Kate Middleton Kicked Off the Official Start of Fall in an Emerald Green Pantsuit

I don't follow a calendar. I follow Kate Middleton's pantsuit colors.

Kate Middleton is (sartorially) ready for fall — and she has the pantsuit to prove it.

On Tuesday, the Princess of Wales stepped out in one of her go-to outfit combinations when visiting a textile mill in Leeds that was once owned by her family. While the royal may usually reach for optic white, navy, or even beige pantsuits (with a bit of literal ‘70s flair) when completing her royal duties, she instead opted to ring in fall’s official start by wearing a deep emerald green Burberry blazer and matching high-waisted trousers during the outing. She paired the smart suit with matching green suede block heels and a breezy white V-neck blouse, and she rounded out the look by adding a simple gold chain necklace and hoop earrings.



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In the glam department, Kate stuck with her signature bouncy blowout (complete with a side part and voluminous bangs), and she opted for a simple makeup look comprised of a glowy complexion, feathered lashes, and pink lip.

This isn’t the first time that the princess has worn the exact Burberry pantsuit this year — she also took it for a spin when welcoming Crown Prince Haakon and Crown Princess Mette-Marit of Norway to the United Kingdom back in March.



For that occasion, Kate decided to create a monochromatic look by swapping her white blouse for a matching emerald green option that featured a button-up design and a dainty pussycat bow. She wore her brunette hair down with a side part, and she accessorized with simply silver drop earrings.

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