Oh, Kate. Do you ever go shopping?
The Duchess of Cambridge stepped out today wearing yet another repeated outfit. This time it was the blue tweedy coat-dress by M Missoni, first worn when Kate, Camilla and the queen attended the Diamond Jubilee event at Fortnum & Mason in March.
While Catherine dressed the look down back in March with loose hair and a flower pin, today's event in Nottingham saw the royal in a formal navy chapeau with coordinating navy heels (finally giving those nude L.K. Bennetts a rest!). Queen Elizabeth II stuck with her go-to look: a monochromatic Stewart Parvin coat and dress with a hat by Rachel Trevor-Morgan.
Kate's obvious outfit repeat comes on the heels of her most epic repeat yet: a wedding outfit consisting of five different re-worn items including a floral Jenny Packham dress and Katherine Hooker coat. The neutral wedding ensemble was preceded by Kate's pastel pink repeat, in which she re-wore her Emilia Wickstead frock twice in two weeks.
At this rate we're beginning to wonder whether the outfit recycling is Kate's savvy approach to developing her every-girl appeal... or if she's simply tired of shopping and dressing up for all these royal events. It must get tiring being pretty princess.
Below, see Kate's M Missoni coat both times around. Are you getting tired of seeing Catherine shop her closet or do you love her laid-back approach to dressing?
Check out our Kate Middleton 2012 Fashion Vault for everything the royal's worn this year!
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