Kate Middleton's white power suit is giving us Princess Diana vibes, here's how to get her look

Kate Middleton's white power suit evokes the style of the late Princess Diana—shop the look and stylish but affordable dupes

Kate Middleton white suit—Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge visits Shortwood Teacher's College on March 23, 2022 in Kingston, Jamaica.
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Kate Middleton's white suit stands out as one of her most radiant and smart looks yet. Not only does it fuse androgynous chic with soft feminine details, but it emulates the timeless style of her late mother-in-law Princess Diana. Here's everything to know about the outfit and how to get the look.


In the same week that Kate Middleton tried a bold 70s look in bright white flares and retro earrings, the stylish royal stepped out in another unforgettable white ensemble.


The suit worn by the Duchess is actually two separates from Alexander McQueen (opens in new tab). It's not the first time she'd sported an all-white number from the UK brand, who designed Kate Middleton's wedding dress.

Kate Middleton's glossy hair cascaded over the Classic Single-Breasted Suiting Blazer in ivory with matching suiting pants.

Beneath the smart blazer, the fashion-forward royal went for another British brand, Ridley London (opens in new tab). Their Alicia top in tangerine silk crepe de chine is a perfect dollop of sunshine in the otherwise all-white get-up. The tangerine dream continued in her matching bag which is vintage 1960's raffia beaded wooden handle bag.

Kate Middleton's white suit—Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge is seen during visit to Shortwood Teacher's College on March 23, 2022 in Kingston, Jamaica.

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Considering Kate Middleton's dresses are what she's largely known and admired for, this change of tac is unexpected. That being said, the Duchess of Cambridge looked utterly resplendent during a visit with Jamaica's Prime Minister Andrew Holness and his wife, Juliet.

The visit, which comes in the wake of reparation protests saying that Prince William and Kate Middleton are 'not welcome' in Jamaica, saw the PM address the 'unresolved' issues and Jamaica's, "true ambitions and destiny to become an independent, developed and prosperous country

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