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Prince Harry's Game-Changing Sweater is Ridiculously Affordable

Royals like a good deal, too.
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Like many royal men, Prince Harry's style is pretty understated. He's often in a tailored navy suit or, if he's feeling frisky, a dress shirt sans jacket. He sticks to a generally neutral palette—black, white, navy, and the like. It's appropriate for nearly every situation the royal has to be in, all of which are under the watchful eye of, uh, the entire world. But that doesn't mean he can't explore with his style a bit. This week, he was photographed in a blue cashmere sweater—one from Everlane that only costs $100.  


First, blue really is a great color for Harry. His super fair skin and red hair can look washed out easily. Solid shades of blue—royal (of course) and navy, specifically—will always work. And they're no-brainers for building your own wardrobe, too. Here, he kept it simple. He paired the pullover with tailored navy pants, and layered the sweater over a white button-down. For any sort of casual-but-still-buttoned-up kind of situation, this is a good base. 


But the outfit really comes together when he puts the single-breasted coat overtop. It fits him perfectly, and creates a streamlined silhouette over the sweater, pants, and desert boots. If you're looking for a no-fail option for looking nice without the formality, this is it.

This story originally appeared on Esquire.com. Minor edits have been made by the Esquiremag.ph editors.

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