fabulous in a robin’s egg blue coat, and we couldn’t help but recall that this is actually the third time she has worn the stunning coat. We love the way she looks, as always — do you?
Kate Middleton, 34, has done it again. The royal recycler headed to the RAF church St Clement Danes in London, on Feb. 7, to celebrate the 75th anniversary of the RAF Air Cadets. This is not the first or second time the Duchess of Cambridge donned this stunning blue coat — it’s the third! Each time Kate wears this coat, we love it even more. What do you guys think of her pretty blue coat?
The very first time we saw Kate in this cornflower blue Alexander McQueen coat was back in April 2014 when she headed to New Zealand to visit the aviation museum. That time, she threw her hair into a simple ponytail and accessorized with a navy blue clutch and matching pumps. Shortly after that, Kate opted to wear the same exact coat in June 2014, to the 70th anniversary of the D-Day landings in Arromanches Les Bains, France. For her second time, she wore her hair down with an extravagant hat and the same pumps and clutch.
Kate’s most recent take on this stunning coat was very similar to her look in June. The jacket features a high collared neck, a thick belt around her tiny waist, and a flowy pleated back. She accessorized with the same exact clutch and shoes, which just makes us love her even more because it shows how thrifty she is. She knows she looks great in this outfit, so she has reworn it time and time again. The only two things she did differently this time around, was adding an Air Cadets Dacre brooch to one side, and throwing on a navy felt hat.
There is nothing we love more than when Kate rewears her clothes — it just shows how down to earth she is, do you agree?
What do you guys think of Kate’s blue coat?