Kate Middleton's £35 Mango dress proves figure-hugging knits and belts are becoming her winter go-to

Kate Middleton's £35 Mango dress has highlighted the Princess of Wales' new go-to winter style with an elegant fitted outfit

Kate Middleton's £35 Mango dress
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The Princess of Wales was snapped in an elegant all-khaki look on November 9, which highlighted Catherine's new go-to winter style. Here's how you can steal this look!


The Princess of Wales visited Colham Manor Children's Centre With The Maternal Mental Health Alliance on November 9. During this outing, Kate Middleton gave her poppy away to a little boy in a heartwarming moment that royal fans adored as the Princess showed she had really earned the fan-given name, the Children's Princess.

While attending this event, the Princess was photographed wearing a dark olive green dress that she paired with a matching pair of heels and a dark green coat. This stunning dress is from the High Street shop, Mango, and is very affordably priced at just £35.99. 

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Knitted Perkins neck dress | Mango £35.99 (opens in new tab)

Knitted Perkins neck dress | Mango £35.99 (opens in new tab)

This knitted dress is part of the Committed Collection. The dress is made from Cable Fine knit fabric. The dress features a midi-tailored design with a high collar and long sleeves.

The khaki green dress has been a huge hit and is down to just the last few items online. Mango also sells a version that is available in caramel, which is another elegant color for those looking to copy the Princess' look. 

The brand also sells another green knitted dress in a similar style. This dress is a forest green rather than a khaki green and is slightly less fitted than Catherine's look.


Ribbed Midi dress | Mango £49.99 (opens in new tab)

Ribbed Midi dress | Mango £49.99 (opens in new tab)

This dress is part of the Committed Collection. The dress features a medium cable knit fabric, with a straight design, rounded neck, and long sleeves.

Kate Middleton's khaki Hobbs trench coat oozed easy-to-wear elegance as she paired the green dress with a coat of a similar tone. This color-blocking styling tip has been used by the Princess for some time, but her look in Uxbridge also highlighted a new styling tip that Catherine has just recently adopted. 

Kate Middleton

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In recent weeks, as the weather in the UK has shifted from autumn breezes to wintery weather conditions, Catherine has opted to wear knitted fitted dresses that look fashionable while still keeping her warm while attending outdoor royal engagements. 

When styling these dresses, Catherine is often opting to wear midi-length dresses that go down to her knee, or calf and perfectly highlight her frame. The Princess also has begun wearing belts to ensure that her waist is cinched in and this style of dress doesn't hide her figure or look frumpy.

Kate Middleton

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A key example of this was just last week when Kate Middleton took style tips from Meghan Markle in an immaculate color block outfit with a retro roll-neck. The all-caramel-coloured look was a similar style to this khaki green ensemble in Uxbridge and shows the Princess' favorite go-to style for keeping warm in the Winter.

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