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  • Amina Ayoud

Stella McCartney Gives Edgy Touch to Power Dressing in Blazer Minidress & Leather Thigh-High Boots

For King Charles III’s Coronation Concert

Stella McCartney attended the Coronation Concert held on the grounds of Windsor Castle on Sunday in Windsor, England. The concert is held in celebration of King Charles III and Queen Camilla’s coronation, which happened the day prior at Westminster Abbey.

For the celebration, the British fashion designer donned an oversized plaid blazer minidress in gray and black from her fall 2023 ready-to-wear collection. The garment also featured large lapels, shiny button closures and shallow front-facing pockets.

Stella McCartney poses backstage at the Coronation Concert held on the grounds of Windsor Castle on May 7, 2023, in Windsor, England.

The ensemble was a playful take on formal wear with a slightly masculine twist, hence the oversized fit.

As for footwear, the star stepped out in a daring pair of black pants boots that traveled up the expanse of McCartney’s legs. The boots were likely crafted of a high-shine vegan leather, given the designer’s love of sustainable fashion, and featured fainty slouchy uppers with rounded toes all stacked atop rubber soles and short block heels.

The silhouette mimicked the look of rain boots with the addition of white stitching and a relaxed appearance. McCartney has an affinity for boots of all kinds, evidenced by her brand’s extensive boot selection.

Similarly, McCartney wore a blazer mini dress to the 2023 Met Gala which happened on the 1st of May only a few days prior to the coronation.

Aubrey Plaza, Stella McCartney and Madelyn Cline at the 2023 Met Gala.


The Coronation Concert, broadcast live at Windsor Castle by the BBC and BBC Studios, follows the coronation of King Charles III and Camilla, Queen Consort. The list of performers includes Katy Perry, Lionel Richie, Andrea Bocelli, Sir Bryn Terfel, Take That, Freya Ridings and Alexis Ffrench. The show will also feature a performance by The Coronation Choir, a group that recruited members from different choirs across the U.K., including refugee choirs, NHS choirs, LGBTQ+ choirs and deaf signing choirs.


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