Brown is 2022’s power colour. The Zoe Report have just declared it “the new neutral for 2022.” Kate must know this, having stepped out top-to-toe in the colour during a visit to Lancashire recently. Her chic outfit included this mid-length rib-knit skirt by Iris & Ink (style name: Ernestine).
About the Iris & Ink Ernestine skirt:
The mélange mid-weight knit skirt is made from a soft merino blend wool that features a hint of elastane.
The slip-on skirt has a ribbed texture and a fluted hem for a flattering silhouette.
Buying the brown skirt:
At the time of writing (23rd Jan 2022), sadly the skirt is no longer available at The Outnet (Iris & Ink is The Outnet’s in-house brand). Both the top and the skirt sold out after Kate wore them. You could try eBay instead?
So nice she bought it twice!
About Iris & Ink:
The Outnet first launched Iris & Ink in 2012. The brand is known for its simple yet refined style brand aesthetic. It delivers high-quality fabrics, well-fitting clothes and refined silhouettes that work with every wardrobe and lifestyle.
66% of the clothing in Iris & Ink’s fall/winter 2021 collection contains ‘considered’ materials and processes—including organic cotton, organic merino wool and recycled fibres.
This pivotal moment kickstarts a new direction for THE OUTNET, as we continue to develop our purpose to support a more circular and sustainable future for fashion. Having established Iris & Ink almost a decade ago, we are proud of the brand it has become, sitting at the very heart of THE OUTNET. This is an exciting time for us, as we embark on an important ambition for the future of both THE OUTNET and Iris & Ink, setting ourselves a clear – and achievable – goal for our in-house label to become fully circular by 2025.– Emma Mortimer, Managing Director, THE OUTNET