The world can seem like a bleak, dark place sometimes. That’s why it’s so important to cherish all the good times, big or small.
You know, like when the style icon the Duchess of Cambridge owns a pair of Gap pants you, too, can also afford.
On Friday the former Kate Middleton and Prince William visited The Eden Project, a charity and educational attraction in Cornwall, as part of a two-day tour of the area. For her second day of engagements, Kate went casual (and oh-so-cute) in a Smythe jacket, a white top and pair of graphic printed pants from Gap.
We’re not seeing the exact pattern Kate’s wearing on the U.K. or U.S. Gap websites at the moment (maybe they’re from that shopping trip a couple years ago), but the pants themselves ― the bi-stretch skinny ankle pants ―are still available in a range of other colors and patterns. Some styles are currently on for $24.97, to boot.
The previous day, Kate went a little more luxe: She wore a pink pastel Lela Rose dress that retails for $1,295 (it’s on sale now for $777, but still).
Sigh. She’s just so darn versatile.