Well, It Looks Like Kate Middleton Is Trying to Bring Back a Popular '80s Trend

Trustee of the Natural History Museum, London
We saw Kate Middleton step out in glamorous dresses, sailor pants, and a pair of striped shirts, but when we spotted the sleek black suit she recently wore for a gig? Our first reaction was "whoa". Not only was the look perfectly tailored and Meghan Markle-esque (remember the Smart Works collection?), It was also a trend of the 80s: a blazer with strong shoulders.
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The Duchess decided to bring this throwback style back while filming at London's Natural History Museum, where she announced that she would announce the winner of this year's Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition. The event, advertised using the hashtag # WPY56, will be streamed live on Tuesday and can be viewed on the museum's YouTube and Facebook pages.
It seems like Kate was on board for the 80s fashion comeback. In April, she even showed up with a ruffled statement collar, reminding us of a dress Princess Diana wore in 1981. Big shoulders is a style we associate with this decade, and while Kate's blazer is a slightly subtle version of The Trend still spiced up her all-black outfit and convinced us to invest in one of our own.
Trustee of the Natural History Museum, London
Of course, Kate's Alexander McQueen design (Shop Similar: $ 3,090; matchfashion.com) will bring you a few thousand dollars in the end, but Express sells its own version ($ 71; express.com) that something is more budget friendly.

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