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The Duchess of Cambridge wore one of her favourite designers…
Kate Middleton delighted royal fans on Tuesday when she made a surprise appearance at Wimbledon. The Duchess of Cambridge was accompanied by her husband, Prince William, and looked absolutely stunning in a blue polka dot dress.
The bright blue number features stylish puff sleeves, a belted waist and a smart, pleated front. Kate paired the dress with a white handbag and matching white heels, accessorising with pearl earrings.
As for hair and makeup, the Duchess wore her brunette locks in a sleek, straight style and went for a subtle smokey eye and a pink lip. If you’re wondering what lipstick she might have used, don’t forget to check out our guide to Kate Middleton’s favourite beauty products.
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Polka dots are a big trend this season, so we will definitely be recreating this look ASAP. Keep on scrolling for our favourite high street alternatives to the Duchess’s designer dress.
Get the look: Kate Middleton’s Wimbledon dress
Polka Dot V-Neck Midi Tea Dress, £39.50 | M&S There’s a certain vintage-inspired flair to this polka dot tea dress. It’s cut to a regular fit, with a figure-skimming waisted silhouette and a flowy midi-length skirt. A fixed tie at the back adds extra shaping.
Ro&Zo Polka Dot High Neck Maxi Dress, was £79 now £59 | John Lewis Designed in a flattering A-line shape, this maxi dress by Ro&Zo has a charming polka dot print, a high neckline and a sleeveless design.
Uneven Spot Print Midi Dress, was £169 now £115 | Whistles Make an impact at any event in this striking blue, spotted midi dress. Designed with short, floaty sleeves and a high neckline, the silhouette is fitted through the bodice and relaxed through the skirt, creating a flattering fit.
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