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Kelsey Glein
Aug 18, 2016 @ 4:15 pm

It was quite possibly the most talked about dress of 2010, and it can finally be yours (again).

Although it's been nearly six years since Kate Middleton donned the now-iconic deep blue Issa London frock to announce her engagement to Prince William, that doesn't mean we love it any less. And we have some great news for all you Duchess of Cambridge fashion devotees—an almost identical version of the famous piece is back in stock after selling out instantaneously following its first appearance on Middleton.

Daniella Helayel, founder and former creative director of the brand, recently launched a capsule collection with U.K. brand Monsoon, and it includes a very similar dress to the one that Princess Kate wore for her first-ever televised interview. The classic wrap design features a flattering v-shaped neckline, cross-over ties at the waist, and full-length sleeves that make for an elegant finish. You can pick up the dress for $175 at now, which is a bargain considering that the original version retailed for $535.

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But you better hurry—several sizes have already sold out.

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