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This Is How Kate Middleton Does A Monochrome Look For The Holidays

She hosted a Christmas carol service in London.

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On Dec. 15, Kate Middleton hosted a Together at Christmas carol service at London’s Westminster Abbey. For the occasion, Middleton wore a head-to-toe burgundy outfit. See her look from all angles, ahead.

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Middleton arrived at Westminster Abbey in a coat from Eponine, which was custom-made for the occasion. She teamed it with matching suede pumps from Gianvito Rossi.Samir Hussein/WireImage
The royal styled color-coordinated accessories with her coat dress, like a glossy croc-effect clutch and a pair of gloves.Samir Hussein/WireImage
She finished off the look with a pair of dangling drop earrings from Accessorize. (The label is her go-to for affordable jewelry.)Samir Hussein/WireImage
Middleton’s husband Prince William, as well as their daughter Charlotte and son George, joined her at the holiday service. Similar to her mom, Princess Charlotte also wore a red-based outfit.Samir Hussein/WireImage

If you feel inspired by Middleton’s holiday outfit, copy it with the pieces ahead.

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While Middleton’s bespoke coat from Eponine is not available to purchase, this elegant number from The Fold will provide a close alternative to the royal’s exact silhouette.
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Gianvito Rossi
Gianvito 105 Pumps in Red
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Spruce up your footwear collection with the royal-approved Gianvito 105 pumps.
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For a croc-embossed leather clutch, look no further than this gradient style from Alexander McQueen. (Middleton is a big fan of the label’s edgy and classy accessories.)
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Good news: Middleton’s exact earrings from Accessorize are still in stock. And they currently retail for only $10!
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Complete your outfit with burgundy-hued gloves. This particular pair from Paul Smith features colorful detailing between the fingers for a fun peek-a-boo color effect.
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