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Dressing for work when the temperature dips isn’t always easy - particularly when you need to look smart and stylish, while also staying warm, like the Duchess of Cambridge.
But, if anyone can navigate winter weather, it’s Kate.
The 37-year-old attended Shout's crisis volunteer celebration event at the Troubadour White City Theatre in London this morning, dressed in the ideal workwear ensemble.
Shout is a messaging helpline, that offers free and confidential mental health support. It was set up by the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, along with the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, in May.
The Duchess, accompanied by husband Prince William, arrived in something old and something new: a recycled grey checked blazer by Smythe, a white top and new burgundy trousers.
Kate was last seen wearing the blazer in October 2018 during a visit to Coach Core Essex, which is a charitable organisation associated with the Royal Foundation.
The cropped trousers were from high street brand, Joseph - and look to be the Terrell City Stretch Trouser that retail for £225.
Kate accessorised the look with a pair of circular drop earrings by Mappin & Webb and a matching necklace.
The mum-of-three also added a black belt that matched her suede shoes by Gianvito Rossi.
Burgundy is currently a popular shade with the Royal Family. Meghan Markle recently stepped out in the rich hue from head-to-toe while attending a One Young World discussion at Windsor Castle last month.