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Welcome to this week’s The Stars: You’re Just Like Us. Except in this case it’s not stars, it’s the royals, and instead of being just like us, we can be just like them. are you following Let me break it down. Kate Middleton’s monochromatic look should serve as your royal fashion inspiration this week (and probably next week) because it’s actually pretty easy to copy — and you already know that imitation is the highest form of flattery.
With an incredibly busy social schedule, the Duchess of Cambridge is always dressed appropriately Nines – this leads to a wardrobe of formal looks that are elegant but difficult to replicate. However, every now and then Kate Middleton wears something that belongs in the realm of a non-royal wardrobe. For example, last week the Duchess wore the ultimate minimalist look for summer, which included a $69 Zara blazer. Her blazer was white, but you should probably look for one in a light color as well, as Kate Middleton gave us an extra dose of outfit inspiration with her blue monochromatic look.
The Duchess of Cambridge combined several shades of blue for the Order of the Garter Service Windsor at St George’s Chapel today. Her look included a long-sleeved blue midi dress that had a heavy jacket-like structure. Her accessories moved in saturation with a slightly darker hat and blue gem and diamond jewelry G.Collins & Sons. She completed her look with a pair of light blue jeweled heels from Aquazzura.
While I don’t think Kate Middleton has attended Fashion Week shows in the past season, she’s bang on trend by going monochrome – she may have noticed how popular the look is on Zara’s website when she bought her white blazer. Choosing a single color and building an entire outfit around it hits two schools of thought when it comes to getting dressed. First is dopamine dressing — wearing layers and layers of bright colors is a guaranteed mood-boosting formula, especially if you’re working with a bright summer color.
The second school of thought (which Kate Middleton is already familiar with) is minimalism. Because all of the blue pieces complement each other, the final look is smooth, cohesive, and textured. If a business dress isn’t your style, you can achieve the same impact by wearing a comfortable matching set. The monochrome trend is for people who want the best of the minimalist and colorful world of fashion.
If you are dying to get Kate Middleton’s look, I would recommend getting a solid color suit. You’ll feel great (and get loads of compliments) if you wear the suit pieces together for a statement look, but you can also use the blazer and trousers separately to complement the rest of your wardrobe.
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Mango’s bright blue suit has the same punchy impact as Kate Middleton’s blue suit dress. Blue is also a great color to invest in because it works just as well in winter as it does in summer. Be sure to pair this blazer with the matching trousers.
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Put yourself in Kate Middleton’s shoes, literally, with this pair of blue pumps from Aquazzura. The strappy heels are definitely gorgeous, but a great buy for a special occasion.
https://stylecaster.com/kate-middleton-blue-dress/ Kate Middleton’s Latest Look Mixed Shades Of Blue & It’s Easy To Copy