The Duchess of Cambridge was joined by Pippa Middleton, brother James and her parents at the small ceremony
Kate Middleton is no stranger to a spot of style recycling, and she indulged in her favourite fashion pastime once again over the weekend, stepping out in a dove-grey Erdem dress we’ve definitely seen before.
We first spied Kate Middleton’s wedding number at the Trooping the Colour celebrations in London in April.
At the time, the Duchess of Cambridge wore the delicate, long-sleeved design by the Canadian label for a procession through London and appearance on the balcony of Buckingham Palace, teamed with a statement hat by milliner Jane Corbett.
Less than six months later, Kate’s Erdem dress made a second outing as she attended the wedding of family friends, Thierry Kelaart and Patrick Heathcoat-Amory.
The Duchess was joined by her sister, Pippa Middleton, brother James and parents Michael and Carole at the ceremony, although Prince William was hard at work as a search and rescue pilot in Anglesey.
This time, Kate styled her dress with a less dramatic hat and matching pale grey wrap, an understated nude clutch and her favourite L.K. Bennett nude heels.
Kate rarely wears a new dress to any friend’s wedding, and seems to try her hardest not to upstage the bride.
Earlier this year, it was revealed the Queen is very much a fan of Kate Middleton’s budget-friendly wardrobe, and feels the Duchess is setting a good example by wearing her clothes more than once.
What do you think of Kate Middleton’s latest style re-run? Do you like the fact that the Duchess recycles her dresses, or should she wear a new frock every time? Let us know in the comments box below…