Kate Middleton is back to her old, outfit repeating ways (and we love her for it).
After looking absolutely dazzling in a Jenny Packham gown on the red carpet of the latest James Bond flick, 'Spectre' on Monday evening, the Duchess Of Cambridge made another quick appearance Tuesday afternoon at Islington Town Hall in north London. The event, which was hosted by the Chance UK charity, allowed for the Duchess to meet children aged five to 11 experiencing emotional and behavioural difficulties.
Stepping out of the car, the 33-year-old donned a dark grey floral motif Orla Kiely dress with simple black Jimmy Choo Aimee pumps, a Mulberry clutch and a Cartier watch, according to the Twitter account @WWKD_Official. Her famous brunette locks were pulled back into a ponytail, with her long bangs swept to the side.
She previously wore the frock in 2012 during an art event in Dulwich with her father-in-law, Prince Charles.
Kate previously wore this dress on a 2012 engagement with Prince Charles - remember? pic.twitter.com/kEGrJdFOTw— What Would Kate Do (@WWKD_Official) October 27, 2015
Kate in the Orla Kiely frock in March of 2012 and again today. pic.twitter.com/QYWGr6a3D3— WhatKateWore.com (@WhatKateWore) October 27, 2015
We love that Kate is recycling her fashion and looking so very gorgeous while doing so!
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