Princess Kate has been remixing her hair lately (the bangs! the braid!), but she’s sticking to her signature dressing ways, which means recycling looks from her famous closet. Her latest rewear? A peplum design from 2012!
The 33-year-old royal selected a gray Matthew Williamson dress with a turquoise bejeweled collar and sleeves for a London charity event, where she made her longest public speech to date. She wore her hair down in soft waves for the occasion.
Kate first wore the $1,595 design at the London premiere of African Cats in April 2012, and she accessorized with the exact same shoes and clutch both times. (Can you imagine what the inside of her closet looks like? Do you think there are Polaroids of every outfit, from the dress to the jewels? We have so many questions.)
On Tuesday, Kate took a break from wearing British designers and stepped out in a royal blue fit-and-flare “Martine” dress by Indian-born designer Saloni Lodha. The royal couple is heading to India in the spring, and the dress choice was likely a nod to the upcoming tour. (Mark your calendars!)
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