Kate Middleton Takes Fashion Observe From Princess Diana With Daring Crimson Look
Kate Middleton dominated the sidelines in crimson.
Whereas attending the Wales vs. England Six Nations rugby match on Feb. 25, the newly topped Princess of Wales wowed in a vivid crimson and white houndstooth coat that was a classy nod to one among Princess Diana‘s boldest model moments.
There isn’t any denying all eyes have been on the Catherine Walker & Co. wool coat, because it featured a double-breasted silhouette, pointed collars and outsized crimson buttons. Kate saved the remainder of her apparel understated, sporting a easy black turtleneck and matching pantyhose.
However Princess Diana, who wasn’t afraid to take just a few style dangers, paired her daring Moschino coat with a black-and-white houndstooth pencil skirt, red-tipped pumps and a wide-brim hat—full with a veil for added drama.
The late royal first wore her head-turning coat to the christening of Princess Eugenie in December 1990 and liked the piece a lot that she recycled it just a few occasions, together with throughout her official go to to Canada in 1991.