The Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton, and her husband, Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, first introduced their third child, a son, to the world outside of the Lindo Wing of St. Mary's Hospital on April 23, 2018. Middleton looked flawless as always, just hours after giving birth. The brand-new mom wore a beautiful red dress and nude heels. While there's always a ton of attention on what Kate is wearing, each of her leaving-the-hospital looks included nude or neutral heels, so you might want to know where to get affordable nude pumps like Kate Middleton's chic postpartum pair. They, unlike her custom-made cherry-red Jenny Packham dress with the white lace Peter Pan collar, are for sale, but they'll cost you.
Town & Country reported that Middleton's nude heels are by Gianvito Rossi and are still for sale on Net-A-Porter. Though they're likely out of the budget for many, if you have a spare $675 lying around, you too can own a pair of your very own. If that stretches your budget a bit too far, or if the very classic look of them isn't quite your style, there are many other options for every taste and price point so that you too can have your very own Kate Middleton moment. Here are a few places to look to help you get started on your search.
The Actual Pair
These simple, classic nude heels are a Kate Middleton favorite, as Who What Wear reported. The Duchess of Cambridge has worn them many times with all different kinds of outfits. They're not nearly as much as the pair she wore home from the hospital, but they're still a splurge for some. Luckily, you can find similar looks for a lot less if need be.
For A Little Detail
Edgy, Modern Cut
Classic Patent Leather
Matte finishes aren't for everyone. If patent leather is your preferred finish, these by designer Stuart Weitzman might be what you're looking for. Brit + Co noted that Middleton wore nude Stuart Weitzman heels with the yellow floral dress she wore while leaving the hospital with Princess Charlotte of Cambridge in 2015.
Dressed For Comfort
With A Twist
On A Budget
If you're looking for something with a chunkier heel, these undoubtedly fit the bill. They're still pretty classic overall, but the thicker heel can make them a little bit more comfortable. Plus, some people just prefer that look, and there's nothing wrong with that.
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