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The pink coat features a lapel collar, shoulder pads, a slightly flowing silhouette and a cinching belt that can be removed if preferred (Kate wore her coat open, with the belt removed). The blossom pink hue is perfect for spring, while the 100% wool fabric will keep you warm on those colder mornings.




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For her first public appearance this year that hasn't been conducted over Zoom, Kate Middleton appeared looking fresh-as-a-daisy in a pastel pink coat and matching jumper, a 65 style with a scalloped collar from Boden.


Visiting School21, which opened this week after the easing of lockdown restrictions on Monday, she was joined by her husband, Prince William, for their first outing since the bombshell interview aired on Sunday. The coat is 389 from Max&Co, and still available to buy online.


Middleton looked as poised as ever, pairing her pink separates with a wide-leg pair of black trousers (a favourite style from Jigsaw) and block-heeled pumps (from Emmy London) that looked comfortable as she squatted down to talk to children on the playground. Accessorising with her favourite floral mask from Amaia Kids, as well as some small hoop earrings - Orelia's 15 mini chain huggies - the message she was sending with her outfit at least was very much business as usual.


One of Kate's top tricks for rewearing an item already in your wardrobe is to subtly change its look. This time, she re-wore a green Catherine Walker coat but added a black fur trim to alter its appearance.


Kate loves this pink M&S trouser suit so much, she wore it three times in 2020! She first wore the suit in March while visiting healthcare workers in Croydon, and then wore the trousers again in September while speaking with other parents in Battersea Park, London about the ways the pandemic had impacted them. The outfit had its third appearance during a video on the 5 Big Questions on the Under Fives campaign.


Kate has worn her beloved Nubuck Waistcoat from Really Wild several times over the years, from an outing in 2012 to September 2020 when she wore it again to visit a Scouts group in London. It also made an appearance during the royal tour of Pakistan in 2019.


Honestly, you can always count on Jill Biden to positively serve in every way, but particularly so when it comes to fashion. A clear lover of pastels, a good suit, and a great coat, Biden is never one to skimp on style. Take Biden's 2020 pink election night coat, for example. It's colorful. It's efficacious. It's stylish. What's not to love? (That's a rhetorical question.) Coat characteristics aside, though, there's a reason you might be getting regal vibes from Biden's election night look: The coat mimics those often worn by the Queen of England and Kate Middleton.


Biden's coat is arguably a prime trend to emulate as winter gets closer. The lighter shade brightens up the sea of black clothing that often dominates the colder months, but it's muted enough to act as a neutral, so you're not stuck wondering what to wear with it. The coat, which appears to be light pink wool with a large collar and a high neckline, also calls to mind several similar silhouettes you've seen the British royal family wear, mostly because of its refined silhouette and tight neckline.


Biden's coat feels very similar to a coat Queen Elizabeth wore in December 2019 while arriving at a train station. Although the latter's featured outer buttons, while the former's doesn't, the shades of pink and necklines aren't far off from each other.


You could argue the former second lady's coat also looks like one worn by Middleton during a 2016 visit to Canada. Middleton's is notably more fitted and appears more off-white than pink, but again, it's all about the vibes. And the vibes point to Biden being a secret member of the royal family's fashion group chat.


If you're loving Biden's pink coat, you have Canadian brand HiSO to thank. The brand's lineup of unique outerwear and shearlings exude edge and elegance, as you can see in this closer look at Biden's coat below:


Add some color to your coat closet with bright new styles, puffer jackets, anoraks, packables, even vests. Save on ways to stay chic in the chill, because the temperature may be low, but so are our prices!


Mittens and boots fly as 3-year-olds bundle up to adventure out into the winter snow. Tate, ready to go in the middle of the line, stands with no coat and bare arms. When Ms. Tiana, one of his teachers, approaches, Tate quietly shares that he did not have a coat he could wear to school that morning. She assures him that there are plenty of extra coats he can choose from for the day.


Materials are among the most important aspects to consider when creating an inclusive, gender-neutral classroom. We encourage teachers to select materials that invite exploration without imposing gender expectations. For example, one simple change is to avoid objects that reinforce gendered play, like those that suggest pink is for girls and blue is for boys. Toys and objects with neutral color palettes, such as an unpainted wooden doll house with gender-nonspecific figures, may help children feel more welcome to explore various roles, labels, and activities in their play. These neutral materials also enable more creative play, as children can decorate the house and design outfits for the figures.


Joined by his wife Jill Biden along with his children Ashley and Hunter and a long line of his grandchildren. One of his granddaughters Natalie stood out from the pack in a bright pink look; the 16-year-old student popped in the custom Lafayette 148 New York coat and coordinating face mask and scarf combination. Like Jill Biden and Kamala Harris, the first granddaughter chose to support an independent American brand, setting the tone for a term of national style icons of all ages.


For a finishing on-trend touch, Natalie kept warm despite the lifted the hem of her coat with a little help from knee-high boots. The slouchy suede pair came set atop a block heel with a classic round-toe silhouette to finish.


Together, the foursome hit Soho House in Los Angeles on Wednesday in edgy fashion. While MGK and Fox matched in slick trench coats, Lavigne and Mod Sun opted for grungier all-black attire in jeans and leather jackets.


This is something I will be adding to my closet this year. I love the bright pink one. I notice the older I get the more I seem to fade away & really need the color to feel alive! Plus, I think I have been hiding in my black coats for several years trying not to draw attention to my aging self. ? Thanks for your many good ideas. Have a wonderful day. I just have to say that I found pictures of your Amsterdam home on your blog & love your use of color. Especially I like your mix of dining room chairs.


For her final look of season 3, Villanelle wore an oversized mustard coat by Loewe and Ann Demeulemeester lace-up biker boots. Though the episode served as a period of reflection of her lifestyle for the assassin, it doesn't mean her commitment to fashion has ended.


In a scene reminiscent of the Molly Goddard moment from season one, Villanelle writes a postcard to Eve while wearing a light pink Rosie Assoulin blouse, fuchsia vintage skirt and vintage Christian Lacroix earrings.


After starting the series wearing clothes out of necessity which Villanelle would usually never be seen in - like oversized khaki coats or children's pop art style pyjamas - the assassin arrives back for business in a Chloé equestrian-printed blazer. 041b061a72


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