Miuccia Prada sent satin baby doll–bedecked models down the spring/summer 2019 runways wearing embellished, puffed-up headbands – and the fashion world, including Kate Middleton, paid attention.
Ever the fashion-forward dresser, the Duchess of Cambridge has adopted the trend this season, making several appearances wearing the Blair Waldorf-esque accessory.
This weekend, the British royal attended Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor’s christening at Windsor Castle wearing a pink Stella McCartney dress and red headband.
Kate Middleton also attended the Remembrance Day service on Sunday morning, alongside fellow members of the royal family including Prince William, Prince Harry, and Meghan Markle. And for the first time, Kate was welcomed on to the same balcony as Queen Elizabeth II, from which she watched Prince Charles honour those who lost their lives in World War I by placing a wreath at the Cenotaph.
Arriving at Westminster Abbey for an evening service honouring the 100th anniversary of the Armistice which ended the war, Kate changed into a dark green coat with black button detailing, and a dark green velvet trim collar and cuffs. The Duchess of Cambridge also carried a small black clutch, and wore a black padded headband:
And as usual, Kate's look was polished and enviable — basically, this is probably the coat we all need this winter:
Out celebrating Christmas services at the Chapel in Sandringham, the mother-of-three wore a two-tone Jane Taylor Halo Band and Catherine Walker coat.