How to: Princess Kate’s nautical look

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I have been a huge fan of Princess Kate’s style for many years now. She has a very similar style to myself;  jeans, Breton tees and jackets for easy, casual chic. Comfortable shoes, Princess Kate is either in practical ballet flats, sand shoes or casual wedges.

I also love how, unlike a lot of princesses and those with money to spend, Kate re-wears a lot of her outfits and mixes and matches the clothing she already has or has items altered to be reborn into another gorgeous outfit.

Princess Kate isn’t designer obsessed either, as we know she regularly shops from Zara, Me & Em, GAP, Ralph Lauren and many more high street brands. Even Prince George has cute Baby GAP clothing!

Princess Kate has worn the above outfit to approximately four different occasions and is regularly seen in skinny jeans and stripe tops, even while out doing the grocery shopping (below). pricess kate shopping

Princess Kate’s favourite jeans are by J Brand, which can be purchased at David Jones and retail for $289. Kate’s top is by Ralph Lauren and can be purchased at Ralph Lauren stores or David Jones stores across Australia. Princess Kate’s navy blazer is by Zara and can be purchased from Zara Stores.

I have come up with two more affordable options, one is for regular sizing up to a size 16, the other option is a plus size look. Each look is around the $200 mark.

 Princess Kate nautical look

 Clockwise: French Connection indigo skinny jean $99.95, Trenery stripe tshirt $45.95 and Ezibuy Urban Blazer $69 (on sale).

Plus size nautical look

Clockwise: City Chic Skinny Apple Jeans $99, Asos New Look Inspire Tailored Blazer $58.32 and My Size the weekender nautical top $79.95.

Which do you like about Princess Kate? Do you think she has the balance right of high end and designer or do you think she should be designer all the way?

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