15+ Tricks Kate Middleton Uses That Help Her Repeat the Same Outfits

3 years ago

Though Kate Middleton has the ability and finances to be able to change outfits every day, she still has a mindful approach to things and often appears in the same dresses, complementing them with various accessories.

We at Bright Side decided that if princesses are ok with attending important events in outfits that they’ve already worn once, then we can easily do the same. That’s why our article is going to show you several cool tricks that the duchess uses.


The checkered coat-dress looked good on Kate at St. Andrew’s School in Pangbourne, England (2012) and again in Scotland at the official opening of the V&A Dundee Museum (2019).


The duchess wore a gorgeous red dress to the celebration for the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee in 2012 and later visited the Anna Freud Centre charity organization wearing the same dress (2015).


The duchess opted for the same coat at the naming ceremony of The Royal Princess cruise ship in Southampton, England (2013), and for her visit to an art gallery in Margate (2015).


During the Royal Family’s visit to Leicester (2012), Kate was wearing the same outfit complemented with a belt and accessories at ICAP’s annual Charity Day (2015).


The duchess wore an ivory color dress at a dinner hosted by The Thirty Club (2012) and wore the same dress to the film premiere for Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom (2013). The necklace changed the look completely.


Kate Middleton wore a bright blue sheath dress when visiting the National Portrait Gallery in London (2012) and at her arrival to the Defence Establishment Fairbairn in Canberra (2014).


Here, she is wearing a gorgeous shimmering pink dress at the tenth Annual ARK (Absolute Return for Kids) Gala Dinner (2011) and at a gala dinner in support of East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices’ nook appeal at Houghton Hall (2016). Notice how her hairstyle and accessories have completely changed the mood of the entire look.


Here, she is wearing a lace dress at Queen Elizabeth II’s Diamond Jubilee celebration (2012) and again, but without the belt, at a garden party held at Buckingham Palace (2014).


The Duchess of Cambridge visited Elswick Park, Newcastle, England (2012) wearing the same coat that she had on at St. Mary Magdalene Church for the Christmas Day service in 2011.


The duchess was wearing this outfit in 2011 during the procession at the Order of the Garter Service at St. George’s Chapel in Windsor Castle. People could also see it at the Foundation Polo Challenge that same year but without the blazer. Later, she appeared again wearing the same dress at the wedding of Emily McCorquodale and James Hutt at The Church of St. Andrew and St. Mary in 2012.


Kate put on this dress during her visit to Los Angeles in 2011 and later showed up wearing the same dress in 2012 at the UK’s Creative Industries reception at the Royal Academy of Arts in London.


During her visit to Australia in 2014, Kate appeared in this dress with a gray and white pattern that she had already worn in 2012 while visiting Bacon’s College in London.


Here’s the Duchess of Cambridge wearing a suit-dress while visiting the Cloud Forest at Singapore’s Gardens by the Bay (2012). She also wore it while departing from Bhutan during a royal visit to India and Bhutan (2016).


The duchess donned a stunning evening gown while attending the St. Andrews 600th Anniversary Dinner (2014) and at the Portrait Gala that same year in February.


The day after her wedding, the Duchess of Cambridge appeared wearing a blue dress — later, she appeared wearing the same dress, but with a blazer over it, at a church service to mark Prince Philip’s ninetieth birthday.


This blue dress showed up at a Bollywood Inspired Charity Gala at the Taj Mahal Palace Hotel in Mumbai, India (2016), and at a Gala Dinner in celebration of the 25th anniversary of Place2Be at Buckingham Palace in London (2020). The look changed drastically thanks to the chiffon cape.


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3 years ago
The comment was deleted. Go home guys.

I think it's how most of the celebs do - they don't wear the same outfit more than once because it's a bad tone or something like that


Also a nice thing. Less money wasted and no need to store all these outfits that you will never wear again

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