Kate Middleton Is a Serial Outfit Repeater

Even royals have clothing budgets, apparently. 

For a princess, Kate Middleton keeps it pretty real when it comes to her wardrobe. Yes, she wears Dolce & Gabbana, but she also loves a $65 sneaker — and she isn't the type to only be photographed in a dress just once. Kate is a serial outfit repeater, and she was at it again yesterday.

The Duchess of Cambridge picked out an elegant little white Alexander McQueen dress for a ceremony commemorating the Battle of Passchendaele in Belgium on Sunday. She accessorized with sensible grey heels and the kind of giant fascinator that only royals can get away with wearing.

But this isn't just any Alexander McQueen dress. She last wore it for a very important occasion.

There's the McQueen white dress again at baby Charlotte's christening in 2015! It's a different white fascinator and heels, but that dress is unmistakeable.

If Kate can rewear her most noteworthy outfits, than the rest of us shouldn't be afraid to wear the same dress to every wedding we attend this summer. Er, maybe not.

Here's more proof of Kate's serial outfit repeating. Kate wore this intricate black lace gown by Temperley London to events in 2012 and 2013. This one is way too pretty to be stuck in the back of a closet.

This pale yellow dress is Kate's vacation look. She wore it in 2012 during her Diamond Jubilee tour of Singapore, Malaysia, the Solomon Islands, and Tuvalu. Then she wore it again in 2014 on a trip to Australia and New Zealand.

Hey, if you love something, why not wear it as often as possible? Even if you are one of the most photographed women in the world. ;

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