Kate’s jackets and capes

   

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Duchess Kate: olive Tracker jacket by Troy London

Olive Tracker jacket made from cotton drill beautifully finished inner with contrast binding in honey gold. The internal drawstring waist gives the option for a more tailored fit. Utilitarian pockets. Fastened with monogrammed bone buttons. Made in England. By Troy London.

1- Kate wore this jacket on 11th June 2019 during a trip to rural Cumbria, England.

Duchess Kate: olive ladie’s wax defence jacket by Barbour

Olive defence jacket made of traditional Barbour Sylkoil wax, it features front pocket styling and side buttons. Lining 100% cotton Barbour Tartan. By Barbour.

1- The Duchess of Cambridge wore this jacket on 29th November 2017 to visit the Robin Hood Primary School in London.

2- The Barbour jacket was worn also on 28th March 2019 during a visit to the Scouts’ headquarters at Gilwell Park, Essex.

3- The jacket was seen also in May 2019 when the Duchess was seen in behind-the scene photographs prior to the presentation of the Back to Nature garden at the Chelsea Flower show.

4- The popular jacket was worn again on 11th June 2019 during a trip to rural Cumbria, England.

Duchess Kate: red double-breasted twill blazer by Philosophy di Lorenzo Serafini

Blend-wool deep red double-breasted claret twill blazer inspired by the work of French designer Jean Bouquin who is famed for dressing the St Tropez jetset in the ’60s and style icon Brigitte Bardot. It features peak lapels and embossed gold buttons. From the Philosophy di Lorenzo Serafini Resort ’17 collection.

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Nice classic blazer, however the material makes the garment look slightly shapeless when worn by the Duchess. The colour is lovely though.

1- Kate wore the blazer on 14th February 2017 when visiting  young people at RAF Wittering near Peterborough.

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2- The red blazer was worn another time on 8th May 2019 when touring the Caernarfon Coastguard Search and Rescue Helicopter Base and Wales Air Ambulance, North Wales.

Duchess Kate: navy wax parka by Troy London

Lightweight navy coat made from 100% cotton milled in England with a dry wax finish.  A black sports-luxe lining provides fully waterproof protection and brings an urban appeal to this casual but elegant coat with a cinched waist and drawstring hood. Made in England. By Troy London.

1- The Duchess of Cambridge wore this jacket on 8th May 2019 at Newborough Beach, North Wales.

Duchess Kate: navy and marigold longshore quilted jacket by Barbour

Navy and marigold longshore quilted jacket designed with a funnel collar, exposed zip, front fastening and doubled up pockets on either breast panel. The curved hem softens the structure. 100% polyamide, Side Panels: 98% polyester, 2% elastane, woven. By Barbour.

1- The Duchess of Cambridge wore the quilted jacket on 27th February 2019 during a visit to Roscor Youth Village in County Fermanagh, Northern Ireland, a few miles from the Irish border.

2- This quilted jacket was worn again on 14th April 2019 at the Burnham Market Horse Trials in Norfolk.

3- The navy and marigold Barbour jacket was worn underneath her navy wax parka by Troy on 8th May 2019 at Newborough Beach, North Wales.

Duchess Kate: Bracken tweed jacket by Dubarry

Country classic weed Teflon® coated jacket with a stand-up collar to provide protection and warmth. It is gently fitted to give a feminine silhouette, it has gathered patch pockets and is fastened with a durable zip with a placket, finished with distinctive cast metal buttons – 100% Pure New Wool. By Dubarry.

Very nice and feminine country jacket.

1- The Duchess of Cambridge wore it on 23rd December 2018 during a shopping trip in Norfolk.

2- Kate wore it again on 15th January 2019 when she visited the King Henry’s Walk Garden in Islington in London.

3- This Dubarry jacket was also worn in February 2019 when making plans for her “Back to Nature” garden, which will be entered at the RHS Chelsea Flower show with Andree Davies and Adam White at Kensington Palace, London.