For many, Kate Middleton represents the epitome of elegance and class. The Duchess of Cambridge rarely misses a beat with it comes to style and consistently turns out timeless, classic looks. While it might be all too easy to assume that many of Middleton's outfits are absolutely unattainable, the royal does in fact like to shop somewhat affordably, particularly when it comes to jewellery.
From contemporary jewellery brands like Monica Vinader and Missoma to high-street label Accessorize, Middleton regularly wears affordable statement earrings, and surprisingly, many of her favourite pieces come in under the £150 mark.
Making her all the more relatable, Kate also isn't afraid of accessory repeating, and proudly wears many of her most-beloved pieces over and over again. Catherine Zoraida's earrings are a particular favourite for the duchess, as she has been spotted in the brand's 18ct gold fern hoops several times. Monica Vinader's Green Onyx Earrings are also one of the most popular pairs in Kate's collection. Over the past year Kate has been a very visible advocate for mask-wearing—choosing lots of cute, matchy and printed styles for her public engagements—but she'll never forget to put on a good pair of earrings, affordable or not.
Keep scrolling to discover the affordable jewellery brands Kate Middleton loves. And it goes without saying—as the Kate effect can cause items to sell out almost immediately, some of the products featured may not be the exact pieces she has worn, but are as similar as we can find!
Spells of Love
Spells Of Love Alia Hoops (£62)
Spells Of Love Crystal Zena Hoops (£62)
Catherine Zoraida Gold Fern Hoop Earrings (£150)
Catherine Zoraida Rose Gold Fern Hoop Earrings (£150)
Monica Vinader Green Onyx Siren Wire Earrings (£115)
Monica Vinader Siren Wire Earrings (£125)
Accessorize Gold-Plated Freshwater Pearl Drop Earrings (£17)
Accessorize Polly Petal Drop Earrings (£8)
Missoma The Zenyu Chandelier Hoops (£115)
Missoma Gold Zenyu Fan Necklace (£129)
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This story was published at an earlier time and has since been updated.
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