Stylists have revealed how a white suit has become a new must-have for royals after Meghan Markle, Kate Middleton and former Princess Tessy of Luxembourg all wore the ensemble in recent weeks.
The Duchess of Cambridge, 39, appeared to kick off the trend during her tour of the Caribbean in March, when she was dazzling in the £1,370 fresh white jacket with matching £575 trousers by Alexander McQueen.
Weeks later, the Duchess of Sussex, sported a £3,200 Valentino white suit as she stepped out at the Invictus Games in The Hague.
And earlier this week, both Tessy Antony De Nassau and Princess Isabella of Denmark stepped out in white ensembles for different events.
Celebrity stylist Rochelle White told FEMAIL the suit has become a ‘timeless piece’ which gives off a ‘powerful and successful look’, saying: ‘I feel that with spring in the air, the trouser suit is becoming a staple and go to outfit.
Stylists have revealed how a white suit has become a new must-have for royals after Meghan Markle (left) and Kate Middleton (right) were among those to wear the ensemble in recent weeks
‘Sometimes, suits can be seen as powerful and give off a successful look and feel, even sometimes can be seen as having it all together. This look has been worn by many celebrities, models and royals.’
She continued: ‘I feel at the moment the white suit is having a moment, because it is perfect for the spring and summer time of year and can be matched with various colors to switch up the look and feel of the outfit.
‘The color white, ivory or cream suits many skin tones and is flattering due to the light reflecting off it.
‘A white suit is a timeless piece and I feel that these looks have been picked for that reason.’
Former Princess Tessy from Luxembourg shared a snap of herself wearing an all-white ensemble earlier this week on Instagram
Meanwhile Rochelle also suggested the trouser suit could be a versatile piece for anyone’s wardrobe.
She explained: ‘There are many ways to rock a suit. I feel that some of most popular looks are casual for daytime, more relaxed and can be worn with flats and trainers.
‘Or it could also be a smart and elegant look, with a nice shirt or top and heels. For an evening or event look, pair it with a top which has a more silky or satin finish.’
The Duchess of Cambridge proved she was the queen of coordination when she stepped out in a white suit during her tour of the Caribbean earlier this year.
Kate opted for a £1,370 fresh white jacket with matching £575 trousers from Alexander McQueen during a meeting with the Prime Minster of Jamaica.
Princess Isabella of Denmark celebrated her confirmation day in spectacular style by giving her mother Mary’s iconic white pantsuit and Queen Alexandrine’s pearl and diamond brooch
Meanwhile she matched her £249 vibrant orange blouse from Ridley London, which was described online as ‘elegant but relaxed’, with a matching orange £229 handbag from Willow Hilson Vintage – a Cheltenham-based boutique.
Kate has a close affiliation with Alexander McQueen having worn the British fashion house’s designs on notable occasions, most famously to her wedding in 2011.
Online, the blazer is described as ‘a testament to Alexander McQueen’s expert tailoring skills’ with ‘strong shoulders’.
The designer describes it as ‘perfect for a city hall wedding.’
Days later, the Duchess of Sussex sported a double-breasted wool blazer costing £2,100 which she paired with high-waisted pair of trousers costing £1,100.
She daringly opted not to wear a top underneath.
Seen it before: Princess Mary wore the same Max Mara blazer in 2017 during a visit to Stockholm, Sweden
Showing off her penchant for co-ordination, Meghan added gold embellishments to the clean cut look.
Going to Valentino all round, she wore a £2,200 off-white bag from the Italian designer. She also accessorized with a golden ‘Love pendant’ by designer Sophie Lis, which refers to a French poem about enduring and growing love.
The necklace, first worn by Meghan in 2020, is made by designer Sophie Lis, carries the engraving ‘Qu’hier’ after a diamond encrusted plus sign, and ‘Que Demain’ followed by a ruby minus sign.
The reference is an an ode from the 19th century French Rosemonde Gérard which poets translates to: ‘Every day I love you more, more than yesterday less than tomorrow.’
Adding an edge to the look, she also opted for a golden chain around her hand.
Kate Middleton appeared to kick off the trend when she stepped out in a stunning white outfit with a £249 vibrant orange blouse from Ridley London during her tour of the Caribbean earlier this year (left and right)
The mother-of-three beamed for snaps alongside Prince William as the royal couple met with the Prime Minister
She completed the look with a pair of towering heels from Aquazzura, which she first wore to her wedding in 2018.
Meanwhile Princess Isabella of Denmark celebrated her confirmation day in spectacular style by giving her mother Mary’s iconic white pantsuit and Queen Alexandrine’s pearl and diamond brooch.
The Danish royal family assembled on Saturday at Fredensborg Castle Church in Fredensborg, Denmark, to herald the special occasion with Crown Princess Mary, 50, and Prince Frederik, 53, joined by their four children Christian, 16, Isabella, 15, and twins Josephine and Vincent, 11.
Hobart-born Mary looked every inch the royal in an amaranth-coloured gown for the event, but it was Princess Isabella in a borrowed Max Mara blazer and brooch belonging to the late Queen that held the attention of her peers.
Reigning high in the style stakes! Meanwhile Meghan Markle looked effortlessly cool in the white suit as she joined Prince Harry at The Hague last month
Meghan, who was earlier sporting a camel coat, appeared to hand it off to an aide as she traveled through the stadium
The teenage Princess is currently third in line to the Danish throne after her father and elder brother Christian.
According to the Danish Royal family’s official Instagram account ‘Isabella was confirmed today by royal confessor, bishop Henrik Wigh-Poulson.
‘Over the past 100 years, Fredensborg Castle Church has been used for several Ecclesiastes for members of the royal family.
‘Especially, the church has formed the framework for royal confirmations. Thus it was also in this church that both Her Majesty The Queen and His Royal Highness The Crown Prince were confirmed in 1955 and 1981 respectively and most recently His Royal Highness Prince Christian in 2021.’
Meanwhile Former Princess Tessy from Luxembourg shared a snap of herself wearing an all-white ensemble earlier this week on Instagram.
Posting the snap, she simply wrote: ‘Happy Monday!’
Teenage Princess Isabella of Denmark has also gotten in on the popular trend, wearing a white suit for her confirmation last weekend