The Duchess of Cambridge sported a £90 wool jumper from French brand Sézane during a visit to a nursery this morning.
The merino wool jumper, which features a lace collar, is still available to buy.
The duchess first wore the brand last year during a visit to Deepdale Hall Farm, a traditional fell sheep farm in Cumbria. She wore its Marguerite Blouse under a cashmere jumper for the visit.
Sézane was established in 2013 by Morgane Sézalory in a bid to create high quality garments inspired by Parisian fashion.
The 38-year-old Duchess paired the jumper with a statement teal coat and black skinny jeans.
The mother-of-three kept her hair in its usual bouncy blow-dry and her make-up demure for the visit.
The duchess made the outing to visit the London Early Years Foundation Stockwell Gardens Nursery and Pre-School, where she discussed her early years ‘5 Big Questions on the Under Fives’ survey with staff. The landmark UK-wide survey aims to spark a national conversation about raising the next generation and during today’s visit the duchess revealed over 100,000 have so far signed up.
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