Get the Look: Kate Middleton's Concert Look

07/03/2007 at 01:00 PM ET

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Kate Middleton needs no advice when it comes to fashion. Stepping out in a regal looking white dress and white cotton Issa trench coat for the Diana memorial concert in London on Sunday she showed off a royal sense of style. With rumors of a reconciliation in the air all eyes were on the beaming Middleton, who dressed down the outfit with her favorite black knee high boots and a perfect blow dry. We love that her outfit was stylish yet practical. As Issa designer Daniella Helayel tells PEOPLE “She looks very chic, demure and understated in the trench coat. It was the perfect outfit for the weather and the event!” We couldn’t agree more. If you can’t afford Kate’s $900 designer trench, try this casual white trench for a similar look, on sale $30 from $80, at Add these Isaac Mizrahi boots, $36 at, and this Ann Taylor sheath, $80 at — and you’ve got the look!

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Heather on

T- It IS summer in London, as it is on the same latitude as Maine. It is NOT summer someplace like Australia and Buenos Aires.

And I think she looks fantastic. She seems modest, stylish, and cool headed. Something I think many in the public eye should take note of.

sitti on

is that the royal sense of style?! If I were in her shoes, i’d prefer to walk bare-footed than to wear those knee-high boots.. it does’nt compliment the whole outfit. The trench coat would be more pretty if it was a little bit longer for about 2 inches.. and hey, i dont like the dress underneath the coat. But I like her hair, very natural!!!

sitti on

i dont like the knee-high boots, it does’nt compliment the whole outfit. If i were in her shoes, i could have worn peep-toes or rather be bare-footed at all. The inner cloth lokks very ordinary.. duh.. also the trench coat looked really nice but it will be more attractive if it was a little bit longer about 2-3 inches more. But i like her hair, very natural!!!

Ashleigh on

Just to clear a few things up about weather in London. Yes it is summer over her, and sometimes it DOES get hot. But we had the wettest june and start of july on record this year (loads of flooding) and the day this photo was taken, it had been a really wet and cold morning before the sun came out, so Kate was just sensibly dressing, really!-Also Kate is really elegant and classy, love the look!

Sabrina on

I think she looks cute, but I don’t understand why she feels the need to always wear white or black. It’s either the one or the other. And yes, from a WAY back post, T: I’ve lived in England most my life as well as visited there every summer. IT DOES GET HOT, it rains a lot, and is cold during the winter, but it’s hot in the summer, like any other place in the northern hemisphere(minus north pole and other similar regions) who’s the simpleton now?!

p.s I think she’s too pretty for the prince.

QT on

Kinda cute…..But I hate those boots!

sweetness on

that week the weather was so messed up, wasnt sure if it was gonna rain or not and i think it did at some point

tosha on

she looks nice,but why would u wear those hot boots in the summer time

Anonymous on


sophieb on

Everyone should love her shes elegant and lovely.
I love the white mac and the suede black boots combo but personally i would wear them in the winter. Not really a fasion statement in the summer.

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