Just Like Her Majesty! Kate Middleton Makes A Surprising Fashion Choice For Spring, And Steps Out In Mint Green

Date March 23, 2018 17:37

Kate Middleton has become a fashion icon in her own right. Her fashion choices are a legitimate obsession for royal watchers and fashion followers alike. But, this spring, she's taking fashion cues from the Queen!


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The Queen is ready for spring.

Her Majesty debuted her updated spring style when she made an appearance at London’s Royal Academy of Arts. Her choice of a vibrant orange coat and matching hat concealed a green flower print gown.


She was on ground to officially open the new Burlington Gardens building in time for the Academy's 250th anniversary set for May 19.



Without a doubt, the Queen will be missing the anniversary celebrations as it coincides with her grandson's wedding to Meghan Markle on the same day.

Kate Middleton in Jenny Packham

Like the Queen, Kate Middleton's mint green coat and gown, a day later, announced the onset of spring. She paired the Jenny Packham coat with nude pumps.

The Duchess of Cambridge was at the Royal Society of Medicine in London for a symposium championing early intervention into the lives of children.

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For her pregnancy style, Middleton has mostly favored neutral colors. She has been spotted rocking dark blue, cream and in some cases, floral ensembles.



The Queen, however, is known for her bright colored ensembles, specifically chosen for her to stand out in a crowd.

Get in vogue this spring.

It is safe to say the royals have officially set the tone for spring with their oranges and mint greens because the colors expected to dominate this spring are not the usual mild tones.

The runways this season have been sporting fresh and bold ensembles.


Want to be as spring ready as the Queen and Duchess? Go bold. Instead of something tame or flowery, choose red, purple, dark blue, and grey.

Here's to slaying this spring.

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