Duchess Catherine is bringing back this 80s trend - and we're totally on board with it

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The Duchess of Cambridge is bringing back an 80's trend in her latest royal appearance.

 

Duchess Catherine channelled the 80's when she wore a fitted black suit for her appearance at the National History Museum on Monday - featuring epic shoulder pads.

Catherine, 38, kept thing simple yet nailed effortless glamour in the black combo, which she teamed with stunning pearl earrings, a gorgeous smokey-eye and her classic bouncy blow-dry hair style.

Duchess Catherine's outfit

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The eighties shoulder pads is a trend we can all get on board with, so here's how you can steal the Duchess's style...

Up first we have a structured black blazer from &OtherStories, which features those classic eighties shoulder pads. Available online in sizes 32, 34, 36, 38, 40, 42 and 44 - this will set you back £95.

Alternatively, if you're looking for a bit more detail, this one - dubbed the Power Blazer - from Forever Unique, features extravagant buttons to add a little dazzle to the outfit.

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It's currently available in sizes 6, 8, 10, 12 and 14 and costs £70.

VIEW THE BLAZER: Black Double Breasted Power Blazer, Forever Unique, £70, foreverunique.com

Finally, if you're after a bargain this Missguided belted blazer comes in at just £27, but is only available in a number of sizes.

VIEW THE BLAZER: Black puff sleeve belted blazer, Missguided, £27, missguided.co.uk

Team any of the above with a pair of black tailored trousers and you're on your way to nailing the Duchess's royal style.

This pair of Slim Fit Ankle Grazer Trousers are perfect, and better still are available for just £25.

VIEW THE TROUSERS: Slim Fit Ankle Grazer Trousers, M&S, £25, marksandspencer.com

If anyone can bring back the eighties, it's Duchess Catherine.

Georgia Farquharson
Georgia Farquharson

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