Queen Camilla restyle staple blue dress with stylish £630 trench coat

Queen Camilla joined King Charles on a trip to Poundbury in Dorchester today where the pair visited the Duchy of Cornwall’s development.

The royals looked joyous as they greeted members of the public to open The Duke of Edinburgh Garden, with both dressed in neutral shades of beige.

Charles opted for a smart jacket and matching trousers with a crisp white shirt and faintly patterned tie, while Camilla looked radiant in a recycled blue dress and neutral trench coat.

While it’s not the first time the Queen Consort has stepped out in the patterned summer garment, she gave it a fresh twist with the stylish jacket.

The royal’s outfit was true to her classic style, with a calf-grazing hemline, long sleeves and a modest neckline.

Her trench coat is known as the Bristol Trench by Camilla and Marc, retailing for £630.

The royal opted for her favourite shoes – a pair of nude pumps with kitten heels.

This dress is a repeat wear for Camilla who last wore it on a trip to the coast of nearby Cornwall in July 2022.

The garment, which features small flecks of black and white, appears to be a go-to summer staple for the royal.

Camilla clearly loves the style for overseas trips too, having donned the flattering dress while on a tour of Egypt in November 2021.

She wore the dress to meet Queen Rania of Jordan during her time there, wearing almost identical shoes and accessories to today.

To freshen up her look for the coastal trip, Camilla teamed the vibrant dress with a chic trench coat.

The designer garment added interest to the outfit with buckled cuffs, a flattering length, and utility-style detailing around the collar.

In keeping with the trendy neutral tones, the Queen Consort teamed the outfit with classic drop pearl earrings and an array of bracelets stacked on her right wrist.

A gold pendant necklace was also visible in the soft v-neck of her shirt-style dress.

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