Despite having an extensive closet, the Duchess of Cambridge is not limited when it comes to fashion, and as we have seen it premiere countless models of impact, we have seen her repeat several of her dresses, that’s why today we share some of his best-recycled looks.
Low-cost garments and luxury designs on behalf of large firms such as Alexander McQueen (one of Kate Middleton’s favorites ) make up the immense closet of Meghan Markle’s sister-in-law, which is calculated with a value above 100 thousand pounds ( Imagine if you didn’t repeat your outfits!), And among them we find:
This piece in bright blue by Stella McCartney is what we have seen most times to the wife of Prince William: in 2012 at The National Portrait Gallery’s’ Road and in a tennis tournament of the London Olympics, in 2014 for the XX Commonwealth Games and 2016 for the Royal International Air Tattoo at RAF Fairford.
In 2018, for Meghan Markle’s wedding, Kate Middleton wore a beautiful Alexander McQueen dress-coat set in white, however, she had already worn it before during the christening of Prince Charlotte.
How to blame her for repeating her outfits, with dresses as beautiful as this one. In 2014, the Duchess of Cambridge wore this beautiful design by the Australian firm Zimmerman, during her trip to Australia, and 4 years later, during the Wimbledon Tennis Championship.
How can we forget this beautiful lavender dress by Emilia Wickstead? In 2017, Kate surprised us with this little traditional color in her closet, during her visit to the Maritime Museum, and a year later she used it again for the World Ministerial Summit of Mental Health.
Finally, we closed with one of Kate Middleton’s most beautiful and popular floral dresses, the design of LK Bennett that led to the Royal Australian Airforce Base in 2014 and then we saw him again during a visit to Youthscape in Luton, two years after.