If you’re ready for sweater weather but not quite prepared to give up on your summer wardrobe, Kate Middleton has the solution. The Duchess of Cambridge stepped out with her husband Prince William and brother-in-law Prince Harry on Monday in a pastel pink dress that recalls warmer temps but fully functions for early autumn.
Middleton chose a rose-print Kate Spade tie-neck dress ($498; nordstrom.com) with long sleeves and a burgundy print that helps in the transition to fall. She paired the classic number with nude pointed-toe pumps, a matching box clutch, and loose curls.
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To shop the duchess-approved trend, try a sleek light pink dress with a large floral print, like this one from Topshop ($80; topshop.com). Off-the-shoulder sleeves and a midi length assist in making it suitable for the season.
The mom of two was out in London to celebrate World Mental Health Day with the charity, Heads Together.
“William, Harry, and I feel it is our duty to do what we can, with your help, to shine a spotlight on emotional wellbeing,” she said in an address to the room. "The three of us are coming to the realization that more needs to be done to support people who are seeking help. Over the coming months, we hope to explore what else we can do to increase the level of service and support that people can receive."
She added, "But first, as William said, we must tackle the stigma that stops people asking for help in the first place. We want to encourage people to talk to one another."
The royals are certainly using their platforms to champion a worthy cause.