How To Repeat A Dress, The Kate Middleton Way

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Do we spy a new trend? In the same week that Kiera Knightley gave her wedding dress a second outing, Kate Middleton also stepped out wearing a tiara last seen on her wedding day. On loan from the Queen, the diamond-studded tiara was just a little bit more expensive than the sparkler Kate recently wore on the red carpet. Yes, the Duchess of Cambridge knows the power of a statement necklace, but you can forget the crown jewels – thrifty Katie’s crystal collar will set you back a bargainous £19.99, available from Queen of the high street, Zara. And if you’re wondering about the rest of her outfit, or thinking that you’ve seen it somewhere before, you’d be right – the elegant bespoke Roland Mouret gown has been seen on someone before — Kate. She’s already proven she’s a pro at recycling her wardrobe so we weren’t exactly surprised to see the repeat performance. But we did raise an eyebrow at that thigh-high split. Oooh, err, Duchess!
We wonder if her latest look was another attempt by her stylist, childhood friend Emilia Jardine-Paterson, to be more adventurous with her red carpet appearances? What do you think of Kate Middleton's latest look – do you applaud her thrifty approach, or would you prefer to see her in something new? Let us know in the comments. (Daily Mail)
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