We've seen that before! Kate Middleton recycles blue dress for WW1 commemorations
Published 05/08/2014 | 13:12
Kate Middleton is officially the world's most frugal fashionista.
The Duchess of Cambridge recycled yet another dress for her role at the World War One centenary celebrations in London today.
Her cerulean LK Bennett dress first caught our attention in February for a charity event and she rocked a nearly identical look this morning.
Her trademark blowdry was in full bounce and her trusty black LK Bennett court shoes added a sombre element to her vibrant ensemble.
She was joined by husband Prince William and brother-in-law Prince Harry for the anniversary event at the Tower of London's 'Blood Swept Lands and Seas of Red' poppy installation.
While she has polarised critics for frequently recycling her ensembles, shoe designer and fashion icon Christian Louboutin praised her style.
"I have respect for what Kate Middleton is doing," he told British Vogue.
"I know that Victoria Beckham offered her a pair of my boots and she looked great in them/ She looked fantastic."