How to copy the ‘sport look’ with Kate Middleton’s jacket

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Maria I. Ortiz

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The dressing room of Kate Middleton stores countless garments ranging from large haute couture jewelry to others such as ‘jeans’, blazers and white t-shirts, to combine outfits with a certain ‘casual’ air with which you will certainly get out of more than one trouble.

Kate Middleton con 'look sport' para visitar el museo
Kate Middleton with a ‘sporty look’ to visit the museum – © Gtres

For a few years now, the combination ‘jeans + blazer + sneakers’ triumphs among all those off-road women willing to face a long working day with different events, business lunches, meetings, a dinner with friends or different family matters, always with an impeccable, accurate and comfortable style. And this has also been the right combination chosen by the Duchess of Cambridge to attend a meeting day at the National Museum of London History to learn about the new changes in accessibility and sustainability of the building.

Kate Middleton has incorporated a selection of minimalist jewelry into her style to visit the National Museum of History in London
Kate Middleton has incorporated a selection of minimalist jewelry into her style to visit the National Museum of History in London – © Gtres

For such a commitment, Kate Middleton opted for one distressed pink blazer, skinny jeans in blue, a basic white t-shirt and sports shoes from the vegan brand Veja. A simple and easy to replicate combination, which can be carried out in infinite possibilities, simply by changing the type of jacket or its color. On this occasion, it also incorporates a selection of
minimalist jewelry
, which provide a delicate and different touch with various necklaces; and her fabulous sapphire engagement ring, which once was Diana of Wales.

Basic blazer by Zara (€ 29.95), skinny jeans by Mango (€ 25.99), cotton t-shirt by Massimo dutti (€ 15.95), Veja model V-12 sneakers (€ 125) and Dime que chokers you love me (€ 69)
Basic blazer from Zara (€ 29.95), skinny jeans from Mango (€ 25.99), cotton t-shirt from Massimo dutti (€ 15.95), Veja model V-12 sneakers (€ 125) and chokers from Tell me what you love me (€ 69)

To imitate this style, from ABC Style we propose a combination of garments from some of the most affordable ‘made in Spain’ brands such as Zara, Mango or Massimo Dutti, with which to achieve the ideal style that can be worn in a 24-hour day with different events and commitments of various kinds.

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