Staying in Boston for three days, the Princess of Wales once again defended the title of style icon. Fashion observers estimated that Kate Middleton's wardrobe cost about $50,000 excluding jewelry from the royal treasury.
The wife of the future king of Great Britain preferred clothes of British brands.
Catherine appeared at Boston Logan International Airport in a $3080 Alexander McQueen navy-blue suit. A matching turtleneck and $775 suede Gianvito Rossi pumps completed the look. As for jewelry, Kate chose diamond and sapphire earrings that previously belonged to Princess Diana.
On arriving in the United States, the royal couple went to Earthshot presentation at Boston City Hall. For this event, Kate wore a $1550 plaid green Burberry mid-length dress with draping at the waist, a dark green Alexander McQueen coat, $430 Emmy London shoes and a $1035 Mulberry handbag and a pair of Shyla London pearl earrings.
On the same day, the couple attended a basketball game at the TD Garden stadium, where Kate Middleton appeared in a $5723 outfit. She was wearing a $4698 vintage blue Chanel jacket with trim and buttons with embossed CC1995 logo, black pants and $775 Gianvito Rossi pumps.
As for accessories, Princess Kate chose $92 gold-plated earrings from Shyla London and a $158 gold-plated Laura Lombardi chain necklace.
On Thursday, December 1, the Prince and Princess of Wales met with the CEO of Greentown Labs and Kate chose an $11,260 look. She wore maroon high-waisted pants that cost $927 and a matching blazer made by Roland Mouret. The exact price of the blazer is unknown, but similar Roland Mouret jackets sell for $1986.
Catherine completed the look with a $675 pair of suede Gianvito Rossi shoes, $3008 Daniella Draper hoop earrings and an extravagant Chanel bag, which is no longer for sale but was originally estimated at $4664.
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Later in the day, Her Royal Highness wore another stylish ensemble as she and William headed to Boston Pierce Park to view rising sea levels. This outfit cost $11,348.
Kate wore a $790 bright orange turtleneck from Gabriela Hearst and a $1590 matching skirt, as well as an Alexander McQueen long brown coat. While the coat seems to be custom-made, a similar one sells online for $5960.
The look was completed with a pair of brown high-heeled boots, but it is unclear to which brand they belong. As for the jewelry, Kate wore $3008 Daniella Draper hoop earrings again.
Kate started the third day of her trip to Boston by visiting the Harvard University Child Development Center in a $3076 outfit. She wore a custom-made blue dress with long sleeves and collar by Emilia Wickstead. The original dress costs $1201 but is sleeveless, so it looks like it was altered especially for Catherine.
The Duchess of Cambridge and Cornwall wore $775 Gianvito Rossi shoes and carried a blue leather Mulberry bag, which is sold online for $1100.
At the end of the day the Princess of Wales appeared in a $525 Solace London apple green rented dress, which cost her $91 on the HURR platform.
Catherine wore the late Princess Diana's necklace, which is believed to be worth around $15 million.
Kate added even more sparkle to the look by wearing $11,375 Asprey diamond and emerald earrings from her own collection. The future queen's outfit was completed with $2495 designer shoes from Gianvito Rossi.
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