Everything K-Mids Has Worn This Week, From $50 Zara Jeans to Vintage Dresses

Need a bit of distraction from the 24-hour news cycle? Well it’s your lucky day, because we’ve got everything you need to know about the Duchess of Cambridge’s wardrobe for her and Prince William’s visit to Ireland. Over the course of three days, K-Mids has stunned in an array of, usually, green, outfits.

For the first day, she was decked out in head-to-toe emerald, including a dress from Alessandra Rich (the Who What Wear office was a little divided on it but I’m a fan of the ’80s-style frock). For more casual outings, Kate opted for her favorite skinny black jeans from Zara and either tailored blouses or cashmere jumpers. But there’s no denying that her real trump card was played when she wore a sparkling emerald The Vampire’s Wife dress. Ready to see all of the above and more? Keep scrolling…

Style Notes: As Kate landed in Ireland, she went for an all-green ensemble, including a bold printed dress from Alessandra Rich.

Style Notes: The Duchess of Cambridge’s wow moment came when she wore this incredible dress by The Vampire’s Wife. 

Style Notes: Kate knows how to do dressing down well. Here she wears her trusty black skinny jeans and a sweater by brand Really Wild. 

Style Notes: For a visit to a farm, K-Mids opts for a wax jacket by Irish brand Dubarry paired with a now sold-out shirt from the Barbour x Alexa Chung collaboration. And let’s not forget she finished the look off with her favorite Penelope Chilvers boots. 

Style Notes: For a casual look, Kate wears a polka dot shirt from Equipment with Zara jeans and boots by Russell & Bromley. 

Style Notes: Love the dress? Sadly, this isn’t available as it’s vintage Oscar de la Renta. However, there is a similar frock by Alessandra Rich. Pair with classic black pumps.

Style Notes: Always a fan of a great coat, here Kate wears a deep green wool piece from Alexander McQueen. 

Style Notes: Another winning green look. This time it’s a dress by British brand Suzannah London. The green version isn’t available but there is a blue, or you can also shop a more budget-friendly piece from & Other Stories. 

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This post originally appeared on Who What Wear UK.

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