Kate Middleton’s Power Dressing Streak Continues in Roland Mouret Suit – WWD

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Kate Middleton arrived at Streets of Growth in London on Tuesday, delivering another power suit moment. The Princess of Wales wore a single-breasted wool and silk camel blazer with matching wool-blend wide-leg pants from Roland Mouret with a simple white scoop-neck T-shirt. For footwear, Middleton selected suede pumps from Gianvito Rossi.

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Middleton accessorized her look with classic citrine cushion earrings and gold hoops from Kiki McDonough. This is the second time this week she has worn those earrings — on Monday, the Princess of Wales donned the same style as she visited the Royal Naval Air Force station wearing a black twill double-breasted blazer from Holland Cooper.

LONDON, ENGLAND - SEPTEMBER 19: Catherine, Princess of Wales meets with frontline staff from Streets of Growth on September 19, 2023 in London, England. (Photo by Peter Nicholls - WPA Pool/Getty Images)

Catherine, Princess of Wales meets with frontline staff from Streets of Growth.

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Middleton’s Roland Mouret look continues her suit streak — where to many public events, she’s gone for tailored suits. In addition to the Royal Naval Air Force visit, the Princess of Wales wore a blue Alexander McQueen suit for a Sept. 12 visit to HM Prison High Down.

Streets of Growth is a youth intervention charity that helps young people between the ages of 15 and 25 who are at risk of exploitation, isolation, violence and criminality with outreach and intervention programs. During her visit, Middleton was welcomed by the organization’s founder Darren Way, along with eight frontline staff members.

Earlier this year, the Princess of Wales launched her Shaping Us campaign focused on raising the importance of early childhood in affecting who people become as adults. Middleton’s visit to Streets of Growth connects the dots with her early childhood development initiatives, which highlight how a healthy upbringing can prevent issues later in life.

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