The Duchess was spotted wearing a blue printed dress from Whistles for her closing ceremony look
She’s attended so many London 2012 events this past fortnight we were worried she may have run out of wardrobe options, but last night Kate Middleton did a spot of fashion recycling once again with her look at the Olympics closing ceremony in London.
The Duchess was spotted sitting alongside royal brother-in-law Prince Harry in the Olympic Stadium for the musical and sporting spectacular wearing a blue marble printed dress by high street favourite Whistles – the same frock that she wore to attend the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee concert back in June.
While at the Jubilee concert Kate kept the dress under wraps by wearing it with a navy blue Alexander McQueen blazer, we got to see it in all its glory last night, with the Duchess cinching in the waist with a black belt and accessorising it simply with a black clutch, heels and her signture glossy hairstyle.
Sadly, the ‘Bella’ style is from the store’s spring/summer 2012 collection and has now completely sold out. Boo! But in good news for fans of the Duchess’ style, Whistles have a new season update on the design – a more autumnal combination of colours – currently available in its shops and on the web-store for a purse-pleasing £150. Yay! But be quick, we can’t see it staying on the rails for long…
What do you think of Kate’s closing ceremony look? Do you like it? Do you not? Will you be trying to buy one of the Whistles dresses? Tell us in the comments box below…