Get the Look: Kate Middleton's Concert Look

07/03/2007 at 01:00 PM ET

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Kate Middleton needs no advice when it comes to fashion. Stepping out in a regal looking white dress and white cotton Issa trench coat for the Diana memorial concert in London on Sunday she showed off a royal sense of style. With rumors of a reconciliation in the air all eyes were on the beaming Middleton, who dressed down the outfit with her favorite black knee high boots and a perfect blow dry. We love that her outfit was stylish yet practical. As Issa designer Daniella Helayel tells PEOPLE “She looks very chic, demure and understated in the trench coat. It was the perfect outfit for the weather and the event!” We couldn’t agree more. If you can’t afford Kate’s $900 designer trench, try this casual white trench for a similar look, on sale $30 from $80, at gap.com. Add these Isaac Mizrahi boots, $36 at target.com, and this Ann Taylor sheath, $80 at anntaylor.com — and you’ve got the look!

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k8 on

The boots do throw it off…brown would have been a better colour choice in my opinion…

And it is rather warm in London this time of year…I spent last summer there and wore flip flops, capris, and tank tops most of the time

Sasha on

Well it’s a good thing she’s wearin the boots…since england is being flooded at the moment in some areas and its pooring down everywhere else..she looks stylish and practical!

kat, england on

Okay, “t” and others, living right here in england, PIP is right, YES it’s summer, but NO, it’s not acting like it at all. It shifts from cold to hot, hailstorms, thunder and sunshine, so it’s hard for us brits to pick outfits as we can get whole spectrums of weather in one day here. hence the boots and the trench coat.

and she looks great, but the girl needs to find a talent other than having dated Prince William or else I can’t see her purpose of being in the limelight.

t on

PIP I believe that you would be that simpleton!

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Alyssa on

I like her style but $900 for a coat thats absurd!!

Norina Dove on

LOVE THE LOOK!!!! The boots did “dress down” the outfit and with the heel, looked very chic. Rock on!

Lil on

Ouch, that’s pretty harsh there t, regardless of the temp it’s still summer in England.

alia on

Wow, T….if you think 72 degrees of humidity is cold—or even 62 degrees is cold, then your crazy….that is not cold enough to wear a trench coat and black boots….but it’s up to Kate to wear what she wants….and I’m pretty sure we are all entitled to our own opinions….Not one of these comments on this page gives you the right to call us “simpletons”—- IF you ARE from England,T, you just proved to us American’s how stuck up and snobby you English really are…..mission accomplished, T….

TC on

She reminds me of Sporty Spice!

L on

Sorry simpleton, but it IS summer in London – and suade boots are a definate no-no in the summer, no matter where you live! She always ruins nice outfits with a bad choice of knee high boots! What about Harry’s girlfriend? SHE looked amazing, was dressed appropriately for a outdoor summer concert and definately deserves some column space instead of Kate!

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