Today Duchess of Cambridge visited 1851 Trust Roadshow in association with Land Rover on London’s Isle of Dogs. Duchess chose a casual yet smart look for the visit to Docklands Sailing and Watersports Centre in London.
Patron of the 1851 Trust, the Duchess joined a group of young people taking part in an educational treasure hunt which involved answering questions on technology and science.
The 1851 Trust roadshows use the inspiration of Sir Ben Ainslie’s British America’s Cup challenge to inspire both primary and secondary school pupils into Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics.
For the event, Duchess chose a look that was more than suitable for the activity-packed day. Duchess paired her £49.99 tailored blazer from high street retailer Zara that we last seen during the final day of Canada Royal Tour 2016, with navy J. Crew Sailor Trouser with gold button detailing at hips and her old H&M off the shoulder white knit top. The top is on sale at H&M online store $15.
She finished her looks with £278 tweed, block-heeled Avery shoes, also from J. Crew also seen during Canada tour, and her £35 Mirabelle Jewellery Lolita Gold Plated Loop Earrings.
The infamous Kate effect strike again today as the £130 sailor pants are already sold out online.
As per the product detail on the official page of J Crew:
“These high-waisted, wide-leg sailor pants make a nautical-inspired statement and look just as good coming as they do going, thanks to the decorative lace-up back. Plus, the heavy linen fabric is perfect for warmer weather. Pants support side zip and made of linen. “