The Countess of Wessex continued her trip to Estonia with a navy and pink combination, repeating some items we have seen on the three visits in the past few days.
Sophie opted for her navy Roland Mouret coat, the ‘Millington’. Costing £2,212, the piece is a wrap-style coat made of wool, featuring a wide notch lapel collar, sleeves fluted at the cuff and a wide belt at the waist. The skirt flares into a midi-length hem. Once more, she wore it tied instead of buckled.
Teamed with the coat was a baby pink roll-neck jumper from Max Mara. The ‘Ellisse’ jumper costs between £249-278 and features a slim-fit body, long sleeves and roll neck with rib detailing. It is made from a wool and cashmere blend making it a great jumper for the colder months. Get one here or here, or try this cheaper match here.
Searching for other photos, we found the Countess wearing black, or more likely navy straight-leg trousers. No other images can give us more details than this, but they are longer in the leg than the usual ankle-length Sophie favours.
Our own Michelle speculates whether the Countess wore this jumper over one of her navy jumpsuits. What do you think?
The weather was Baltic (or British) for the start of #RoyalVisitEstonia but the sun broke through as we [email protected] old town with Foreign Minister @svenmikser this evening, creating some stunning views pic.twitter.com/DaFxTJUMol
— Theresa Bubbear (@TBubbearFCO) October 7, 2018
Again from other photos, we found Sophie to be wearing a pair of black patent bow ballet pumps (see the first image in the tweet above). They are from Stuart Weitzman, the ‘Tuxedo’ shoe. These are available with a flared block heel, flat or kitten-heel; we suspect Sophie’s are the flats from the angle of her feet in the photo.
For accessories, Sophie chose her stud citrine earrings from Tiffany. Below is an older photo with a better view of the studs.
The Countess was also wearing a long beaded necklace, that we have only caught a glimpse of in these lower quality photos. Based on the earrings, a sensible suggestion is Sophie’s long citrine necklace from Heavenly Necklaces, although we can’t see too many breaks in the chain. We will update you if we learn more about it.
We didn’t get a glimpse of the bag – if any – that the Countess used.
You can copy Sophie’s look below: