Kate Middleton wore a vintage look on her visit to the Streets of Growth charity in London on September 19.
The Princess of Wales wore bell bottoms in a modern take on the 1970s style.
A pleasure to visit @SoGrowth in East London, a game-changing charity which supports young people to transform their lives in the face of adversity. Their work is inspired by the fantastic approach of @RocaInc in Boston 🇺🇸
It was great to meet some of the young people and… pic.twitter.com/luLE4ywkD7
— The Prince and Princess of Wales (@KensingtonRoyal) September 19, 2023
Kate Middleton’s camel suit by Roland Mouret
Kate opted for an all-camel suit for the engagement. The Roland Mouret ensemble made up of a fitted single breasted blazer and pleated, high-waisted bell bottoms.
The flared pant silhouette was very popular in the 1970s.
Both pieces cost a total of $1,465, but it’s worth noting that it is no longer in the color worn by Kate.
To modernize the retro style, Kate paired the suit with a white crew neck t-shirt which she wore tucked into the pants for a slimmer silhouette.
She paired her ensemble with $755 Gianvito Rossi suede heels.
In the jewelry department, she again wore discreet pieces like the $2,410 Kiki McDonough citrine drop earrings, which perfectly completed her elegant look.
The monochromatic suit exemplified Kate’s signature style and lately, she is sporting tailored garments in neutral tones for her royal duties.
During her visit, Kate met with staff and young people from Streets of Growth. The organization helps at-risk individuals between the ages of 15 and 25.
Kate heard about the charity’s efforts to help young people.