It was Day Two at the Calgary Stampede, and Kate opted for another Temperley top, this one from Temperley London.
Appropriately, this is Temperley’s “Rodeo Shirt” in a silk/cotton blend that looked crisp and cool. The shirt combines the best traits of a classic tuxedo shirt with western styling. As you can see, the piece is sheer, with a ruffled placket, extended cuffs, and pleating on the shoulders, it is £445.
“Cut from a gossamer silk and cotton-blend and trimmed with lace, Temperley’s ivory shirt will instantly soften every look. Wear it as a sophisticated contrast to love-worn jeans.”
The shirt remains available as of this writing (12:45 EDT) on the Net-a-Porter site.
The jeans are the same as those worn last night, be advised the British papers have reported them as being by by Gold Sign (and we tend to agree, click here for last night’s updated post) but some Canadian outlets said today they were J Brand.
The hats were from legendary Calgary hatmaker Smithbilt. As far as jewelry goes, @RegalEyes tweeted that Kate was “wearing some turquoise drop earrings today that co-ordinated with the cowboy style buckle of her belt”. Our thanks to him for that update, very helpful. The boots are the R. Soles Vegas Setter style.
BTW, the shirt last night from Alice by Temperley was the “Armonia blouse.”
For those seeking info on the Los Angeles leg of the tour, here is a link to the British Embassy’s page. We will be back later with another post (or two) looking at what Kate changes into for today’s other engagements.