Kate Middleton is known for her impeccable style, and she recently stepped out in a pair of sleek new boots.
The Princess of Wales specifically wore the brown leather “Coda” Chelsea boots by French brand Ba&sh during her engagements in early November.
All the details of Kate Middleton’s brown boots
The Coda boots cost about US$440. Kate first wore these stylish brown leather boots during a visit to North London on November 1.
She paired them with mid-waisted straight jeans from Mother and a black and white striped cashmere knit sweater from Erdem.
The next day, Kate wore the boots again for an engagement in Moray, Scotland.
She paired them with black flared jeans and a simple black turtleneck sweater.
She closed her look with an elegant green jacket from the prestigious British brand Burberry, with a striking tartan print in black and beige tones.
The almond-toe Coda ankle boots have elasticized side panels and a 4.5cm heel. The serrated rubber sole adds a modern, sassy touch.
Crafted in Italy from supple calfskin, the boots have a smooth finish in a trendy grunge style.
The fitted upper creates a streamlined silhouette. The boots slip on easily, making them perfect for unpredictable weather and busy royal schedules.
The durable leather develops a natural patina over time. The brand recommends applying wax to care for the leather.
The boots also have a loofah upper, which means the durable rubber outsole encases a flexible foam midsole. This provides cushioning and shock absorption.
Another similar model
A similar option to Kate Middleton’s boots is the Thea leather Chelsea boots by Reiss, these are priced at US$330 and are also perfect for outdoor engagements.
These brown boots are sure to be repeated another time. The timeless design of the Chelsea boot offers endless styling possibilities, adapting to Kate’s combination of Kate and her jeans.