While virtually any fashion designer would jump at the opportunity to dress Kate Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge is known for re-wearing pieces that she already owns. She’s done this with everything from her everyday coats to her red carpet gowns, and it’s an impressive choice, given she is one of the most-photographed people in the world.
This week, Middleton re-wore yet another dress by one of her favorite labels during an appearance with Prince William at the Beigel Bake Brick Lane Bakery in London, England. The two royals learned how the small business has been impacted during Covid, and made bagels for the first time themselves. For the event, the Duchess wore a red, floral-printed Beulah London dress that had capped sleeves and a Peter Pan collar. Middleton first wore the dress, which retails for roughly $700 USD, back in May for a televised appearance on BBC’s Mental Health Minute. It completely falls in line with her style signature, as she has a well-documented thing for floral dresses.
This time around, Middleton accessorized the dress with nude stilettos for a sleek, simple finish. And it’s great to see such a prominent figure rewearing clothes because, even though it’s common practice for most of us, it’s still rare among celebrities and royals. And though it may be an unlikely garment to make bagels in, we wouldn’t expect anything less from the always-polished royal.