Duchess Kate Middleton stepped out wearing one of her go-to accessories — a signature headband.
During the Festival of Remembrance in central London, she wore a navy boat-neck dress, black velvet pumps and a trio of red poppy flowers as a symbol of remembrance.
To top off the look, the Duchess of Cambridge wore a sparkly padded headband from Zara.
The headband retails for $29.90 and comes in one universal medium size. It was a great touch to her overall ensemble.
While Duchess Kate turned heads with her recently worn headband (also known as a hatband), it actually isn't the first time she's worn one.
In July, for the christening of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's son, Archie Mountbatten-Windsor, Duchess Kate wore a pink braided headband by designer Juliette Botterill Millinery as she posed for a portrait with the rest of the family.
Also at the beginning of 2019, she wore a blue headband to match her trench coat for a Sunday service at the Church of St. Mary Magdalene.
On Christmas Day in 2018, Kate had another monochromatic moment where she wore a cranberry-toned Jane Taylor Halo band with a red coat.
In November 2018, Duchess Kate stunned in a black velvet puffy headband as she attended a service marking the Centenary of the Armistice at Westminster Abbey.
One of her most memorable headband moments came when she wore a woven white floral headband in July 2018 for the christening of her son Prince Louis.