Duchess of Cambridge – More ways to get the look!

I am a huge fan of the Duchess of Cambridge, and when browsing on websites I often find myself saying “doesn’t that look like the dress Kate wore for…” Kate’s  style influence seems to be everywhere, from the longer sleeves, more ladylike looks, popularity for the shades of deep red and blue, and an abundance of wrap dresses. Here is a quick look at some of the Kate lookalikes I have found recently, along with a link in case you decide to treat yourself..after all, it is the weekend! Doesn’t that look like Kate’s Issa dress? Remember the purple Issa dress that Kate wore on her tour of Canada…then look at this for a dead ringer. Can you believe this comes from Bon Marche, a high street chain that has recently upped its game with some pretty stylish Autumn additions. The shade is slightly deeper, more Magenta than purple, but still a pretty stylish lookalike.

Bon Marche plain knot front dress Magenta £35 


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Doesn’t that look like Kate’s wedding dress? There have been numerous copies of Kate’s Sarah Burton designed wedding dress, but unless you are planning on getting married yourself there will not be many who would copy that look.But there are a whole host of dresses that have keyed into the key themes of lace and satin bodices, with full skirts. And some have been subverted with black the shade of choice, rather than white or ivory. I really like this Debut dress from Debenhams which definitely has a Kate feel.

Doesn’t that look like the Beulah London Dress?

The Beulah London red evening dress was a welcome sight for Kate watchers, as it signified another evening gown to view. This was a very retro feeling dress, complete with 1970s style wrap effect and billowing sleeves. There are so many versions of this sort of dress on the market at the moment, and monsoon has three of the best in a variety of colours.

Monsoon Keiko maxi dress

Monsoon Sapphire dress £180 

monsoon Jacqueline dress £70 

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