Sometimes you come across that rare pair of shoes that are so comfortable and versatile you just have to have them in every color. That's what the duchess does, anyway. Kate Middleton keeps several versions of her favorite heels in rotation, and she just sported the most colorful of them all.
When it comes to style, this royal keeps it simple and consistent. She doesn't often stray from her favorite silhouettes, colors, and brands, but hey, the girl knows what she likes. You know when she's particularly fond of a piece, too, because she'll wear it over and over again (often over a period of several years).
That's been the case with Middleton's love affair with Emmy London's Rebecca heels. She first debuted the matte pumps during St. Patrick's Day in 2017, wearing them with a double-breasted coat dress and festive emerald accessories.
After that, the duchess stocked up on the shoe in neutral ivory and gray, which she's been living in this spring. Middleton just wore her favorite heels again and this time the green version was a bold match for her turquoise look.
Her Royal Highness celebrated ANZAC Day in the springiest teal and green ensemble on Thurs.
Surprise guest Prince Harry escorted the duchess into Westminster Abbey for the annual Service of Commemoration and Thanksgiving. For the occasion, Middleton opted for the usual coat dress look by her go-to designer Catherine Walker and a matching feather-adorned fascinator by Rosie Olivia.
She accessorized with sparkly Kiki McDonough earrings and a green clutch that matched her shoes. Pairing this rich pine color with turquoise is a daring move for the duchess. Perhaps she should take fashion risks more often.
The $540 suede, pointy-toed Emmy London pumps come in six colors and Middleton has half of them. In fact, she's worn the cinder shade twice in the past month alone — first with a bright-red look on Commonwealth Day, then with a polished blue coat dress for Easter Service.
She also has them in the nude blush hue, which she sported with a pale-blue dress during a recent reception for the 50th anniversary of Prince Charles' investiture at Buckingham Palace.
Middleton loves these shoes so much she's inspired her sister to wear them, too. Pippa Middleton is partial to the "steel" color and has worn them out several times.
There's no question you'll love these versatile pumps as much as the Middleton sisters do. The duchess' favorite hue, ahead.