One of the key things to note in fashion is to stick to styles that work for you. Kate Middleton has seen styles that works for her and trust me she is sticking to them wholeheartedly. Below are 10 dresses Kate Middleton owns in more than one colour. Some people said she repeats dresses too much but haven’t you heard that repeating a dress confirms you are the owner?
I believe the Duchess is just keeping to the royal style rules. She is playing safe! That is wisdom. The thing you fail to notice is that, she switches up the dresses with accessories every time she wears them. I must say that the mother of two is indeed stylish in her own way.
Below are more dresses in different colours.
A custom Made Emilia Wickstead dress in blue and pink.
The Duchess wore this Amanda Wakeley dress in both light grey and gunmetal.
For her 2011 tour of Canada, Kate wore a purple version of her now-iconic engagement dress, by Issa.
Aside from dresses, Kate also owns this Smythe blazer (aptly called ‘The Duchess blazer’) in both navy and olive green.
Kate owns this stylish Preen number in two colours—red and black.
During her recent tour of Poland and Germany, Kate wore this blue Catherine Walker coat-dress, which she also owns in red (albeit with slightly different lapels). Kate even wore the same style of shoe for both occasions—the Gianvito Rossi ‘Gianvito’ pumps, on the left in ‘claret’ and on the right in ‘praline’.
Kate was clearly such a fan of this rayon/wood blend double-breasted blazer by Philosophy di Lorenzo Serafini that she has it in two colours! The Duchess wore the red version (officially named ‘claret’) in February, and the blue version to an event in October.
Kate has had this bespoke Alexander McQueen coat-dress made for her three times—once in cream for the christening of her daughter, Princess Charlotte; one in light yellow for Meghan and Harry’s wedding; and one in light powder blue for the RAF100 event.
At the wedding of her cousin-in-law, Princess Eugenie, Kate had Sarah Burton remake this pleated dress—first worn at the 2017 Trooping the Colour—in a deep raspberry shade. For the remake, Kate added a puffed detail on the shoulders and a shorter sleeve.