Kate Middleton's Recycled Dresses: Compare The Duchess of Cambridge's Similar Looks

We love that the people's princess doesn't care about wearing the same dress twice

By JJ Moore Feb 13, 2014 12:12 AMTags
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Kate Middleton is breathing new life into the British royal family with the help of a few old outfits!

Her position is the U.K. has fallen on hard times so it's inappropriate to frolic in new high fashion for every single outing. God we just love this woman!

Of course it doesn't hurt that one repeat red carpet look is more gorgeous than the next.

For starters, this black lace design from Alice Temperley is stunning. Prince William's wife wore it both before and after the birth of Prince George and yet we can't tell which night is which! As far as we're concerned, she could wear this gorgeous gown once a month for the rest of her life. 

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The latest look to join the double-play list is this royal blue Jenny Packham dress.

The design is perfect enough to compete with the dizzying amount of diamonds gracing Kate's neck and that's saying a lot. This self-copy also marks the new Mum's first appearance from the year setting an incredible style tone.

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Of course she's been eco-chic long before giving birth. Here Kate wears a pink Emilia Wickstead pleated dress with two different accessory options.

We prefer the wide-brimmed hat and nude pumps because they're both oh-so-British. The champagne footwear sans fascinator, however, is also a lovely combination.

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And finally there's the dove-print coat dress worn to two separate charity events. Not only does this look project a fun peace theme but those brown ankle boots keep it as casual as the former non-royal herself!

There's more double-dating dressing for the Duchess where this came from and as far as we're concerned, there should be much-much more. Now if only we could get some American celebrities to follow suit!