Kate Middleton Wears Second Recycled Look of the Day for Event at National Portrait Gallery
The Duchess of Cambridge is pretty in pink. Stepping out for her third event of the day, the busy royal looked as chic as ever as she arrived at the National Portrait Gallery in London to fete the Vogue 100: A Century Of Style exhibition.
For the celebration, she shopped from her own closet, choosing blush Alexander McQueen separates. Kate previously wore this look while touring the Northern Sound System in Adelaide, Australia. Unlike the first time she donned the ensemble, the Duchess decided to forgo her go-to L.K. Bennett pumps in favor of matching pointed-toe heels. She completed the look with a box clutch, a silver watch, and her engagement ring. The Duchess styled her hair in her signature loose waves. Tres chic.
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This isn't the first ensemble of the day she's recycled—for her earlier engagements, Princess Kate wore a Michael Kors coat, which she also wore in Australia, and a gray Roksanda dress that has made an appearance at multiple events in the past.
The Duchess of Cambridge visits the @nationalportraitgallery to view the #Vogue100: A Century of Style exhibition. This is the first time Her Royal Highness has see the two photographic portraits of herself displayed in the gallery, which were taken as part of a wider spread in @britishvogue's centenary June issue.