Kate Middleton first debuted the L.K. Bennett Ami coat during a visit to Copenhagen in Denmark in 2011 (pictured below, worn with a belt from Reiss)
Since, the Duchess has worn the coat to a number of public events. She wore it to a rugby match in 2012, again for a Royal British Legion event in London in 2013 and then for fourth time at an RAF disbandment ceremony in Anglesey in 2016.
Left to right:
Copenhagen in 2011, rugby match in 2012,
Royal British Legion event in 2013, RAF disbandment event in 2015.
About the L.K. Bennett Ami coat:
The Ami coat is from L.K. Bennett’s autumn/winter 2011 collection. The company described the piece as a “structured, military-style, fashion coat” that is defined by “beautiful detailing, a modern belt and a clean fitted silhouette.”
The coat is crafted from a tightly woven wool mix fabric and is fully lined. Although long sold out now, you could originally buy the coat in three colours, toffee, black and burgundy. Kate owned the burgundy (deep red) colour.
The coat originally retailed at £345 ($240 approx), before going on sale at £145 ($100 approx).
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How to buy the L.K. Bennett Ami coat:
The Ami coat formed part of L.K. Bennett’s 2011 collection, so it is long sold out. Today, you can only buy it from eBay.
Kate and L.K. Bennett:
Kate often wears clothing from high-end high street store L.K. Bennett. Including, the Lasa dress:
And, of course… her famous Sledge pumps:
And many, many more pieces from the brand.