Rania of Jordan, who learns the art of the coat-dress from Kate Middleton

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White is still the color chosen by the Queen Rania of Jordan for her outfit, this time flaunted on the occasion of themeeting with Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall in Amman. A look that, on closer inspection, has all the air of having come straight out of the wardrobe of Kate Middleton.

The white dress, in fact, with buttons tone on tone and girded at the waist by a gold belt combined with the bag by Louis Vuitton, is none other than a dress-coat, among escamotage fashion favorites of the Duchess of Cambridge. As is known, in fact, the English royal is a real fan of the dress coat, a clever and stylish way to circumvent ancient court rules that would prohibit taking off one’s overcoat in public. In order not to break the tradition and at the same time maintain a certain formality, Will’s wife would solve everything by opting for a nice “two in one”.

A shrewd style lesson that the sovereign of Jordan, with her own dress coat bon ton and with a flared cut, he wasted no time putting into practice by appearing flawless, chic and hopelessly refined. As well as stylistically shrewd. We are sure Kate would appreciate it.

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