A dress so nice, she wore it thrice. The Duchess of Cambridge has already proven that she's not afraid of committing head-to-toe outfit repeats, so it was only a matter of time before her floor-sweeping black lace Temperley London gown resurfaced on the red carpet. She first wore the stunner to the War Horse premiere in January 2012, safely pairing it with a diamond bracelet and a black clutch. Ten months later, she took it out for another spin, wearing it to the University of St. Andrews’ 600th Anniversary Appeal at Middle Temple Hall. The second time around, she breathed new life into the lacy number with a refreshing jolt of color in the form of a bright red Alexander McQueen clutch.
Most recently, Middleton relied on her initial styling prowess, accessorizing the dress with the same diamond bracelet at last night's screening of David Attenborough’s "Natural History Museum Alive 3D" in London. The only difference? A pretty pendant decorating her décolletage. We're all for making the most out of our investment pieces, so we're curious if we're going to see a fourth appearance. Would you like to see her wear it again, or do you think she should retire the look for good?
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