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The Duchess of Cambridge’s fashion influence continues to grow, even after over a decade in the limelight.
While her sartorial choices have seen some changes over the years, many factors remain. The mum-of-three continues to recycle ensembles year after year, as well as champion British high street stores such as Marks & Spencer, Boden and L.K Bennett.
As the royal celebrates her 39th birthday on 9 January, we’ve taken a look back at a few of her most recent stylish ensembles, which feature items that are still available to buy (royal fashion fans will know this is no easy feat due to the ‘Kate Effect’).
From a £75 Boden cardigan that has already had to be restocked numerous times, to her go-to sleek white Superga trainers and £5 earrings - these are the items any Duchess of Cambridge style fan should add to their basket ASAP.
5 items you can still shop from The Duchess of Cambridge’s wardrobe
The on-trend Boden Cardigan
The image has led Johannah to receive messages from medical staff from across the UK, and around the world, and has allowed them to share their own experiences of working during these extraordinary times. pic.twitter.com/24jLL3rHCg
— The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge (@KensingtonRoyal) November 15, 2020
The Duchess of Cambridge recently championed British high street store, Boden, by wearing a beautiful sky blue Abercorn Scallop Cardigan for a video call with one of the finalists in Kate’s photographic competition ‘Hold Still’.
Over the last few months the on-trend item of knitwear has sold out numerous times, but is now back in stock. If you want to get your hands on it, you may have to be quick about it.
Buy it: Abercorn Scallop Cardigan | £75 from Boden
The go-to Superga trainers
The royal was first spotted in the classic Superga trainers in 2016 during a royal tour of Canada. Since then, the shoes have noticeably become one of her go-to pairs.
In 2019, Kate was seen sporting the trainers at the The Royal Horticultural Society Chelsea Flower Show in May and at the King’s Cup Regatta in August.
Most recently, she wore them to Battersea Park in September 2020 to meet with mothers and their babies who have been helped by peer support networks during the pandemic.
Buy it: 2750 Cotu Classic Trainer | £55 from Superga
The statement L.K. Bennett dress (that is on sale)
Radio 1’s Teen Heroes of 2019 visited The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge at Kensington Palace earlier this month, along with chart-topping superstar Camila Cabello and BBC Radio 1 DJs Clara Amfo and Greg James.@BBCR1 #R1TeenAwards pic.twitter.com/V5zNABsSP6
— The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge (@KensingtonRoyal) October 22, 2019
In October 2019, Kate cut a chic figure in a printed L.K. Bennett dress at Kensington Palace to meet the winners of Radio 1’s Teen Heroes of 2019.
Buy it: Gabrielle Coral Print Midi Dress | £158 (Was £395) from L.K. Bennett
The £5 Accessorize earrings
Back in June 2020, the mum-of-three accessorised a Zoom call look with her go-to Accessorize earrings - which, we might add, are only £5.
The duchess previously wore the earrings during a royal tour of Ireland in 2020, as well as in May 2019 to visit her RHS Back to Nature garden at Hampton Court Palace in London.
Buy it: Twisted circle drop earrings | £5 from Accessorize
The new royal-approved handbag
The duchess championed small Scottish brand, Strathberry, during a three-day UK train tour in December 2020.
While in Scotland, the royal supported the local brand by debuting its new Multrees Chain Wallet bag, which featured a black croc texture and small gold chain.
Buy it: Multrees Wallet bag | £255 from Strathberry
Watch: Yahoo! Style UK recreate the Duchess of Cambridge’s style transformation over the years
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