While visiting the UNICEF center in Copenhagen, Denmark, Kate donned a gorgeous red Ami coat. Rather than wearing the belt that goes with the long jacket, Kate decided to finish off the ensemble with a chunky Bessie belt from Reis.
Kate wore her hair down for this event, carried a black clutch, and finished off the outfit with a pair of Stuart Weitzman boots.
Green Emilia Wickstead Dress - March 2012
What better dress for the St. Patrick’s Day celebration? On the holiday, Kate wore this stunning green Emilia Wickstead dress in Aldershot, England at a St. Patrick’s Day Parade at Mons Barracks. During the event, the Princess presented shamrocks Irish Guards present at the parade.
To round out the St. Patty’s Day theme, Kate pinned a golden shamrock pin to her lapel. She also wore a brown Lock & Co. hat that perfectly match her brown Emmy shoes. She completed the look with a small bunch of fresh greenery pinned to her shoulder.
Green Emilia Wickstead Dress - March 2013
Just a year later, Kate decided to embrace the same St. Patrick’s Day outfit at the very same event. She again wore the green Emilia Wickstead dress to the St. Patrick’s Day Parade at Mons Barracks. However, Kate changed up the look slightly in the second year.
She wore a green turtleneck under the dress, transforming the green number into more of a coat. She also ditched the belt she wore in 2012, likely because she was pregnant with Prince George and didn’t need anything pressing on her midsection.
Red Ami Coat - November 2012
A full year later, Kate pulled the red Ami coat out of her closet once again. This time, she stuck with the matching belt, a much more subtle addition than the bright Bessie belt. She still wore her hair down but carried a gorgeous red clutch rather than the black accessory of 2011.
Kate wore the coat while visiting the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff. Considering Christmas was just around the corner, the bright red jacket was a seasonally appropriate choice.
Red Ami Coat - February 2016
Kate wore the coat again in February 2016 at an event honoring the end of RAF Search and Rescue (SAR) force operations in Anglesey, Wales. This time, she created an entirely different look with the outfit.
Kate against wore the coat with the standard belt but dressed up the look with a hat from Lock & Co. She also wore her hair up and donned silver earrings, creating a slightly more formal look. She finished off the look with a pair of black pumps that matched her hat.