Kate Middleton showed off her impeccable work wear style in a skirt and shirt combo for her guest editing role for Huffington Post UK on Wednesday. The Duchess of Cambridge opted for a chic outfit for her new role. She mixed designer and high-street pieces creating an elegant and laidback look.

The Kensington Palace was converted into a makeshift newsroom for the 34-year-old British royal. Middleton, who is known to choose all her outfits with great care, settled for a monochrome look. The white chiffon button-down shirt featured high neck, long sleeves and a textured stripe design.

Belonging to the British high-street label Reiss, the Vinnie shirt is laced with vintage-inspired charm. Middleton paired her blouse with a black-and-white wrap skirt from Italian designer Dolce & Gabbana. The bouclé wool blend skirt featured a white border and black chunky button detailing.  

The mother-of-two paired her outfit with black sheer tights and completed her office look in a pair of matching pointed toe-high heels. Middleton accessorized with pearl drop earrings and her engagement ring.

Her makeup was flawless as usual with a touch of eyeliner and mascara and a hint of lip gloss. Middleton also sported her Cara Delevingne style bold brows that she has been pictured with since the beginning of February. Her long brunette tresses were left loose over her shoulder, swept to the side in her favorite blowout and curls. 

In her first blog post written for the news website, Middleton explained why she is launching the Young Minds Matter initiative, and shared her hopes for her children Prince George and Princess Charlotte. Her blog has been translated into several languages including Japanese. She had become a patron of the Anna Freud Centre, which works to reduce the burden of mental health difficulties of children and young people.