- Meghan Markle and Kate Middleton wore coordinating coats for a Remembrance Day service at Westminster Abbey on Sunday.
- Middleton re-wore a classic green coatdress by Catherine Walker.
- Markle wore a double-breasted navy blue jacket with a matching skirt for a similar silhouette.
Coatdresses seem to be a staple in every royal woman’s wardrobe. The queen has a variety of them in easy-to-spot neon colours, and Kate Middleton has developed quite a collection over the years.
On Sunday, Kate Middleton, Prince William, Meghan Markle, and Prince Harry reunited to honour veterans for a Remembrance Day’s Centenary service at Westminster Abbey, which marked the 100th anniversary of the armistice that ended World War I. Princes William and Harry arrived in shades of blue, while Middleton and her sister-in-law Meghan Markle coordinated in coats that showed off their slightly different approaches to royal style.
Middleton opted to recycle a green coatdress by Catherine Walker, which she paired with black heels and a matching headpiece by Jane Taylor.
Middleton first wore this coatdress during the St. Patrick’s Day Parade in March 2017. The Duchess of Cambridge has made a habit of re-wearing her favourite pieces, oftentimes with new accessories or hairstyles to add a new spin to the look.
Markle took a different approach to the coatdress silhouette by pairing a double-breasted belted navy blue jacket with a matching skirt. Her jacket also featured an open, slightly off-the-shoulder neckline that is quickly becoming a staple in her wardrobe.
She paired the look with navy pumps by Aquazzura.
Both ensembles seemed to show each duchess’ unique sense of style.
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