Kate Middleton Recycled This Red Ensemble For Commonwealth Day

  

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The Duchess of Sussex led the Commonwealth Day services this morning by stepping out for a visit to Canada House wearing an emerald Erdem look. Now, her sister-in-law, the Duchess of Cambridge, has stepped out hours later wearing a fabulous look of her own for the celebratory day.

Kate Middleton opted for an ensemble designed by Catherine Walker in a rich shade of cherry red. We absolutely love the bold button detail which trails the front of this coat since it adds an eye-catching pop of metallic to the monochrome ensemble. This isn’t the first time we’ve seen Kate wear this look! She first stepped out wearing this ensemble back in 2014 while visiting New Zealand. In 2014, however, she left her hair down in glossy curls. This time, she changed things up and opted for a low chignon. One of Kate’s most noted style tips is that she often switches up her hairstyle when wearing an ensemble a second time to make the look appear fresh and different, which is exactly what she did with this red Catherine Walker ensemble.

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Check out the full outfit below:

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Check out a flashback from the first time she wore it back in 2014:

Source: Press Association