The Duchess of Cambridge (Kate Middleton) first debuted her grey Iris & Ink “Grace” sweater during a Cub Scout meeting in December 2016.
It is the first and only time Kate has worn clothing from Iris & Ink during a public engagement.
About the Iris & Ink Grace sweater:
The turtleneck sweater is made from light grey mid-weight cashmere wool.
The collar, waist and sleeves are ribbed. The sleeves are split at the cuff.
Where to buy Kate’s sweater:
The Iris & Ink sweater sold out within hours, BUT The Outnet do keep adding extra stock to their site. (Most likely returns). At the time of writing (6th Jan 2017), it’s available in extra small and medium. However, this is likely to change.
The grey sweater costs $210 USD / £170 GBP.
Kate’s Iris & Ink sweater is still available in a darker, mushroom grey colour (pictured below).
In the past, the company sold the Grace sweater in a shade called “neutral“. Sadly, this colour is no longer available.
About Iris & Ink & stockists:
Iris & Ink clothing can only be purchased from The Outnet. Sadly, no other stores stock the brand. It is The Outnet’s own clothing line, which they launched back in 2012. The Outnet is an outlet site owned by the Net-A-Porter group.
The company say their clothing is designed to “perfectly balance comfort and style to create a wardrobe that works anytime, anywhere”.