Kate Middleton Wore My Fave Expensive-Looking Trend (No Royal Budget Necessary)

It's foolproof.

No number of Zara jumpers or Accessorize earrings could make Kate Middleton actually seem relatable, try as she might. No offense, Duchess. It's just that a royal-sized budget, jewel-encrusted tiaras and worldwide fame are a tad out of reach for the average person. That said, you certainly don't need to spend big bucks to re-create many of the Duchess of Cambridge's outfits, including her most recent one.

Middleton was photographed with Prince William at an event for Church on the Street, a charity that aims to lift people out of poverty. For the occasion, she wore a Massimo Dutti coat, Iris & Ink jumper and skirt and Missoma earrings. Her camel coat, in particular, stood out because it's such an expensive-looking trend that will make you look polished and stylish without any effort at all. Scroll down to re-create Kate Middleton's camel-coat outfit, and shop similar pieces. 

On Kate Middleton: Massimo Dutti coat; Iris & Ink jumper and skirt; Missoma Mini Pyramid Earrings (£85)

I'm obsessed with this matching set because it's super soft, comfortable, and chic all at the same time.

You can style this midi skirt in a million different ways. For winter, I particularly like wearing it with tall boots. 

Follow Kate Middleton's lead, and wear brown head-to-toe—literally. 

Double-breasted coats are key in an expensive-looking wardrobe. 

This looks considerably more expensive than £50. 

The belted waist is a nice addition. 

This looks just like Kate’s. 

Another fantastic find that's less than £100. 

A coat that’ll last you a lifetime. 

Never underestimate & Other Stories' great coat selection. 

The only thing that could improve a camel coat? The addition of cashmere. 

Hurry: This sale won't last forever. 

I love the toggle details on this one. 

This beauty could easily pass for designer. 

Camel coats don’t come more classic than this. 

Robe coats always look luxury. 

Simple but so chic. 

Next, Spring/Summer 2022 Trends: The Only 17 Looks You Need to Know About

This story originally appeared on Who What Wear U.S.

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