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Fashion

Kate Middleton likes fashion ‘Made in Spain’

Madrid / After the “Megxit”, Kate Middleton is unstoppable, has become one of the most beloved members of the British royal family and has a very busy official agenda that puts you in the center of all eyes, as well as his “looks”, which increasingly includes Spanish fashion.

His style is sober and simple very “lady”, he prefers not to attract attention, but being who he is, becomes an impossible feat. His words are studied, gestures are valued and his styles, classics and contents are analyzed, which generate fascination and interest in the press and social networks since he married Prince William.

Kate Middleton is a style reference, they have a legion of unconditional followers who follow her with interest and try to replicate everything you saw.

The dress is the fetish garment of the Duchess of Cambridge, a piece that she usually wears with coats in the same tones and lounge shoes, although lately she prefers to wear boots.

In his closet there are designs by Alexander McQueen, Jenny Packham, Emilia Wickstead, Erdem, Jenny Packham, Chanel, Stella McCartney or Issa, but there is also Spanish fashion from the Inditex group and Castañer, Valverde del Camino or Stuart Weitzman footwear.

If for her wedding she wore a model of Sarah Burton, creative director of Alexander McQueen, to begin her honeymoon she opted for a simple dress with pleated skirt from Zara, model with which her idyll is aired with Spanish clothes.

One of the last times has been during her visit to Wales with her husband, William of England. For the occasion, she chose a red ribbed knit dress, with puffed sleeves and long midi Zara, a garment that wore a wide black belt and matching high boots.

He protected himself from the cold with a classic blue navy coat with a lapel collar and fitted at the waist and buttoned with buttons in old gold of the Hobbs signature, a style that completed with a red Mulberry handbag, and patterned scarf With hearts

Spanish fashion is increasingly present in their “looks”

There are many occasions when Kate Middleton wears Spanish clothes. For example, he attended a concert by Gary Barlow with a mini-dress with black and white print of the Inditex group, founded by Amancio Ortega.

One of the times that has attracted the most attention was during the Queen’s 90th birthday, when Kate Middleton wore a short coat, with Peter Pan collar and large buttons of 65 euros along with a lace dress from Dolce & Gabbana valued at 6,000 Euros

He also loves the skinny pants of this firm, a model he has in different colors and textures, just like summer dresses.

It is increasingly common to see her in Spanish clothes as in her visit to the Ely and Careau Children’s Center in Cardiff (Wales), an act for which Kate Middleton opted for a long coat, classic cut and camel color of Massimo Dutti, jersey of Black turned collar and pleated skirt with leopard print by Zara.

She likes Spanish footwear

The Duchess of Cambridge also likes footwear that is manufactured in Spanish territory. The espadrilles of Castañer, the cork platforms of Stuart Weitzman and the boots of Valverde del Camino are responsible for nurturing your dressing, as are the jewels of Monica Vinader.

Kate Middleton’s romance with Spanish clothes also moves to the closet of her children, Jorge, Carlota and Luis, who are cared for by the palentine María Teresa Turrión.

Since Jorge, with two years, wore a coat from Pepa & Co, Spanish children’s fashion has aroused even more interest. Princess Carlota wears on numerous occasions garments of the Valladolid company M&H. Another of Middleton’s favorite firms is Amaia Kids. (February 10, 2020, EFE / PracticaEspañol)

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