The Duchess of Cambridge and Duchess of Sussex gave raspberry hues the royal nod of approval in London today.
Stepping out for two separate engagements in the capital, the sisters-in-law both wore winter-ready burgundy proving it’s never too early to give your wardrobe a festive nudge.
To keep warm, the former actress also wore a £434 co-ordinating coat by the US label – giving the winter shade an even greater footing in this season’s trend line-up.
A pair of £770 Givenchy ankle boots finished the look.
Across town, the Duchess of Cambridge followed in the pregnant royal’s sartorial footsteps also wearing the a berry hue for a visit to University College London.
Proving she’s the more thrifty member of the Windsor family, the 37-year-old recycled a Paule Ka skirt suit which she first wore back in 2012.
The Duchess was most recently spotted wearing the ensemble in Wales last year for a children’s charity visit.
Braving the capital’s cold spell, Kate finished the ensemble with a black turtleneck, £335 Tod’s suede block heels (which have since sold out), £5,000 Asprey Oak Leaf earrings and her go-to Mulberry clutch.
Unsurprisingly, royal fans were quick to praise the Duchesses for their most recent fashion twinning moment.
The Duchess of Sussex and the The Duchess of Cambridge in coordinating outfits, showing the world they support each other and shutting the haters up. 👍👏👏👏👏 well done ladies, we hear and see you and love itttttt ❤️ pic.twitter.com/2t1MMwfDtt
— Mazzy (@Joop626) November 21, 2018
This makes me so happy both on unannounced engagements that are so close their hearts today and both wearing similar colors! We love matching girlfriends pic.twitter.com/OSyGjKbPAi
— aya (@androyaIty) November 21, 2018
Mirroring each other’s headline-gracing looks, they both even went so far as to don a chic pony and tights.
— Cassandra Louise (@From_Cassandra) November 21, 2018
For those of you in need of festive hair inspiration, may we suggest investing in a velvet ribbon as demonstrated by Kate.
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