Kate Middleton has caused a sensation with the outfits she has worn during her official trip to Scotland with her husband, Prince William. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge showcased friendliness and naturalness on this very special tour that has taken them to visit the University of St. Andrews, where their love emerged twenty years ago.
On his last day, Middleton once again gave a style lesson with his favorite shoes and a Massimo Dutti casual suit. The dukes were visiting Edinburgh’s Starnbark Park on Thursday, where they had no problem getting down to business and helping plant seeds in the gardens.
Kate Middleton and Prince William during their visit to Edinburgh
For this occasion, Kate recovered her green jacket suit from the Spanish firm that debuted last November. Unlike the first time she wore this outfit, with a pale pink cashmere sweater, this time she combined it with a white shirt with polka dots in the same shade of green. A casual style that the Duchess rejuvenated with her favorite sneakers: the ‘Coti’ by Superga in white.
Kate Middleton during her visit to Edinburgh
There have been many occasions in which the Duchess has worn these ‘sneakers’ that she usually combines with ‘culottes’ and high-waisted pants, a style trick with which she manages to appear taller without the need to resort to women’s shoes. heel.
Kate has caused a sensation with her outfits during her official trip to Scotland
Middleton also chose a similar look for sports activities on the beach in St. Andrews. Prince William’s wife wore a sailor-inspired look, with a double-breasted blazer and Holland Cooper trousers that she mixed with a striped-print sweater and Veja sneakers.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge at St Andrews College
This shoe could be a nod to her sister-in-law, Meghan Markle, who has worn these ‘sneakers’ on many occasions, characterized by their ‘v’ -shaped logo and which in 2019 became the most sought-after non-leather product in the world. Internet. These are ecological sneakers, with a completely sustainable manufacturing process, that Kate wore with the gold logo.