Kate Middleton’s bold blue Sézane earrings haven't sold out yet—and they’re not as pricey as you might think

The Duchess of Cambridge wore the gorgeous blue earrings in Belize yesterday

Kate Middleton’s blue Sézane earrings—price and how to buy
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Listen up, royal fashionistas—Kate Middleton's gorgeous blue earrings from her Belize trip are available to buy at a price that just might surprise you. 

Kate Middleton stepped out in style yet again at the weekend, arriving at the Belize village of Hopkins in a stunning blue ensemble for the second day of her Caribbean tour with Prince William. 

The Duchess of Cambridge paid tribute to the Commonwealth nation's colors by wearing a Tory Burch dress in blue, red, and white, while keeping her feet comfortable in her well-loved beige wedges by Stuart Weitzman. She also opted for her foolproof Kate Middleton hairstyle, letting her sleek, brunette locks flow loosely over her shoulders. 

It was her bold accessories, however, that completed the summery look—and took the edge off an otherwise steep outfit. Kate teamed her £500 gown and designer shoes with a pair of blue beaded earrings from Sézane to create the perfect high-low mix, proving there's no wardrobe piece the royal fashion icon can't pull off. 

Charlie Earrings in Thread Blue, £55 | Sézane

Charlie Earrings in Thread Blue, £55 | Sézane

These stunning textile earrings will give you a Kate Middleton vibe without breaking the bank—but they won't be around for long!

Kate Middleton

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At just £55, the gorgeous ear candy is notably cheaper than the majority of the Duchess' jewelry—and the best part is, it's still available to buy. 

The 40-year-old has worn garments from the French high-street brand multiple times in the past, including a £90 merino-wool jumper and a pair of Bruna gold hoop earrings. She also has a Sézane Marguerite ruffled blouse in her closet, which she has donned beneath sweaters on two separate occasions. 

Emma Dooney
Lifestyle News Writer

Hailing from the lovely city of Dublin, Emma mainly covers the Royal Family and the entertainment world, as well as the occasional health and wellness feature. Always up for a good conversation, she has a passion for interviewing everyone from A-list celebrities to the local GP - or just about anyone who will chat to her, really.

Emma holds an MA in International Journalism from City, University of London, and a BA in English Literature from Trinity College Dublin.