Kate Middleton Made An Old Dress Feel Refreshed With This Smart Styling Trick

It is one of her go-to’s.


On May 25, Kate Middleton wore a dress to a garden party at Buckingham Palace. She was first spotted in the custom minty green number during the 50th anniversary of Prince Charles’ investiture in 2019. See how she repurposed the dress for her latest event, ahead.

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In 2019, Middleton first wore the green dress with white heels to attend a reception at Buckingham Palace. DOMINIC LIPINSKI/AFP via Getty Images
On May 25, she rewore the mint-colored dress, which featured buttons, a high neck, and long sleeves — a style reminiscent of the Victorian era — to a garden party. This time, she went for a monochrome look.WPA Pool/Getty Images
Amidst the rain, she walked the garden while wearing a floral fascinator, minimalist heels, and carried a clutch purse — all in mint green.WPA Pool/Getty Images
For a finishing touch, she also matched her earrings to the rest of her look.DOMINIC LIPINSKI/POOL/AFP via Getty Images

If you loved her garden party outfit, shop similar pieces ahead.

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Alessandra Rich
Pleated Midi Dress
Alessandra Rich’s sophisticated designs have found favor with Kate Middleton. This dress is nearly as modest as her custom piece and includes a dainty floral print and a trail of polished gold-tone buttons for depth.
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Manolo Blahnik
Maysale Suede Mules
Keep your look monochrome with similar colorful heels that take a classic form, like Maysale by Manolo Blahnik.
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Mansur Gavriel
Cloud Clutch
This Mansur Gavriel clutch is a fan favorite. In the mint color, it’s a perfect match to this royal-inspired ensemble.
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Simone Rocha
Beaded-Floral Hair Slide
The non-royal’s version of a fastener is a beautiful barrette. Finish your look with this coordinated one that taps into the beaded accessory trend.
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