We know the Duchess of Cambridge is a firm believer of recycling outfits, but last night the mum-of-three stepped out in a dress she wore six (yes, six) years ago, proving her effortless style never goes out of fashion.
Not one to waste money, Kate is a proud outfit repeater and is known for re-wearing beautiful pieces of her wardrobe to royal events and weddings.
Stepping out last night in a teal floor-length lace gown by British designer Jenny Peckham for Tusk Conservation Awards at Banqueting House in London, Middleton looked radiant but people couldn’t help but get a sense of deja vu.
Kate recreated her six-year-old look from a gala event in 2012 at the Royal Albert Hall, even wearing the same pair of ‘Vamp’ sandals from Jimmy Choo, but opted to wear her hair down instead sleeked back in a bun.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge became royal patrons of Tusk in 2005, a charity dedicated to the protection of African wildlife, empowering communities and advancing the fight against the illegal wildlife trade.
Kate Middleton may just be the chicest outfit repeater we ever did see.
This article originally appeared on Marie Claire.