Kate Middleton traded her signature Olympic wardrobe a.k.a: a Smythe blazer, Team GB polo shirt, Zara skinnies and Stuart Weitzman wedges (a getup she wears effortlessly well) for a more feminine, white-on-white look in the audience for Great Britain’s women’s hockey.
Kate keeps it classy, always wearing high necklines and a-line hemlines. So this white, classic yet casual look is rare for the Duchess. The GB sleeveless, unbuttoned V-neck top is quite risqué for Middleton, not just at the Olympic games, but since her debut into the international fashion scene. But she kept true to her signature look with a straight-lined white skirt and leather belt, paired with her beloved Stuart Weitzman wedges and Gucci shades. Kate lets us know she is one of us by re-wearing her clothes and kicks, gotta love it.
Kate’s appearances at the Games have shown her true, natural beauty and love and support for her country. We are a fan of her effortless, chic looks and can’t wait to see what risks she takes with those necklines in the future.