The Duchess of Cambridge stepped out in a country chic ensemble for a visit to King Henry’s Garden in Islington. Today marks the first official outing for the Duchess of Cambridge in 2019.
For this occasion, Kate opted for a decidedly laidback and casual ensemble. Like many of her previous outdoor outings, she went for a neutral color palette with a tweed jacket and combat boots with jeggings. The style is a bit different for the mom of three who often opts for cargos in lieu of skinny pants and frequently wears tassel knee-high boots.
During the visit, the duchess socialized with children, made pizza, fielded questions about the Queen and met with volunteers and residents of the community-maintained garden. The duchess even admitted to a preference for bacon on her pizza.
For the great outdoors, Kate selected an outfit that was rugged and regal. Kate opted for a tweed jacket by Dubarry, a sweater by J. Crew and boots by See by Chloe. Plus, a little razzle dazzle in the way of diamond leaf drop earrings from Kiki McDonough inspired by British ballerina Lauren Cuthbertson.
Kate’s J.Crew mock neck sweater is available in blue on Nordstrom and at the J. Crew website. And her boots are available at Net-a-Porter.