The Duchess of Cambridge loves a bright white suit. In the past, Kate Middleton has worn ivory Roland Mouret separates, as well as a Self-Portrait skirt set with shades of Bianca Jagger, demonstrating her taste for tailoring in neutral shades. She returned to a familiar favorite on 22 June to join Prince William at the unveiling of the National Windrush Monument in London.
The Duchess chose a white suit that she previously wore earlier this year, on her trip to Jamaica with Prince William. The crisp set in question is by Alexander McQueen, and comprises a single-breasted jacket and matching high-waisted tailored trousers. Kate Middleton really committed to the palette, opting for a white tank-top underneath the jacket, a white pair of pointed leather pumps, and a white Mulberry Amberley crossbody bag.
Earlier this year, the Duchess of Sussex also waved the flag for white suits when she wore Valentino to the Invictus Games. And whilst the look is still trending—with help from famous fans like Adele, Bella Hadid, and Jared Leto—what’s really fashionable right now is rewearing items that are already in your wardrobe.