Kate Middleton: The Princess that Repeats Outfits!
Kate Middleton: The Princess that Repeats Outfits! bit.ly - Subscribe to ClevverStyle! Twitter.com - Follow Us! Kate Middleton might be a princess, but she is not too good to repeat an outfit or 2, and she did it again this time at Wimbeldon! Kate and her husband stepped out at the famous tennis match, and it looks like Kate didn't spend any of the $55000 that she is allotted from the wardrobe budget she gets from Prince Charles! Instead, she open to re wear a dress that she wore last year during her North American Tour. The dress is absolutely incredible—it's a nautical Alexander McQueen that fits the princess like a dream! She looked fantastic in the frock back in 2011 wearing the dress with her hair pulled back into a ponytail for a more refined look. She paired the dress with navy blue pumps. But for the tennis match, she proved that she could make what is seemingly a more dressy ensemble look perfect for an outdoor sporting event! She sported her locks, down and natural, flowing into lose waves and she looked quite a bit tanner this time around! But, this isn't the first time or the last that Kate recycled an piece in her closet and one of my favorite repeat offenders is this Smythe blazer. Kate wore the blazer leaving for her Canadian Tour over a navy blue knee length dress! She looks super classy and elegant and definitely dressed up! Over the dress of the same color gives the look a really put together and refined fell—I mean, Kate looks like she's ready to get <b>...</b>
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