Kate Middleton wore an iconic IRISH brand today, and we're expecting a total sell out
Ah there's nothing we love more than seeing our gorgeous country represented on the world stage.
Which is why we're so excited today, as Kate Middleton stepped out rocking an iconic Irish brand.
The Duchess of Cambridge visited a community garden in North London today, embracing her inner country gal.
In her first official royal engagement of 2019, Kate Middleton opted for a pair of skinny jeans, lace-up boots and a gorgeous DUBARRY jacket.
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Run entirely by volunteers, the @KHWGarden includes growing plots for cultivation by local residents, areas of communally-maintained planting to provide space to sit and relax, a pond and a small woodland area. Today’s visit to the garden is one of the many projects The Duchess of Cambridge has visited in recent years that will influence her @The_RHS Garden at the Chelsea Flower Show — one of the birdboxes she made with children from St Jude and St Paul’s CE Primary School will be used in The Duchess’s final Garden at #RHSChelsea!
That's right folks, the brand that is synonymous with school shoes was out in royal force this afternoon.
And the best part?
The tweed number is currently available online, for a steep enough price.
On the website, the product description reads:
"The Dubarry Bracken tweed sport jacket is stylish and practical for those who like the outdoor and country style."
"The Teflon coated tweed utility jacket can be perfectly styled with a pair of Dubarry’s white skinny jeans and the equestrian style, Clare leather country boots. The Jackets stand up collar provides warmth and protection against the winter weather."
The jacket will set you back €479, but this would be a real timeless piece.
Exciting day for Irish design!