Kate Middleton is a master of intentional dressing. The Duchess of Cambridge chose British label Alexander McQueen to her sister Pippa’s wedding, which was a nod to her homeland and also a throwback to her own 2011 wedding gown by the same designer. She wore a Rochas floral print dress (that’s now sold out) to the Chelsea Flower Show, and most recently, the Duchess went nautical at the 1851 Trust Roadshow.
Prince George and Princess Charlotte’s mother attended the event for 1851 Trust (she’s a patron of the charity that inspires and encourages children through sailing and the marine industry) at the Docklands Sailing and Watersports Centre for a sailing workshop in a single-button white Zara blazer and J.Crew cropped sailor-inspired pants, which, alas, are now sold out. She finished the look off with J.Crew flannel-patterned heeled loafers.
As for her roped accessory, it appears to be the Band of Britain bracelet ($19), which supports Britain’s America’s Cup Challenge.
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(h/t Vogue; photo via Chris Jackson/Getty)