Kate Middleton can style her casual countryside wardrobe just as elegantly as her formal fashion, and she’s done so again with a subtle but super stylist twist to her latest country outfit.
As the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge prepare to celebrate their 10th wedding anniversary on 29 April, they’ve been spending some valuable time together – this week, visiting Manor Farm near Darlington. As the couple strolled through the field and sat chatting on a hay bale, Kate’s outfit captured English countryside style effortlessly, while also adding a subtle French twist.
For the outdoor engagement, Kate wore a chunky cream knitted jumper with red and navy pattern at the top from Brora x Troy London, which she paired with blue skinny jeans and a khaki jacket to match William’s.
In true country style, she added brown leather Penelope Chilvers boots, adding a touch of glamour with a pair of gold Orelia earrings (and of course her huge engagement ring).
While Kate’s look was the perfect embodiment of English countryside style, she added a small but striking French twist in the form of a white ruffled Sézane blouse underneath her jumper.
We all know layers are the way to go, especially during the unpredictable spring weather, and Kate has come up with a perfectly stylish solution.
Plus, spy the ruffled collar details in this close-up:
William and Kate sat on hay bales as they chatted to the farm’s owners, accidentally matching their khaki jackets, blue jeans, and brown boots. Kate’s look + the lambs in the background = perfect countryside spring vibes.
We’re wishing the Duke and Duchess a very happy 10-year wedding anniversary!