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Kate Middleton stepped out in a bubblegum pink dress Chelsea Today we tap into this summer’s top style trend.
The Princess of Wales’ colour-block midi dress comes from London-based brand ME+EM and retails at £315 on sale, down from the original £450.
Kate paired the dress with her popular Castaner Carina espadrille wedges and opted for Zoraida leaf earrings, which she had worn before and cost £165.
Kate’s appearance came as a surprise to the crowd, which was not announced in advance by the event organized by the Royal Horticultural Society.
The mother of three was in attendance to view the event’s first children’s picnic.
Kate met children from 10 schools taking part in the RHS school gardening campaign before taking them to three of this year’s show gardens.
The mother-of-three previously wore this dress to tea with Mila Sneddon during her royal visit to Scotland in May 2021. The garment features a detachable belt that allows the waist to be accentuated for a tailored look – something Kate likes when choosing her wardrobe.
Her mother, Carole Middleton, also wore this particular pink dress to Royal Ascot last year.
It’s another recycled look from Kate over the past few weeks. The Princess of Wales entered a powder blue Elie Saab dress to a garden party at Buckingham Palace – an outfit seen at Royal Ascot four years ago.
Likewise, the king recycled an old favorite last week: her Suzannah London tea dresswhich she has previously worn in both green and white.
The ME+EM dress is sadly sold out, but you’ll find plenty of look-alikes on the high streets this summer as bubblegum pink reigns supreme.
get the look
Shirt dress, reserved, £29.99
Silk color block maxi dress, ME + EM, £550
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