The sustainable khaki vest the Duchess of Cambridge wore to COP26 is still in stock – but you’ll have to hurry as it’s selling fast!
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A quilted gilet is the perfect lightweight jacket for the change of seasons, keeping you comfortable and warm for just about any occasion. Not to mention, it’s a great way to add some Duchess of Cambridge style to your autumnal wardrobe.
Kate Middleton often wears a trendy gilet when the weather takes a turn and more recently wore a khaki gilet by Danish brand Ganni during her first UN Climate Change Conference (COP26) appearance in Glasgow.
Giving the nod to the Climate Change Conference, the £255 Ganni Quilted Tech Fabric Vest Quilted Tech Fabric Vest is made from 100 per cent recycled polyester. Kate paired the sustainable jacket with Chloé Mozart boots, which she has worn many times and black skinny jeans.
Kate Middleton wore a 100 per cent recycled-polyester khaki gilet by Danish brand Ganni during her first UN Climate Change Conference (COP26) appearance in Glasgow
Exclusive to Selfridges and GANNI.com, the sustainable fashion pick features a quilted fabric, relaxed silhouette, as well as two pockets.
It’s padded to keep you warm, yet lightweight enough to layer over running tops, shirts, long-sleeved tops and jumpers. It can also be worn in place of a jacket and, in winter, sits nicely underneath a coat without adding unnecessary bulk.
The padded vest is still available in sizes six, eight and ten, but if you want to steal Kate’s style, we suggest adding to your basket ASAP, as we expect a sell out.
During her visit to Glasgow, the Cambridge royal also wore a coat dress from London-based brand Eponine and coordinated navy accessories from LK Bennett as she joined Prince William, also 39, at the Clydeside Distillery.
The Duchess of Cambridge proved she scrubbed up well as she swapped her muddy outdoor outfit for a dazzling evening gown to attend the Earthshot reception at COP26 in Glasgow
Kate opted for a custom dress from British brand Eponine, believed to cost around £2,4000 teamed with her favourite £425 heels from Rupert Sanderson
Despite the dress being from the brand’s SS20 collection and Kate frequently wearing Eponine, it is believed to be the first time that she has been photographed wearing the coat.
Paired with the coat dress, Kate slipped on her go-to ‘Malory’ pumps from British designer Rupert Sanderson, which she’s been pictured in more than a dozen times, including at the Commonwealth Day service at Westminster Abbey a dinner with the Obamas at Kensington Palace in 2016.
To complete the look she wore her £3,500 KiKi Mcdonough blue topaz and diamond drop earrings, which are a favourite pair from her jewellery box.