Pinstripes will forever be having a moment. The classic print is a go-to for minimalist and maximalist dressers alike. Naturally, the Princess of Wales has a pinstripe piece or two in her extensive wardrobe – and showed off her stripe-laden sartorial flair on Friday.
Prince William’s wife arrived for the visit to the Air Tattoo at RAF Fairford serving up mum-on-the-run elegance alongside her husband and their children Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis.
For the drizzly day, the Princess wore a single-breasted beige blazer by Blaze Milano featuring fine pinstripes and button-down detailing. She layered the uber-shoppable piece, coined the 'Wind Pinstripe Double Breast Silk Linen Blazer,' over a white camisole and belted navy blue trousers. A pair of coordinating flats offered a practical yet pristine footwear choice.
The mother-of-three wore her chocolate locks down loose (how they remained unaffected by the frizz-inducing rain we will never know) and opted for a radiant beauty blend to highlight her bright facial features.
A pair of delicate gold hoop earrings glimmered from under her divinely silky mane, adding a modest sprinkling of sparkle to her polished daywear.
Prince George mirrored his father in a blue Ralph Lauren polo top teamed with bottle green trousers and brown suede brogues as he greeted attendees.
Princess Charlotte looked tres chic in a Breton stripe dress featuring a white Peter Pan collar and cardigan which was teamed with some slip-on shoes, while Prince Louis sported a white polo top layered under a cosy navy knit. The young royal also sported plimsolls.
The Royal International Air Tattoo is the world's largest military air show, held annually in July, in support of The Royal Air Force Charitable Trust.
The Prince and Princess of Wales have a good relationship with the RAF, with the Prince having served with the Search and Rescue Force for over three years, based at RAF Valley in Anglesey. The Prince is Honorary Air Commodore of RAF Coningsby and The Princess is Honorary Air Commodore of the Air Cadets.
William and Kate brought Louis’ older brother George to the air show just before his third birthday in 2016, with the youngster donning ear defenders.
The toddler was in his element as he viewed the jets with his parents and even got to sit in the cockpit.