The Duchess of Cambridge has always been a cost conscious royal and seamlessly mixes high street with haute couture. And while she’s been known to wear earrings costing under $5(!), this mom of three is especially partial to one budget brand: J. Crew. This American speciality retailer whose signature categories include cashmere, coats, blazers and pants is one of both Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle’s favorite frugal fashion shopping spots.

Here We Take a Look at Kate Middleton’s All Time Best J.Crew Style Moments:

  1. Yarn Sweater

Kate wore this mockneck sweater in super soft yarn for a Scouts visit in March 2019. The cozy and flattering winter wardrobe must-have feels ultra-warm and touchable, thanks to a blend of delicate yarns.

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2. Striped Sweater

The nautical minded J.Crew Tippi stripe sweater was a hit with royal fans who sought to snatch up the classic style. The newest version of the long sleeve top is missing the stripes but still extra comfy.

3. Cashmere Sweater

In 2017, the Duchess of Cambridge made a visit to Wick Court in Gloucestershire, which is part of the Farms for City Children project.  For the engagement, Kate wore J.Crew‘s Featherweight Cashmere Long-Sleeve T-Shirt in Heather Navy (similar).

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4. Tassel Heels

The duchess knows how to anticipate trends as she rocked a pair of J. Crew Avery tweed tassel block heel pumps long before the chunky shoe trend took off (similar).


5. Hair Bow

When she’s in a festive mood, the mom of three often surprises with feminine accessories like this velvet hair bow by J.Crew. The pretty velvet piece is perfect for getting in the holiday spirit.


6. Skinny Jeans

During a visit to the states, the expectant mom wore a tweed Tory Burch coat and skinny black jeans by J. Crew for a basketball game with husband Prince William.


7. Pearl Earrings

For Remembrance Day, Kate wore pearl and cluster earrings from the American retailer. The stunning accessories feature crystals and pearls in an elegant stud and they’re currently still available.

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