Though Middleton is usually one to follow royal protocol around dressing, the duchess appears to have loosened up her style lately. Take the Breton stripes she wore to the King's Cup Regatta earlier this Off White Sale month or the fashion-forward Gucci pussybow blouse she chose for a visit to the Henry Fawcett Children's Centre in March. Her latest outfit aligns perfectly with the nature-focused mission of her new project while offering s a laid-back approach to personal style that's still worthy of a royal.
Since the modern bride tends to change her wedding look-there's a dress for the ceremony, reception, and sometimes even the afterparty-these outfit changes can call for new footwear too. Call it revolutionary, or maybe it's simply an era when practical fashion outweighs tradition, but brides today are swapping out pretty party shoes for something unexpected and much more casual: the wedding sneaker. Whether you're hiding a pair under your gown, or showing them off with an accompanying afterparty frock, a sneaker can, in fact, be wedding appropriate. Take it from Vogue's own Off White Clothing beauty editor, Jenna Rennert, who swapped a pair of 3-inch bedazzled heels at one in the morning for a pair of custom Nike Blazers, that she matched with her new husband. The two comfortably danced the night away, a major relief after a whole day of running around between wedding festivities-plus, they paired perfectly with her wispy feathered mini dress.
I jumped at the chance to work with Sandra [Choi, Jimmy Choo creative director] on my dream capsule of shoe and boot styles, it was such an honor to be able to brainstorm creatively and I am so thrilled with the result, Kaia said in a press release. "I wanted an effortless on/off duty wardrobe that could work with any look in a color palette that talked to my Cali roots while adapting to any city, at Off White Outlet any time anywhere."