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Kate Middleton nails ‘festive fashion’ with ‘complimentary’ use of colour

The Princess of Wales proves year after year that she is the image of Yuletide perfection by choosing the right colours for her skin tone, a fashion expert has noted.

The senior royal rarely puts a foot wrong when it comes to festive fashion, and she does this by choosing colours that complement her features, fashion expert Miranda Holder has noted.

“Kate always looks festive and so refined at this time of the year,” the expert recently noted in a clip.”[Let’s] take a little look at Kae’s Festive fashion.”

Fashion experts have previously noted that Kate’s winter looks typically centre around a statement coat that is both cosy and refined.

“She always strikes the perfect tone between cosy and comfortable, while keeping things suitably modest and sophisticated,” notes Holder.

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“Her favourite colour to wear at Christmas is red, in all its glorious shades, which perfectly complements her warm autumnal skin tone and beautiful glossy brown hair.

“It’s out with the signature nude-toned court shoes and this time of the year, and in with the deeper colours, black gloves, stunning hats. 

“Belts and clutch bags, all add to a collection of very merry outfits indeed.”

Experts recently noted that the Princess has sported the colour red more frequently in 2023 than in previous years, speculating that it is no coincidence.

It was suggested that opting for the vibrant colours may be a way for the mother-of-three to establish herself in her current role at the helm of The Firm.

Kate has traditionally opted for classic blues, often wearing blue coats, dresses and suits to public engagements.

It comes as the Princess recently confirmed that she was Christmas-ready in a Self-Portrait jacket to promote her Christmas carol service.  

Kate sported the cream sequin knit with sequin embellishment, which retails for £380 at Selfridges, and proved a fitting choice for her festive broadcast.

As per Kensington Palace, this year’s service “will be a moment to thank all those who work to support babies, young children and families in […] communities across the UK […]”.


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