Kate Middleton Wears Issa and Those Famous L.K. Bennett Wedges for Canada Outfit #3
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge spent last evening at a reception in the house of the Governor General of Canada. Kate chose to wear old standbys Issa and L.K. Bennett. Those wedges sure are holding up well.
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Kate Middleton's obsession with those L.K. Bennett nude pumps (and, previously, black wedges) has transformed the brand from something few Americans even knew existed to a thriving business with plans to expand internationally.
We recently reported that U.S. shoppers could now purchase those nude L.K. Bennett pumps at Nordstrom; but why settle for the next best thing when soon you'll be able to buy them in an actual L.K. Bennett store? The label is set to open their first New York outpost in Columbus Circle, Racked is reporting (via Shophound).
This will be the brand's fourth U.S. store and probably not the last.
Kate Middleton and Prince William are still in Canada, and yesterday Kate went a little bit casual, sporting a pair of J Brand navy twill jeans (buy them HERE!!!!) and a button down olive blouse. This morning, she kept on the J Brands, but switched to a ruffled top from By Malene Birger, her Smythe blazer, and those now-infamous LK Bennett wedges.
This is getting out of control, but we're not complaining. For her seventh outfit change in Canada, Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton donned a cornflower blue dress by Canadian-bred/London-based designer Erdem, which accentuates her impossibly tiny waist. The couple is in Quebec City right now, and next they'll be travelling to Prince Edward Island, home of Kate's favorite childhood novel, Anne of Green Gables. There better be some puffed sleeves involved.
For more on Kate's Canada outfits, click here.