Little spared in her wardrobe, Kate seems to defy King Charles III's directives

With its sophisticated and classic style, Kate Middleton she is considered an elegant woman, making a varied and, most of the time, balanced combination between the most prestigious fashion designers and pieces from more accessible brands.

However, last year she was one of the targets when criticism emerged regarding the amount spent by royals on wardrobe and, with the United Kingdom going through an economic crisis, the prince’s wife william seemed to agree with the commitment to reduce this type of expense and reuse parts, in line with the philosophy defended by the king Charles III to save the costs of the British crown.

Despite some effort shown by the Princess of Wales to give new life to the creations in her wardrobe, Kate has not been able to resist acquiring new pieces, which many consider unnecessary expenses, especially in the most recent case that illustrates it, since it is about another red coat, knowing you have some in your closet.

It took place at the St. David, patron saint of Welsh, on March 1st, which the princess attended with her husband showing off a red coat by one of her favorite designers, Alexander McQueen, a piece that is on sale for almost three thousand euros (here with a symmetrical cut in instead of the original asymmetrical hem, an alteration unknown if it cost even more money). The look was completed with a new black felt hat with feathers, by Juliette Botterill Bow & Arrow, valued at 644 euros.

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