Kate Middleton owns the J.Crew Avery heels in ‘Tweed’.
The Princess debuted the block heeled shoes during an official visit to Canada in 2016.
Kate wore the tweed print heels for a second time to a public engagement in June 2016, during a visit to the 1851 Trust Roadshow in London.
In 2020, the shoes were visible in photographs released by Kensington Palace, showing behind-the-scenes of the Princess speaking with Holocaust survivors during a photoshoot.
In 2023, Kate wore the shoes for the fourth time in public, during a visit to a Ukrainian community centre.
About the J.Crew shoes:
J.Crew describe the shoes as a “little retro and totally walkable”. The Italian-made shoes feature a pointed toe, tassel detailing and a 2” stacked heel. The tweed upper is made from cotton and acrylic, but the shoe is leather lined.
Where to buy the J.Crew shoes:
Sadly, the shoes are from an older collection and they’re no longer available for purchase at J.Crew. At the time of publishing, there are a few pairs being sold on eBay.
Kate Middleton wearing J.Crew:
Kate owns a number of pieces from the American company. You may recall that she recently wore a cashmere long sleeve t-shirt from the brand.
You may also recall that during a visit to New York in 2014, Kate met with Jenna Lyons, J.Crew’s Creative Director, at a reception.
J.Crew opened their first store in 1983, but today they have hundreds of stores across the USA. In the UK, however, the brand is less known. The company only has a couple of stores in London.