A royal can get away with the fashion risk, but can a mere mortal? She has made several looks her signature : b rightly colored coats belted at the waist , striped shirts paired with navy blazers and wrap dresses with L. Bennett heels. But even icons make questionable style choices, and for Kate, that choice is nude tights — or pantyhose , as your grandmother calls them. Of course, this is likely less a faux pas than a royal mandate, but yes, Kate has been loyal to the flesh-colored leg covering throughout her marriage, even if much of the fashion world views them as dated and dowdy.
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