This morning, Kate Middleton met with paramedics and staff of the Newham Ambulance Station in East London to hear more about their experiences dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic. For the appearance, the Duchess of Cambridge once again did tonal dressing right, slipping into a head-to-toe beige look that included some of her most-worn labels. The monochromatic look is one of her signature style moves: One of her favorites is an all-olive look, which she’s worn on multiple occasions in London, and she even piled on red tartan for Christmas in Wales last year.
Middleton wore a double-breasted camel coat by Massimo Dutti that she has worn a few times before (it’s sold out now, unfortunately). The outerwear was the focal point of the outfit—another Duchess signature—and she accessorized it with a turtleneck, suede pumps, and a chain-strap Métier London bag, another favorite label of hers. All in coordinating camel colors, of course. Covering one’s self entirely in beige is hard to make a bold fashion look out of, but somehow for Middleton, it never gets old. She can effortlessly turn a neutral into a style statement.