While you may not be able to get your hands on the pretty polka-dot dress by Jenny Packham that Kate Middleton wore to debut Prince George, there' still hope for snatching another one of the duchess' most iconic outfits of all time!
That's right, if you missed out on snapping up her legendary Issa London engagement dress the first time she wore it after it immediately sold out—or when the company reissued it or when it created a maternity version of it—the British brand has released yet another style of the oh-so-popular dress.
And the best part is you don't need a royal-size budget to copy Kate!
Issa has collaborated with wallet-friendly retailer Banana Republic to release a 40-piece capsule collection made up of accessories, sweaters and flirty frocks, including a dress that's strikingly similar to the one Middleton wore to announce her engagement to Prince William.
Though it features three-quarter sleeves instead of long ones like Middleton's, and draping that cascades from the waist-cinching wrap feature, the resemblance is undeniable. And given the Kate effect and the fact that dresses from the new collection will sell for a little over $100, we're guessing the ravishing replica will fly off Banana Republic's racks.
After all, Middleton's fashion fans caused Packham's site to crash—and her polka-dot dress wasn't even available for sale!
But if you were one of the lucky gals who did purchase the original version of the much sought after dress—or royal blue just really isn't your color—the collection will also offer a variety of frocks in punchy prints and bold colors.
Issa's founder, Daniella Helayel, who announced in May that she would be leaving the company, will continue to work with the label while it collaborates with Banana Republic.
The collection is slated to hit shelves on Aug. 8. We suggest marking your calendar, since we're guessing many of the items won't be available long after the debut date!
Tune in to E! News' special A Royal Family tonight at 8 p.m. PT
Are you excited about Issa and Banana Republic's collection?