Dressed in a simple white top, fitted navy blue trousers and a tailored blazer from Zara, the Duchess of Cambridge looked refined and radiant at the 1851 Trust Roadshow in association with Land Rover on London’s Isle of Dogs on Friday. She accessorized with tweed Avery shoes from J Crew, gold earrings and of course her dazzling sapphire and diamond ring. Kate has worn the blazer and shoes before - she chose them both for the final day of the royal tour in Canada in 2016.
Her dark, glossy hair was styled effortlessly in tonged curls that tumbled onto her shoulders, and as for make-up, she opted for a subtly smoky eye created with dark brown liner and lashings of mascara. A subtle sweep of coral pink blush balanced her beauty look, while a defined brow pulled everything together beautifully.
The 1851 Trust roadshows take inspiration from Sir Ben Ainslie’s British America’s Cup challenge to inspire school pupils into STEM subjects (science, technology, engineering and maths). During her visit, the mother-of-two, who is Patron of the marine charity, joined a group of young people taking part in an educational treasure hunt which involved answering questions on technology and science.
While at the Docklands Sailing and Watersports Centre, she also got involved with an ocean plastics sea-bird activity, which highlights the issues surrounding one-use plastic and reinforces the importance of sustainability.
Laid-back, sporty looks are very much on trend at the moment and it’s great to see Kate embracing them. She is no stranger to relaxed dressing and adores Superga’s 2750 trainers which are a cool, classic choice and priced at a very affordable £49.99.