Kate Middleton changed her avatar from “newsroom chic” to “street style look.”
She was spotted wearing Yoga Pants and sneakers while shopping in King’s Road, Chelsea costing nearly $5900 (£3,028), according to Mail Online, unlike her professional lady like look of Dolce & Gabbanna skirt with a high-neck chiffon button-down blouse from Reiss at the Huffington Post UK newsroom as a guest editor.
The 34-year-old Duchess and mother of two toddlers still managed to look classy in her black Alice Temperley vest and sweater with some basic leggings, worn Asics sneakers. Accessorising it with a gray leather Tod’s Bauletto handbag and Annoushka pearl drop earrings.
The Duchess of Cambridge earlier launched a new initiative called “Young Minds Matter,” a series focusing on children’s mental health.
Kate,who is also considered as a fashion icon and trendsetter by many is ironically “old and boring” in her fashion sense and must look up to Theresa May for inspiration according to Fashion Booker Carole White on Mail Online.
Excelling in sports since her school days, the 34-year-old was spotted coming out from a fitness wear shop Lululemon. According to Hello!, Kate was in Canadian sports brand store, endorsed by high profile celebrities like Michelle Obama and Rosie Hungtington-Whiteley, to pick up some athletic gear for her upcoming trip to Scotland on Wednesday.
The duchess will travel to Edinburgh and will take part in Tennis on the Road coaching clinic, hosted by Judy Murray at Craigmount High School on Wednesday, February 24. Keeping her focus fixed on children’s mental health and speaking out loud on the stigma attached to the issue, Kate will visit two of her patronages that have a presence in the Scottish capital – Place2Be and The Art Room.
Both of these institutes help school children suffering from emotional and behavioural difficulties. Kate has been working with charities and children with mental health issues soon after getting married to Prince William in 2011.