Duchess of Cambridge in an outfit with autumnal tones to visit NHM in London

On October 9, 2019 the Duchess of Cambridge as Patron of the Natural History Museum visits the Angela Marmont Centre for UK Biodiversity in London to preserve the 80K species of wildlife living in the UK. She was welcomed by the Museum director who accompanied her to the centre where the Duchess could see also a DNA sequencing linked to microorganisms.
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On the occasion the duchess opts for an outfit with autumnal tones. She wears a £39 burgundy jumper from Warehouse with a scalloped high collar and long sleeves. She paired the fine sweater with a pair of £130 green khaki culottes from Jigsaw with a relaxed wide leg, an elastic band at the back and two side pockets.

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She finished the look with a touch of luxury wearing her $4,200 Chanel burgundy bag. This quilted bag is made of calfskin leather features the iconic logo of the brand on the front and an enamel handle. She matched the bag with a pair of $665 burgundy leather shoes from Tod's. The shoes have a block heel and an almond toe with a fringe detail.
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She wears her £5K Asprey of London oak leaf small hoop earrings in 18ct yellow gold and diamonds. She keeps her hair loose and wears a brown eyeshadows with nude lips, looking ready for the autumnal season. Embed from Getty Images Embed from Getty Images

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