Kate Middleton wore a frosted blue, cardigan sweater by Boden for her final Hold Still digital exhibition and the Duchess of Cambridge looked absolutely stunning. It’s hard to believe that Kate is the mother of three children and 38-years-old. She recently lightened her hair to a warm, caramel color and the look was gorgeous. When people saw Kate Middleton in the beautiful sweater, people wanted details over who it was by and how they could get one. Boden is available in the U.K. and the U.S.A. and the sweater quickly sold out in America.
The sweater is called the Abercorn Scallop Cardigan in frosted blue and it retails for approximately $110. In addition to the frosted blue, the sweater is also available in the color conker.
You may see a photo of Kate Middleton wearing the gorgeous sweater below.
Source: Kensington Royal
The Boden offers a very feminine flair with scalloped edging around the neckline. the soft blue color is very flattering and it looked gorgeous on Kate.
Kate Middleton is revered for her fashion sense and has been compared to Princess Diana who was the epitome of style. Recently, Kate Middleton was voted the most stylish royal. It’s no surprise as Kate Middleton always looks elegant as well as glamorous. She carries herself with poise and grace and has quickly become the most beloved royal in the royal family.
A poll was taken by FarFetch and it was determined that Kate Middleton was the most stylish royal fashion icon. The overall winner for the top style icon was Victoria Beckham. Others who competed against Kate Middleton and Victoria Beckham include Ellie Goulding, Chiara Ferragni, and Olivia Palermo.
What do you think about the Boden sweater that Kate Middleton wore during the Hold Still exhibition? Are you a fan of Kate Middleton’s style? Do you agree that she is the most fashionable member of the Royal Family?
Charisse Van Horn is a freelance writer from Tampa Bay. She enjoys writing about celebrities, entertainment, and fashion. Any reproduction of this article outside of Celebrity Insider will be met with legal action by the writer.