Kate Middleton in Jaeger [Getty]
The Duchess of Cambridge is spending this sunny Tuesday morning at the National Maritime Museum in Greenwich. She's joined by Olympic gold medal winning sailor Sir Ben Ainslie who's aiming to launch Britain’s bid for glory in the America’s Cup. So with a bunch of sailors to meet, it'll come as no surprise to see Kate looking sartorially spot on thanks to a dose of nautical chic.
No, she's not head-to-toe in Breton, but the DoC is certainly blending in with the young sailors thanks to her white crepe frock with black trim detail. It's a classic look if ever we saw one. As well as staying true to her literal dressing ways, she's continuing her high-street supporting ways as this dress comes courtesy of Brit brand Jaeger.
Kate's contrast waistband crepe dress comes from Jaeger [House of Fraser]
Do you want in on the action? Well, it's sold out on the Jaeger website, but it is still available - and in the summer sale! - from House of Fraser for a bargaintastic £99. Although we imagine it won't be for long... On the accessories front, Kate's topped off her ladylike look with the same Alexander McQueen blue suede shoes we saw on the recent Royal Tour and a matching clutch bag. We're also loving that Asprey Woodland Pendant.
Although it was just last week that we saw Kate performing her royal duties at the commemorations for the 70th anniversary of D-Day, this is her first solo engagement since she and Prince William returned from their tour of New Zealand and Australia. And this is an excellent fit considering Kate is a keen sailor - you'll remember she beat her husband in a series of yacht races during their time in New Zealand back in April.
The Duchess has become a pro at dressing for the occasion [Getty]
The America's Cup is the oldest trophy in sport, and was first offered as the One Hundred Pound Cup in 1851 for a race around the Isle of Wight, witnessed by Queen Victoria. Sir Ben aims to enter a British team in 2017, but it depends on the development of design and technology skills in the UK, to ensure that Britain has the technological expertise to build a boat capable of winning the cup.
See more of Kate's great style hits in the gallery below...