The Dutchess of Cambridge is once again guilty of re-wearing. While some would scoff at such behavior, the savvy style star has definitely made the idea of practical fashion so cool again! Who could blame her for not wanting to wear her fabulous clothes only once?
Kate Middleton attended the wedding of Prince William’s cousin, Emily McCorquodal, on Jun. 9 in a hand-painted silk dress by Jenny Packham. She paired the frock with her favorite LK Bennett nude court shoes. Kate looked classic as always, but this isn’t the first time we’ve seen this royal ensemble! In fact, she brought the look back from head-to-toe.
Kate wore the very same get-up to a polo match in the US in July of last year. However, this time around she chose to wear her hair in a partial updo and accessorize with a Whiteley hat, which she had previously worn at last June’s Epsom Derby.
Kate’s thrifty style is starting to become a real staple of hers — and we love it! The Dutchess could easily buy a new outfit whenever she pleased but she doesn’t. It just proves even further how down-to-earth she is. She looked fantastic re-wearing her frock, and we love how she dressed it up for the special occasion.
Do you applaud Kate’s practicality or think it’s a total fashion offense?
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