Zara Tindall joined her husband Mike Tindall and her grandmother Queen Elizabeth for the traditional Easter matins service yesterday. Zara was dressed in a cream and dusty pink ensemble, much more muted than her normal dark colour palette.
Zara wore Goat ‘Redgrave’ coat in nude. The collarless coat is quite minimalist and sleek in its design. A rounded neckline, hidden centre button placket, diagonal welt pockets along each hip and a slight textured fabric. The coat is crafted from 100% wool and lined in a blend of acetate and polyester.
The coat retails for £620 and you can purchase it here.
If you feel like you have seen this coat before you are right. The Duchess of Cambridge owns the same coat in the same shade. Perhaps the cousin-in-laws shared this wardrobe piece?
Zara chose the Goat ‘Holly’ shift dress under the coat. The silk shift has a wider rounded neckline, floaty bishop sleeves, a rear zip and reaches to just above the knee. The dress is fully lined in polyester. It was the distinct buttons caught in one picture (that we can’t show you) that hinted at this piece.
The dress has some beautiful feminine detailing of three large round blush pearl buttons along the sleeve cuff.
The dress retails for £495 which you can purchase here.
The mother-of-two chose a new style hat from milliner Sarah Cant, one of her cousins’ – Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie’s – favoured hat designers.
Zara wore a pre-release hat from the upcoming Sarah Cant Autumn Winter 2019 Collection. The pastel pink felt cocktail hat has an angled dipped base and is trimmed with two-tone sculptural wavy cut leaves in grey and pink. The pretty hat is not yet available, though you may still be able to view it through Sarah Cant’s Instagram story.
A view from the back and her neat bun.
Below you can see Sarah Cant designing this hat and another one for the upcoming Autumn Winter 2019 collection and their sketch.
Matching the pastel pink of her hat, Zara added an Olga Berg ‘Tracer Emboss’ blush pod clutch. The hard frame clutch is crafted from embossed vegan leather and features a strap clasp with rose-gold metallic Olga Berg branded closure. The hinge clutch also features a detachable rose-gold chain shoulder strap.
The clutch retails for £65.90 though you can get the bag on sale for £50 here.
Zara wore her Emmy London ‘Rebecca’ pumps in steel grey. Zara, Kate and Autumn all own these pointed-toe, four-inch stiletto heels in light grey suede. The bespoke shoe designer is one of the royal ladies’ favourites.
The pumps retail for £425 and you can purchase them here.
Zara wore a pair of earrings from her own jewellery line at Calleja. Zara wore the ‘Coronet’ platinum white and diamond earrings. The double hoop lattice appearance earrings consist of brilliant white round cut diamonds set in platinum. The earrings are also available in other metals, including rose gold. The earrings are priced at £4,500 which you can purchase here.
Zara met jewellery designer John Calleija at the Gold Coast Magic Millions Horse Racing Carnival, and they decided to collaborate on some jewellery pieces. Calleja is the official jeweller of the carnival, and Zara the Ambassador of Racing Women Australia, so it seemed a natural fit for the collaboration. All the pieces are influenced by the equestrian world.
Zara wore these earrings recently when attending Cheltenham Festival last month.
We love Zara’s pastel colour palette of blush, cream and grey and masterfully weaving each of these colours in different hues throughout the different parts of her ensemble. Definitely one of Zara’s best hats.
You can get Zara’s look here:
with thanks to @polkapopp for coat, dress, bag info.