Kate Middleton Exudes Class In New Gray Ensemble

Recently, the Duchess of Cambridge wowed in a gray coat. Now, this color may not sound as exciting as some others that are regularly found on Kate Middleton. 

For instance, some of her best fashion moments, as pointed out by Town & Country, include a matching pink top and coat, a burgundy coat dress with a coordinating hat, and an emerald green skirt and jacket.

In particular, she tends to go for dark blues and greens — like her royal blue dress by Jenny Packham, her baby blue coat by Mulberry, or her blue dress by Eponine London, per Marie Claire — which compliment her hair and skin tone. As reported by Us Weekly, she also loves a midi length; prints like plaid; and wearing outfits for the second time, such as some of her go-to coat dresses.

When in Denmark recently, though, Middleton donned a gray ensemble. From the accessories to the fabric, this choice oozed sophistication.

Kate Middleton's gray coat is by Catherine Walker

This look was worn while Kate Middleton visited with Queen Margrethe II and Crown Princess Mary in Denmark. While there, she visited both of their official residences, Christian IX's Palace, and Frederik VIII's Palace.

She also had lunch with Mary and visited the Mary Foundation, which focuses on domestic violence prevention and was started by Mary in 2007, according to People.

On this royal outing, Middleton donned a coat by one of her favorite designers, Catherine Walker. As stated by the Daily Mail, the gray piece featured a double breast, pointed shoulders, and a herringbone fabric. Known as the Marine coat, it has a black collar and black cuffs, too, for contrast and some added interest. The midi-length coat had a sleek silhouette that was supremely flattering on the duchess.

The pearl jewelry that Middleton paired with the gray piece, including earrings she has worn before, are from designer Annoushka Ducas. Simple pumps, gloves, and a small handbag — all in black — coordinate with the coat's accents and complete the chic look.