First off, so sorry!  Since going back to work (for over 16 hours a day!) my blog as suffered!

But, I’m back and and with details about a few of the items that weren’t identified during the tour.

First off, those boots!

The boots are by R. Soles and are the Vegas Setter style.  Unlike everything else Kate wore during the tour, these boots are still available online!

The Earrings!

While Kate wore the same earrings many times over the tour, we only saw these once… at the Consulate General’s Party in California pair with her DVF dress.

The earrings are from Cassandra Goad (located on Sloan Street in London) and are called the Temple of Heaven 9ct Yellow Gold Girandole Earrings.  While the retail for over $1,500 they are still available online!

The Trench and Scarf

The trench is (as everyone suspected) from Ted Baker.  The ‘Jinan’ trench dates back quiet a number of years, and it’s readily available online.  However, Ted Baker have released a new similar trench (above) for those of you wanting to steal the style.

The trench is described by Ted Baker as:
“Ted’s navy trench gets royal seal of approval. Come reign or shine, you can get the Duchess of Cambridge’s look this autumn with the Darsia trench coat arriving in store and online early August.”

The scarf is from Hugo Boss at Selfridges.  The scarf is a silk/cashmere blend and is available in 3 colours.

And last but not least….THE HOSE!

Now, as someone how has to pair pantyhose to work everyday I love that Kate is making them stylish.  Hose can do wonders for a girls legs, but the wrong pair and the wrong colour will make you look terrible!

Obviously, Kate looks great with hose!  While the brand has not been pinned down, different outlets have mentioned:

Wolford’s Naked 8 sheer pantyhose
Falke Sheline 12 Ultra Transparent Hipster Tights
John Lewis Barely There Non Slip Tights
Pretty Polly Natural Line

 

We end on what may be considered say news for some.  According to Ross Lydall’s column in The Evening Standard:

“The Queen is “delighted” with the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s tour of North America – and plans to reward the couple with a long holiday.  The Standard understands that William and Kate, who were landing at Heathrow this morning on a scheduled British Airways flight, will take two-and-a-half months away from public duties and will not have their next official engagement until the end of September.”
Hopefully this will give me enough time to catch up, and I won’t be a week behind in my next post!

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