Kate Middleton swears by sustainability as she repeats her Jenny Packham gown at Buckingham Palace from her 2016 visit to India


Apart from elegance, the Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton is also making a strong case for sustainability these days. There have been multiple occasions when we have spotted this Royal fashionista repeating her outfits with utmost poise and opulence.

Recently, the Duchess hosted a gala for the completion of 25 years of Place2Be, a charity that deals with improving the mental health of children in the UK. For her appearance at this glorious occasion, Kate made a strong fashion statement by repeating her scintillating Jenny Packham gown that she wore to India four years ago.


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For the do, Kate teamed her intricately embroidered royal blue gown with blingy Gianvito Rossi pumps, dainty ERDEM earrings and a matching intricately detailed clutch from the designer’s collection. She opted for subtle glam and soft curls to round off her look.

Well, as we mentioned, it’s not the first time Kate dazzled in this boat neck gown. The Duchess of Cambridge wore it to Mumbai, India for an event back in the year 2016.

Back then, she accessorized this breathtaking number with a pair of studded drop danglers and a matching embellished shrug. She gave finishing touches to her look with winged eyes, nude lips and a neat pulled back bun.

Now that’s fashion with a cause!